timetable for passing reforms this week that are aimed at opening up Asia's third-largest economy.
The exit polls have spoken - all confirming the Narendra Modi-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) would see another victory in Gujarat. And those are unanimous: The BJP will increase its share of seats in the 182-member state Assembly.
Foreign secretary Ranjan Mathai on Monday said India was spearheading an initiative to develop a currency swap agreement among Saarc countries, which would help them protect their currencies during exigencies.
The RBI has told finance ministry that it would not be able to monitor the end use of funds brought in to set up foreign-funded stores, according to a person privy to the development.
The government will soon announce incentives for exporters to provide them a cushion in the wake of declining exports and global slowdown, a senior official said on Monday.
The government is likely to take a decision on sugar exports in January after assessing the final cane crop and the estimated sugar output.
The government is considering schemes such as gold deposits, gold-linked accounts and pension products to curb demand for the precious metal, blaming its massive imports for the high current account deficit.
The government and regulators are discussing fresh tax benefits for investment in equities in an attempt to wean away individuals from parking funds in gold.
ConocoPhillips is in talks with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation to buy stake in more than one of its ultra-deep-water blocks.
Investments into Indian shares through the participatory note (P-Note) route hit an eight-month high of 1.76 trillion rupees in October.
The government has approved the first tranche of 120 billion rupees fund infusion in state-owned banks, a moved aimed at enhancing their capital base, a senior official said.
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, India's largest information technology services provider, told analysts the company's third quarter would be a usual one, with no sudden negative surprises.
The government on Monday moved the Supreme Court seeking a review of its January judgment that struck down the income tax department's demand for $2.2 billion from Vodafone over the UK company's acquisition