Foreigners dump bonds fearing widening Budget deficit
The sell-off may be a sign of the start of prolonged pain for the nation’s bond markets.
Malaysia to buy more Indian sugar to resolve palm oil spat: Sources
MSM Malaysia Holdings Berhad will buy 130,000 tonnes of raw sugar from In...
Delhi poll: AAP drops Jitender Singh Tomar, gives ticket to his wife
Aam Aadmi Party drops Jitender Singh Tomar over fake degree row & his wi...
Iran's foreign minister cancels attendance at Davos summit
The summit in the Swiss resort also comes after Iran earlier this month shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane, killing all 176 people on board.Tensions also remain high between Iran and the U.S.
Indian law to protect foreign investors to exclude tax demands: Documents
The draft text of the new law dated Nov. 15 does not cover demands related to enforcement of tax obligations.
$1.4 billion of Palm Oil is in the crossfire as Mahathir angers India
Tensions between the two countries began when Mahathir told the UN that India “invaded” Kashmir.
China won't follow others towards more protectionism: Vice-Premier Zheng
Blaming the economy's problems on globalisation neither reflects the facts nor provides a solution, he said, while asserting that China intends to continue to work closely with multilateral institutions.
ED arrests Robert Vadra's close aide in foreign assets case
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has arrested NRI businessman C.C. Thampi in relation to the infamous money-laundering case. The agency said that Thampi's arrest comes in the wake of the investigation involving Vadra, who is being probed in a money laundering case involving foreign assets worth 1.9 million pounds in the UK.
Bharti Airtel gains 2% on receiving DoT nod for hiking FDI limit
It has received approval for increasing FDI limit in the company to 100% from 49%.
FPIs, PE funds get notices from AAR
Many PE funds and FPIs that had invested in India through Mauritius and Singapore had got a grandfathering benefit whereby they were allowed to pay lower taxes if they had invested before the bilateral tax treaties were amended.
India’s Article 370 decision an internal affair: Maldives foreign minister
“We believe that it was purely an internal matter...which was conducted within the purview of the Indian Constitution. No outside power should have any role in this process,” said Maldives foreign minister Abdullah Shahid. Maldives was the first country to support India’s decision on Article 370.
BlackRock to exit Coal India by mid 2020
BlackRock, the world’s largest money manager with $7 trillion under management, will cut its equity in Coal India Ltd to zero by the middle of the year, becoming the latest in the list of 100 major banks and insurers exiting the thermal coal sector.
Government approves up to 100 per cent FDI in Bharti Airtel
The approval comes few days before the company has to clear statutory liabilities of up to nearly Rs 35,586 cr.
Bank fraud: ED attaches over Rs 107 crore assets of Kolkata firm
Assets worth over Rs 107 crore of a Kolkata-based firm have been attached in connection with a money laundering probe linked to an alleged bank fraud case, the ED said on Tuesday.
India is becoming a popular destination for foreigners to chase their startup dreams
A host of foreign nationals are relocating to India to fulfil their startup ambitions despite stumbling blocks.
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