Over 1,200 exporters untraceable; government saves Rs 350 crore fake IGST refund
The department has reasons to consider that nefarious elements among the customs broker community may be connected with these frauds, involving fictitious entities, existing only in virtual space through identity thefts with fake and morphed documents, according to sources.
State of California hopes to boost trade ties with India
Kounalakis, who is visiting India along with the Bay Area Business Council, said wit...
India has smart approach in Indo-Pacific amid US efforts to contain China: Sergey Lavrov
Pulling up the US over its strategic concept of the ...
President junks plea to disqualify AAP MLA for being member of NDMC
President Ram Nath Kovind has rejected a plea seeking disqualification of Aam Aadmi Party MLA Surender Singh for allegedly holding an office of profit by being a member of the New Delhi Municipal Council.
India to invite Imran khan, other leaders for SCO's annual heads of government meeting
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said all eight member countries, four observers and dialogue partners of the grouping will be invited for the meeting.
Working with India on pact against unilateral US Sanctions: Sergey Lavrov, Russia’s foreign minister
Against the background of the increasingly aggressive use of financial sanctions by the US administration, Russian policy is aimed at gradual de-dollarisation of the economy. Together with our main partners, including India, we are working on developing economic and legal mechanisms to reduce the negative impact of restrictions, asserted Russia’s foreign minister.
Too many obstacles to biz in India, need less suspicion & micromanagement: N Chandrasekaran
Growth requires a transformative vision and a change in culture, the head of the $110-bn conglomerate said.
Avendus Capital: An unlikely success story of homegrown investment bank
For Avendus, the IL&FS default and the ensuing chaos in the country’s financial services sector came at a bad time. Having spent 17 years growing into one of India’s preferred investment bankers, it had decided to become a more broadbased financial services firm in 2017, taking $300 million from KKR, the bulgebracket US-based private equity firm.
Trump's 'woefully' poor knowledge of India, China geography leaves Modi stumped: New book
The 417-page book, 'A Very Stable Genius', written by Philip Rucker and Carol D Leonnig, detailed similar vivid incidents from Trump's tumultuous first three years as President, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday. The businessman-turned-politician won the US presidential election in 2016 and assumed the position on January 20, 2017.
Boria Majumdar, Nalin Mehta narrate tales of India’s Olympic stars in new book
In their upcoming book, Dreams of a Billion: India and the Olympic Games, Boria Majumdar and Nalin Mehta narrate the tales of India’s Olympic stars. Here are the edited excerpts from the book.
With 3 big exits, 2019 was marque year for Pierre Omidyar in India, says MD Roopa Kudva
The fund started by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar, which has been investing in India for 10 years now, claims to have touched the lives of 550 million Indians, having deployed $300 million. It intends to invest $350 million over the next five years.
Have not put or contemplating import curbs on Malaysia, Turkey: Piyush Goyal
"India believes in free play and equal treatment for all," Goyal said at a security conference in New Delhi, adding that the government also was not contemplating any restrictions on the two countries. On Wednesday, Reuters reported that India is planning to cut some imports from Turkey and widen restrictions on Malaysia.
Pakistan's bid to raise Kashmir issue at UNSC fails again; members say it's a bilateral matter
India has slammed Pakistan for again trying to raise the Kashmir issue in the UN Security Council where it failed one more time to find any ...
Easynomics: India needs a vibrant real estate and construction sector
What this basically tells us is that any construction doesn’t just benefit the builder or the company carrying out that construction, but many other companies and tradesmen involved with the construction. In the Indian case any construction leads to creation of jobs for a huge number of manual labour.
Should you worry about your investments in Franklin Templeton debt mutual fund schemes?
Debt schemes of Franklin India Mutual Fund are in the news due to their exposure in the troubled Vodafone-Idea papers.
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