As global oil prices continue to surge, the government’s key policy advisor is of the view that states have to take the lead in cutting duties while the Centre needs to first find the fiscal space before it can slash taxes
Under Arvind Panagariya, the Niti Aayog piloted a number of reforms ideas in both economic and social spheres, but the sudden departure of its vice-chairman puts under the spotlight the numerous occasions when the difference
PGCIL has set itself a target of completing work for nearly Rs 1.2 lakh crore worth over the next four years. The projects already in the pipeline include unfinished parts of 11 high-capacity corridors across the country, alo
Government sources said it would be premature to infer that the recommendations of the joint committee would be sufficient to effectively deal with cross border aspects of default cases such as that of the Kingfisher Airlines
Most states, it appears, would not be able to exercise benefits of the extra fiscal borrowing space the Centre is providing, as it is likely going to be a tightrope for them, considering the conditions they need to fulfill.
Arun Jaitley on Thursday said the multi-agency group set up to probe offshore accounts disclosed in The Panama Papers and being reported by The Indian Express as part of an ongoing investigation is analysing each and every ac
DIAL as well as MIAL, late last December, invoked the dispute clause available in the Operations Management and Development Agreement (OMDA) that they signed with the state-owned AAI in 2006 to modernise and operate Delhi and