Food or drug? Government to take a call soon
Regulatory framework may be tweaked; move aims to determine the category of a product. Given the confusing proliferation of products, the government is looking to arrive at an answer by changing the regulatory framework. Most companies prefer to position their products as health supplements under the FSSA to avoid the more onerous D&C Act regime.
IBM brings weather forecasting model for governments, industries, farmers
IBM has launched a global high-resolution atmospheric forecasting s...
Nationwide economic census to be completed by March 2020: CSC e-Governance Service India CEO
"In Delhi, the entire process will take around three months where enumerators will survey around 45 lakh establishments and households," Central Statistics Office Director General (Social Statistics) A K Sadhu said after flagging off the survey for Delhi.
Sena's support to CAB in LS won't affect Maharashtra government: NCP
NCP said that the Shiv Sena's decision to stage a walkout from the Rajya Sabha after supporting the bill in the Lok Sabha indicated its "change of heart". The Shiv Sena supported the contentious bill in the Lok Sabha on Monday, but staged a walk out when it was discussed in the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.
Deutsche Bank considers cutting bonus pool by as much as 20%
Germany’s largest lender may reduce discretionary compensation by as much as 20%, outpacing a 5% decline in the bank’s workforce this year, according to people with knowledge of the matter. Sewing and the board still haven’t made a final decision since the fourth quarter isn’t yet over, the people said.
Rupee pares gains to close flat at 70.83 on oil surge
The rupee opened strong at 70.54 and surged further by 33 paise to touch the day's high of 70.50 to the US dollar.
Government plans Ordinance to ensure power pacts are honoured
The planned ordinance would also deal with crucial issues of independence of electricity regulators and quick finalisation of tariffs based on costs – measures that were originally planned as amendments to the Electricity Act of 2003. States have been opposing these amendments for the past 3-4 years.
How various departments of the government responded to various queries on the Citizenship Amendment Bill
Here's what the Law ministry said on the exclusion of the term 'religious persecution' from the text of the Citizenship Amendment Bill. Who stands to benefit from the bill and the government sees the bill.
Sabarimala: Supreme Court declines to pass any order for safe entry of women
Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde said the "balance of convenience" required that no orders are passed in the matter today as the issue had already been referred to a seven-judge bench.
Modi government will try to solve concerns over Citizenship Bill, Shah assures Tripura delegations
"Met with delegations of IPFT and Joint Movement Against CAB from Tripura and discussed their concerns over CAB. Modi government will try to solve their issues in a positive way," Shah tweeted. The home minister also thanked the delegation "for their appeal to maintain peace and call off the strike".
U.S. sets terms for China trade deal, sources say, but Beijing mum
Beijing's silence fuelled questions over whether the two sides can come to a truce in their bitter trade war before a new round of tit-for-tat tariffs takes effect on Sunday. Washington has set its terms for a trade deal with China.
Tata Power ranks among top 10 companies with highest corporate governance score
Tata Power has been ranked among top 10 companies in this year's Indian Corporate Governance Scorecard Tata Power ranks among top 10 compani...
Government may impose anti-dumping duty on a chemical from five countries
The ministry's investigation arm DGTR has initiated the probe into an alleged dumping of “Mono Ethylene Glycol” originating in or exported from Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE and Singapore, following a complaint from a domestic company.
Administrative, financial approval given for 12 new nuclear reactors for power generation: Government
During the Question Hour in the Rajya Sabha, Union minister for Atomic Energy Jitendra Singh said there are presently nine reactors under construction and pre-project activities are in progress at the 12 reactors accorded sanction.
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