India emerges a laggard

What began as a reaction to a higher consensus weighting on Indian equities and weak momentum in corporate earnings ...

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Net neutrality: Nasscom warns of severe economic impact

IT trade body Nasscom has warned of a severe economic impact if any discriminatory policies are implemented against...

Net neutrality: Nasscom warns of severe economic impact

GST bill likely in Lok Sabha tomorrow

With most states on board, the government proposes to take up for consideration and passage a Constitution Amendment bill...

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Govt considering clarificatory amendments to MAT rules: Jayant Sinha

The government is considering clarificatory amendments to the rules relating to Minimum Alternate Tax (MAT) for the benefit of foreign investors...

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Farmers’ problems old, need to find solutions collectively: PM Narendra Modi

Narendra Modi today said the agriculture community's problems are "old, deep-rooted and widespread" which need to be addressed collectively...

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Aam Aadmi Party led Delhi govt to introduce modern pollution-free buses

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) led Delhi government will soon introduce modern, comfortable and pollution-free buses for commuters in the city.

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Moody’s: Most Asia Pac region, India, resilient to shocks

Rating agency Moody's today said emerging economies in Asia Pacific region, including India, have a high degree of immunity to external shocks...

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Below-normal monsoon to dampen hopes of faster economic revival

The prediction on Wednesday of sub-normal monsoon by the Indian Meteorological Department this year came on the back of unseasonal rains...

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Relief for FIIs, Indian govt allays fears on tax claims topping $6.4 bn

The development is significant given the uproar among foreign investors following around 90 tax notices slapped on FIIs by the revenue department.

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Monsoon likely to be below normal: Indian Meteorological Department

In what could come as a dampener for an already sluggish economy and a struggling corporate sector...

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Disinvestment dept red flags Rs 69,500 cr target for the year

The new financial year has just begun but sections of the government, including the nodal disinvestment department...

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ONGC reiterates Reliance draining gas from its block in KG basin

Stating that Reliance Industries (RIL) has no locus standi to raise dispute on the ONGC’s performance...


Supreme Court asks DMRC to show bidding documents for Rs 665 cr tender

The Supreme Court on Wednesday told Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) to produce bidding documents for the Rs 665-crore tender...

Supreme Court asks DMRC to show bidding documents for Rs 665 cr tender

FPIs eligible for treaty benefits

Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) from countries such as Mauritius and Singapore...

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Parliament to take up GST Bill soon, but states seek more sops

With finance minister Arun Jaitley stating on Wednesday that the Constitution Amendment Bill on Goods and Services Tax...

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Telecom Commission sends back spectrum sharing norms to TRAI

The Telecom Commision on Wednesday decided to send back the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India’s (Trai) proposals....

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Regional carriers likely to get nod to fly additional metro route

The government is likely to allow regional airlines to operate flight services to one additional trunk route...

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At Arvind Kejriwal led AAP’s rally, a farmer commits suicide

A farmer today committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree in Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's presence at the Aam Aadmi Party's rally here against the land bill.

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Greenpeace: India lags behind on scale conducting air pollution quality checks

India lags far behind on the scale on which air quality checks are conducted, according to an analysis by Greenpeace.

Greenpeace: India lags behind on scale conducting air pollution quality checks

Below normal monsoon likely this year too, says Earth Sciences Minister Harsh Vardhan

India is likely to witness a "below normal" monsoon this season, for a second consecutive year, the Indian Meteorological Department...

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Broad consensus on GST among states: Arun Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said a Constitution Amendment Bill for introduction of Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be passed in the current session of Parliament as there is a broad consensu

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Indian Railways launches ticket booking app for Android, Windows phones; here’s how to buy General category tickets

The App will be available for cellphones running on the Android operating systems. An App for Blackberry will be available later.

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RBI staff fears losing control, shoots off letter over Budget proposals in Finance Bill

Fearing curtailment of RBI's authority, a group of its officers and employees have written to MPs and chief ministers of various states regarding Budget proposals in the Finance Bill.

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Aam Aadmi Party stages rally against land bill, threatens of major stir

Aam Aadmi Part (AAP) today threatened to widen its stir against the Centre if it goes ahead with the contentious land bill...

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Tax exemption for donations to Greenpeace to be withdrawn?

A move is afoot to withdraw tax exemption for donations to Greenpeace even as nearly 180 organisations and activists rallied behind the NGO...

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Govt clears projects but where are the orders?

Over the last one year, Narendra Modi-led NDA government is reported to have cleared stuck infrastructure projects worth Rs 6 lakh crore across 10 sectors.

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Raw sugar exports unviable

While the government had approved subsidies for the export of 1.4 million tonne of raw sugar in the current marketing year till September...

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