AC, footwears, refrigerators: Check full list of 19 items that may get costlier after customs duty hike
The government on Wednesday announced import curbs by hiking customs duty on 19 items after it felt that there was a need to take immediate steps to rein in the current account deficit. Here's full list of 19 items that may get costlier.From washing machines to air travel, 19 items set to get costlier; customs duty hiked to curb imports
The apex court on Wednesday declared the Aadhaar scheme constitutionally valid, striking down some of its provisions, including its linking with bank accounts, mobile phones and school admissions.
Amid growing chorus to bring down fuel prices, the BJP-led Maharashtra government Wednesday said the state would lose revenue to the tune of Rs 2,200 crore per year if it slashes the prices of petrol and diesel by Rs one per litre.
Tata Steel's next 2 plans: Set up manufacturing unit in Odisha, may invest Rs 300-400 crore in Usha Martin
India to break into top 50 on yet another global list: The benefits of Cabinet OK for new telecom policy
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) approved the food ministry's proposal that seeks to address the surplus domestic stock of sugar and help mills in clearing huge cane arrears of around Rs 13,000 crore.
Aadhaar verdict: Supreme Court judgement progressive; scheme helps government save Rs 90,000 cr annually: Amitabh Kant
Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant Wedneday termed the Supreme Court judgment on Aadhaar as 'progressive', saying this biometric ID system has improved efficiency besides helping the exchequer save Rs 90,000 crore annually.
Loans up to Rs 1 crore to MSMEs in just 59 minutes: FM Jaitley launches credit portal; check key features here
In a bid to boost credit availability to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has launched a web portal through which one can avail loans up to Rs 1 crore in just 59 minutes.
Aadhaar verdict: UIDAI says biometric identity system neither creates surveillance state nor violates privacy
Welcoming the "historic, landmark" Supreme Court judgment, Aadhaar-issuing authority UIDAI Wednesday said the Apex Court has upheld the validity of the biometric identity system that neither creates a surveillance state nor violate privacy.
Debt vs equity: Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan reveals his pick ahead of stock market thriller flick ‘Baazaar’
Ford Freestyle prices have been increased across the range with the base variant now more expensive by Rs 14,000. However, two variants are unaffected.
Amazon India has already made the dedicated page live for the OnePlus 6T
Building collapse in Delhi today: Owner didn't listen to complaints about structure's poor condition, say victims' kin
Ashi and Shaurya would have still been alive, had they stayed back at their maternal grandmother's place, said their grieving father, Umesh, as he waited for updates about the condition of his other family members, injured in a building collapse in northwest Delhi's Ashok Vihar on Wednesday.
Breaking a bone can cause bone density losses throughout the body, not just close to the site of the fracture and primarily around the time of the fracture, results from two studies have showed.
Ayushman Bharat: Who will get Rs 5 lakh health cover under PM Jan Arogya Yojana and what will be covered
It is believed to be the world's biggest health insurance scheme which would benefit over 50 crore Indians. So far, 29 out of 36 states and union territories have agreed to join the scheme.
UPSC Recruitment 2018: Notification released for Indian Engineering Services Examination at upsc.gov.in; check IES exam date, syllabus, other details
UPSC Recruitment 2018: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the official notification for Indian Engineering Services (IES) Pre (Preliminary) Examination 2019 at upsc.gov.in.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft have revealed giant dust storms in the equatorial regions of Saturn's moon Titan, making it the third space body after Earth and Mars where dust storms have been observed.
Sui Dhaaga celebrates the spirit of Indian entrepreneurship. It also takes forward PM Narendra Modi's Make in India campaign launched in 2014 which is aimed at promoting the country's indigenous textile industries.
Punjab National Bank and Indian Bank will offload their entire stakes in information services and data analytics firm Experian, according to a bid document released Wednesday.
Replacing magstripe debit card? You can live even without the chip-based one, and not impact anything!
Once the money is wiped out of your bank, it will be your duty to prove that you are not at fault to claim back the money, while in case of a fraud involving a credit card, it will be the issuer's headache to prove that you are at fault to get the payment.
Culinary tourism is a big deal but unfortunately still not taken as seriously as it should: Chef Michael Swamy
Petrol prices today remain unchanged in Mumbai after touching record highs; check fuel rates in other metros
Petrol price today: The oil marketing companies (OMCs) kept petrol price unchanged today after continuously hiking them for last many days.
After US, India to suffer highest economic damage from climate change; CO2 emissions cost nation $210 bn every year: Study
Carbon dioxide emissions are costing the Indian economy up to USD 210 billion every year, according to a global study which found that the country is likely to suffer highest economic damage from climate change after the US.
She was at the peak of her career when she decided to step into motherhood, but tennis star Sania Mirza, who is due to deliver next month, always believed in moving forward in her life.