RBI writes to Fin Min seeking changes in Banking Regulation Act
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has written to Finance ministry seeking chang...
Govt wants PSUs to hire more apprentices for service business
The govt is of the view that though most PSUs are hiring apprentices for techni...
ISIS claims London Bridge attack, says PoK-linked terrorist was one of its fighters
The group claimed the responsibility for Usman Khan's kni...
India-Japan annual summit to take place from December 15-17: MEA
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar on December 06 said that the India-Japan Summit will take place from December 15-17....
Govt to bring tax refund scheme for exporters before Cabinet
Commerce and Industry minister Piyush Goyal informed Rajya Sabha that the government would soon bring the tax refund scheme for exporters before the Union Cabinet and would notify it. He further added that the govt is also engaged in codifying various laws relating to labour into a far more crisper, well defined, easy to navigate & understand set of labour codes.
Govt promoting labour-intensive manufacturing in tourism and agro-based industries: Gangwar
The National Manufacturing Policy identifies employment intensive industries like textiles and garments, leather and footwear, gems and jewellery and food processing, etc. as special focus attention sectors.
Finance Ministry wants RBI to take over stressed assets of NBFCs
FinMin and RBI are discussing a new scheme to unburden stressed assets from top 25 NBFCs.
Commerce ministry seeks views of different departments on national logistics policy
The government wants to formulate the policy as the sector's growth is critical to boost exports and economic growth. The draft was floated by the logistics division of the commerce ministry.
India in touch with Pak for ‘unhindered’ consular access: MEA on Kulbhushan Jadhav
Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar on December 06 reacted to Kulbhushan Jadhav case. He said that the Indian Government...
Power ministry has asked states to lower tariffs: R K Singh
Earlier this year, the government has taken steps such as mandatory issuance of letter of credit to generating companies by discoms and single-day payment. Under single-day payment, discoms have to make payments a day in advance to procure power supply, which will be carrying cost.
CMPDIL to help Singareni Collieries set up washeries
CMPDI will prepare tender documents, conduct technical assistance in evaluation of offers, approve design drawings & offer periodic supervision during execution. For the coal handling plants with washery, CMPDI will prepare tender documents, offer technical assistance in evaluation of offers and approve design drawings. The MOU is for a period of 3 years.
Govt has cancelled Nithyananda's passport: MEA
The government has cancelled passport of controversial self-styled godman Nithyananda and rejected his application for fresh one, External Affairs Ministry said on Friday.
No panic on D-Street after 4.5% GDP print; some expect Santa Rally ahead
"I was expecting a GDP growth figure below 4.5 per cent. For me, it’s a slightly better number."
Onion prices shoot up to Rs165/kg; govt says imported onions to arrive by Jan 20
Onion prices have been ruling high for past few weeks due to fall in production of the Kharif crop following unseasonal rainfall in key growing states, including Maharashtra. The price of onion was ruling at around Rs 120/kg in Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, while it was around Rs 100/kg in Delhi on Friday, as per the latest data.
JSPL hopeful of getting Gare Palma coal block: VR Sharma
In the October to December quarter (Q3), we will be surpassing all our records.
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