The huge debt of around Rs 1,12,500 crore of Vodafone Idea will leave little for capex and market-capturing strategies, even though the management is infusing some Rs 25,000 crore of equity. Analysts at JPMorgan wrote on Thur
Indian Railways (IR) is set to ask the finance ministry for an additional `18,000 crore of gross budgetary support (GBS) for the current financial year (Budget outlay is `53,060 crore) to accelerate its existing infrastructur
While the transporter prepared a plan and the Union budget of 2017 sanctioned around Rs 17,000 crore for two corridors of the quadrilateral — Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah — the actual work will only start after the dedic
As per the conditions, an entity in which the government stake is above 90% is liable to pay 12% GST for work contracts executed on behalf of the Central government, state government or any local authority.
Even as Haryana and Uttar Pradesh have recently reduced value-added taxes (VAT) on petrol and diesel, the Delhi government hasn’t; the city state’s stubborn refusal to take a cue from the Centre (which cut excise by Rs 1.
India is exploring a tried-and-tested option of opening a window for oil marketing companies (OMCs) to buy US dollars directly from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in order to arrest the rupee’s slide.
Indian Railways is all set to float a global tender of 7.5 lakh tonne (likely worth around Rs 4,000 crore). It is faced with a dilemma to whether reduce its targets for commissioning of new lines so as to meet the planned tr
The Niti Aayog has denied ‘permission’ to state-run Oil India (OIL) to venture into the country’s reinvigorated city gas distribution (CGD) business, arguing that exploration companies must focus on their core activitie
Concerned over the continuous fall in crude oil production by ONGC, the government has asked the state-run explorer for detailed, time-bound work plans regarding as many as 86 PML areas awarded to it, where production is yet
In the first round of the OALP, a critical part of the Hydrocarbon Exploration Licensing Policy (HELP), launched in March 2016, explorers had shown interest in 55 blocks. However, according to sources, only 12 EoIs have been
Financially-overburdened Indian Railways (IR) is set to face hefty bills from the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCCIL) starting 2020-21 as the transporter has to pay the latter track access charges (TACs).
While the railways has sweetened the package for private developers seeking to grab its station redevelopment projects, the plan has run into a hurdle as the MoHUA has asked a Cabinet note in this regard.
In a bid to improve the quality of services offered by vendors for containerized movement of cargo at the first and last mile, state-run Container Corporation of India (Concor) has roped in Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to