Economy

US launches another probe into investment, trade policies of India

US International Trade Commission has started an investigation into India's trade and investment policies.

US launches another probe into investment, trade policies of India

Govt to scrap development council for sugar industry

DCSI’s role was eroded after the government delicenced the sugar industry in 1998.

Govt to scrap development council for sugar industry

I-T dept moves SC on PE definition

Contract manufacturers not classified as PEs are liable to pay income tax at 30%...

I-T dept moves SC on PE definition

IOC Paradip refinery cost revised by 16%

The PSU refinery will now be ready in FY16 with a revised cost of Rs 34,500 crore

IOC Paradip refinery cost revised by 16%

Cheaper diesel, higher truck sales fail to lower freight rates

Despite diesel prices falling by almost Rs 6 per litre in last 30 days, truck rentals are yet to fall.

Cheaper diesel, higher truck sales fail to lower freight rates

Editorial: Stop that auction, please

Alternately, defence must free up valuable spectrum

Editorial: Stop that auction, please

Editorial: Power crisis worsens

CARE report points to how precarious things are

Editorial: Power crisis worsens

Column: The black money catch

The secrecy clause built in the treaties is for good reason and the government honouring this is necessary

Column: The black money catch

Ownership policy for PSEs

Public sector reforms should bring clarity on state ownership and board policy

Ownership policy for PSEs

All eyes on guidelines

The coal ministry is likely to finalise the new auction norms by the end of this month.

All eyes on guidelines

Plans to replace IAF’s ageing Avro fleet in a limbo

As per the plan, India would take delivery of the first 16 planes from the original manufacturer.

Plans to replace IAF’s ageing Avro fleet in a limbo

$1 trillion in household saving in 5 yrs if growth revives: HSBC

According to the global brokerage firm, the national savings rate is about 30 per cent of GDP.

Economy News

Air pollution in India cuts wheat yields by half: Study

The significant decreases in yield could be attributed to two air pollutants - black carbon and ground level ozone.

Economy News

Corporates to pump in Rs 14,000 cr towards CSR in 2014-15: FM Arun Jaitley

Arun Jaitley said companies are expected to pump in Rs 14,000 crore for CSR activities in 2014-15.

Economy News

Compare NDA and UPA stance on black money: Radha Mohan Singh

Union minister Radha Mohan Singh today mentioned comparative efforts of Narendra Modi...

Black money News

NCAER lowers India’s GDP growth forecast for this year to 5 pct

The National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) has lowered India's GDP growth...

gdp growth News

India a hit with high-earning expats

Expats in India save more on everyday expenses and have substantial disposable income compared to their home countries.

Economy News

Hasmukh Adhia appointed new Financial Services Secretary

With appointment of Hasmukh Adhia, the Modi government's Budget 2015-16 team is more or less complete.

Economy News

Expand BRICS into BRICKS: Kaushik Basu pitches for Kenya’s inclusion

The five-member block of emerging economies, BRICS, should consider drawing Kenya into its fold to become 'BRICKS'...

Economy News

Proof of life certificate: Govt plans digital verification to ease pensioners’ woes

Millions of retired people could soon be spared the trouble of travelling to banks to prove they are alive...

pension News

Hands off policy issues: UP to banks on cane pricing

SBI and PNB have an exposure of Rs 5,000-6,000 crore to sugar mills in the state.

Economy News

UP, TN discoms worst in India: CARE study

CARE rates the power distribution company (discom) in Uttar Pradesh the worst in the country.

Economy News

Power firms should work for amicable solution: Aptel

The tribunal said that it was hearing the appeal on a day-to-day basis as per the SC’s direction.

Power firms should work for amicable solution: Aptel

Jaiprakash Power seeks tariff revision for more than approved capacity

CEA had decided to send a show-cause notice to JPVL for violating techno-economic clearance conditions.

Jaiprakash Power seeks tariff revision for more than approved capacity

Column: Making power projects unviable

Instead of addressing fuel shortage & price volatility, the new bidding norms are on the lines of PPP for highways

Column: Making power projects unviable

Editorial: The pricing solution

Subsidised energy contributes to global warming

Editorial: The pricing solution

Editorial: High-voltage stakes

Tata/Adani case continues to drag on

Editorial: High-voltage stakes
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