AFTER EFFECTS OF MSP
Before excise duty cut, sell SUUTI holdings to create fiscal space: Rajiv Kumar
If we nurture the micros, the macros will take care of themselves, says the NITI Aayog Vice Chairman.
Santosh Gangwar says textile sector's demands reasonable
Gangwar assured the captains of the textile industry of looking into their demands a...
Budget 2018: FM Arun Jaitley prescribes Modicare for Bharat
Budget spending will focus on three areas: employment, agriculture and health. In...
What farmers have to say about Modi government's income support scheme
ET Magazine travels to 8 states to meet farmers braving the ongoing agrarian distress and hears them out.
Demonetisation to affect rabi crop sowing: Abhijit Sen, JNU
"This is something farmers are facing in the middle of the peak season, between one harvest and the sowing of the next crop and will have to resort to jugaad to go throw the season."
Narendra Modi government making "hollow" and "false" promises: Rahul Gandhi
"We don't make big promises; rather we will perform and show. When Modiji's government came, farmers were promised full help, but across the country farmers are committing suicide," Gandhi said.
PCJ, Axis Bank and TCS among stocks that made headlines this week on D-Street
Here's a lowdown on top stocks and sectors that buzzed the whole week.
Financial services is the best way to play India structural story: Deepak Ramachandra, BofAML
"Being cautious and defensive is advisable for investors this year. No change in structural drivers."
Centre's policies favour traders at the cost of farmers, says Krishna Byre Gowda
The way I see it, these moves by the Centre suggest that it is targeting to benefit traders, middlemen and consumers by squeezing the farmer.
Like GST, we need a similar effort for agriculture: Siraj Hussain
Mythili Bhusnurmath and Siraj Hussain, former agriculture secretary discuss macro developments in farm sector
Centre says it has rained relief on farmers
The Centre believes facts weigh heavily in its favour, given the many measures it took to provide relief to villagers, distressed by unseasonal rain.
Cement demand to grow by 4-6 per cent next fiscal: Ind-Ra
Cement demand grew by 5.6 per cent in the last fiscal, according to India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra). The estimate by the agency for the current fiscal has been revised down from the earlier projection of 6.5-8 per cent.
Budget realities will unravel more as we do the maths carefully: Chidambaram
"The government did not address farm distress, and the farmer is deep in debt," Chidambaram.
Chase value, not price, in an expensive market like this: Raamdeo Agrawal
"The only way one can make money from the current valuations is by buying quality and growth”
Madhya Pradesh to pilot its own crop insurance scheme from 2015 rabi season
Madhya Pradesh government has organised a two-day national conference on crop insurance to deliberate about overcoming the lacunae in the existing insurance schemes.
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