New Delhi: Amid rising instances of investors getting duped by fraudulent investment schemes, the corporate affairs ministry has said that the RBI has started verifying the credentials of about 34,000 companies whose particulars were shared by it with the central bank.
‘Bali outcome won’t impact food security’
New Delhi: The outcome of the WTO meeting held recently at Bali will not impact the country’s food security programme, commerce and industry minister Anand Sharma informed Parliament on Tuesday.
US budget deal clears key Senate hurdle
Washington: The US Senate advanced a bipartisan budget deal on Tuesday, virtually assuring passage of a bill that sets spending caps for two years and reduces prospects of a US government shutdown in 2014.
India imports 5.82 MT oil from Iran
New Delhi: India imported 5.82 million tonnes of crude oil from Iran in the first eight months of this fiscal, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday.
Sahara moves SAT against Sebi
New Delhi: Sahara group on Tuesday approached the Securities Appellate Tribunal with an appeal against Sebi, challenging penalty proceedings initiated by the regulator against Sahara India Real Estate Corporation Ltd.
NSEL’s 18th default: pays only R11.5 crore
New Delhi: Crisis-ridden bourse NSEL on Tuesday paid about Rs 11.50 crore against the scheduled payment amount of Rs 174.72 crore, defaulting for the 18th straight time.
Slim chance of growth rise in 2014: Moody’s
New Delhi: Global rating agency Moody’s on Tuesday said India’s economic growth remains weak and there is little chance of recovery next year. PTI