The benefit of the scheme would be provided to all small and marginal landholder farmer families who collectively own cultivable land of up to 2 hectares as per land records of concerned state/UTs, subject to exclusions, the
During the April-January period of the last two fiscals, the growth was more subdued at 17 percent and 20 percent, respectively. At the end of FY14, only 3.8 crore e-returns had been filed. The government has often credited d
Suzlon, as part of the wind power industry, has been facing the consequences of the slump caused by the implementation of reverse bidding in place of feed-in tariff regime, which led to drop in tariffs for wind projects, canc
The march has been organised once again since the government has not fulfilled its promise given to to farmers a year ago, Navale stated. According to him, thousands of farmers from 23 districts will reach Mumbai on February
Unlike traditional lenders who tend to focus on crop loans or agricultural input loans, Samunnati has built the expertise needed to assess smallholder farmer needs and design appropriate financial products that are not collat
Venkatram Mamillapalle, who till recently was the head of Renault-Nissan-Avtovaz Purchasing Organisation in Russia, comes with extensive automotive experience and has worked with various Indian and international OEMs. He will
He added that by building models with digital innovation in the last mile, there could be creation of 30 million jobs on a conservative basis and it can provide access to at least 200 million more people.
If inflation is controlled at 4% levels, there is a scope of one rate cut in the next financial year, says Dwijendra Srivastava, chief investment officer -fixed income, at Sundaram Mutual. In an interview to FE, he says inves
At least Rs 14,000 crore is assured from the proposed Power Finance Corporation’s purchase of the Centre’s 52.63% stake in Rural Electrification Corporation for which the Cabinet has already accorded in-principle nod.
Sugar production has increased by 8 percent as on January 31, 2019, to 185.19 lakh tonne during the current sugar season (SS), against 171.23 tonne in the year-ago period. However, considering the trend of yields, recoveries
CARE Rating, in an a separate note, observed that along with the rise of AUM and growth of NBFC over the past few years, the overall exposure of MFs in NBFCs has almost tripled from Rs 70,000 crore in March 2014 to Rs 2.2 lak