Inflation in India seen cooling further in Oct, may not budge RBI

Indian inflation is expected to slow to a record-low in October, dragged by sharp drops in food and oil prices.

Govt sets ball rolling for its first full Budget; black money to be key focus

The Union Budget 2015-16 is expected to continue with the thrust on fiscal consolidation by focussing on trimming of subsidies.

AAI, Pawan Hans listing plan takes off, AI grounded for now

In his bid to put forward a reform-oriented agenda, civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju...

Panel to discuss coal block auction price today

The coal ministry has called an inter-ministerial panel meeting...

Vodafone opposes taxman’s plea over demerger scheme

Vodafone Essar Gujarat has opposed income-tax department’s plea that challenged...

Moody’s sees sustained, robust growth in India in next 2 yrs

International ratings agency Moody's today said it expects India...

2G spectrum scam: H R Bharadwaj attacks P Chidambaram for blaming Manmohan Singh

Senior Congress leader H R Bharadwaj today attacked former Finance Minister P Chidambaram...

Despite Narendra Modi vow, nearly third of Cabinet charged with rape, rioting, more

Narendra Modi Cabinet includes twice as many politicians facing criminal charges as Congress one.

India will cross 6 pct GDP growth in 2015-16: Jayant Sinha

Expressing confidence that India will cross 6 per cent GDP growth in 2015-16, Jayant Sinha...

Will new Railways minister Suresh Prabhu deliver where Sadananda Gowda failed? Poll

Suresh Prabhu today took over as new Railway Minister and said rail safety and customer service...

Oil Ministry seeks Rs 8,183 crore in fuel subsidy

Indian Oil, BPCL, HPCL reported a revenue loss of about Rs 24.5K cr in Q2 on selling diesel and cooking fuel below cost.

India may sign WTO’s Trade Facilitation Agreement: Study paper

As part of a revised proposal, India and US are reported to be discussing the details of an indefinite peace clause on food security.

Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ push to depend on Chinese steel

Modi's first 5 months as PM has coincided with a surge in imports of iron ore and steel, denting his drive to make India an export powerhouse.

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Will change Land Acquisition Act, GST talks in last leg: FM Arun Jaitley

Land Acquisition Act was passed during previous UPA regime after BJP, then in Oppn, backed it in Parliament.

What Narendra Modi’s new recruits Manohar Parrikar, Suresh Prabhu, others bring to the table

PM Narendra Modi undertook an expansion of his council of ministers and reshuffled portfolios while bringing in 21 new faces.

LPG subsidy fixed at Rs 568, cooking gas price to change after March

PMO fixed the subsidy for domestic LPG, setting the stage for deregulating the pricing of domestic cooking gas.

‘Gujarat ranks first in implementing social welfare schemes’

Gujarat has stood first in the implementation of social welfare schemes for the year 2013-14.

Tax distortions, poor infra hit Basmati farmers

A heavy burden of taxes and levies, exacerbated by inter-state trade disparities in taxation...

Royalty: Lost in translation

Royalty received by multinational corporations (MNC) from their India subsidiaries...

Team Narendra Modi now less compact

Strength of council of ministers increased to 66 from 45 * Shiv Sena demurs, but keeps options open

Asset allocation key to optimal returns

It is the right asset allocation that helps cushion the risk in a portfolio and maximise risk adjusted returns

Resistance can’t stop relaxed land rules: FM Arun Jaitley

The Narendra Modi government will soon announce steps to reduce the cost of production for businesses...

Indian firms downsize cyber security budget

A PwC study says that information security budgets in Indian companies have declined by 17% even as business loss from security breaches has gone up by 20%

Editorial: E-Com Rise

India must have clear policies on e-commerce, given the likely increase in penetration

Editorial: Keep up the pressure

Banks have done well to sound the alarm in UP

Editorial: The evidence is piling up

Inflation’s back is broken, what is RBI waiting for?

US, EU appreciating India’s stance on food security, says Nirmala Sitharaman

A week ahead of the Brisbane G20 summit, where leaders of the world’s 20 major economies will...

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