New Delhi:Government is unlikely to further extend the minimum import price (MIP) on certain steel products beyond October 4 as these items could be covered under anti-dumping duty, an official today said.
Country's onion output is estimated to have touched the 21 million tonne mark -- a new record -- in the crop year ended June 2016, the government said Monday.
New Delhi: Sharing with the students his experience in politics of India post-Independence, President Pranab Mukherjee on Monday stressed on social performance for economic growth of the country.
Growth in India`s services industry accelerated to its fastest pace in more than 3-1/2 years in August, driven by a surge in domestic and foreign demand, but companies had a tough time raising prices, a private survey showed on Monday.
Highlighting the important points on why a stable global economic and financial system is imperative for growth, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday professed India`s support for Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) recommendations and called on the G20 nations to commit to the timeline of 2017-2018.
Underlining that fighting corruption and black money is key to effective financial governance, PM Modi asked G20 leaders to act to eliminate safe havens for economic offenders.
Passengers will have to cough up 20 to 30 per cent more than the existing fares of premier Shatabdi Express to travel by the Tejas trains which will have commercial airlines-like services like calling bell buttons to summon coach attendants and LCD screens on ergonomically designed seats.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday raised the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) issue with Chinese President Xi Jinping, conveying to him that New Delhi and Beijing would have to be sensitive to each other`s strategic interests.
Outgoing RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan on Saturday rejected the idea of the government taking a special dividend from the central bank for recapitalisation of public sector lenders, saying 'there is no free lunch'.
Railway Ministry is in advanced stages of finalising a proposal to create a USD 5-billion fund to finance its various infrastructure projects.
What may act as a shot in arm for the economy, Prime Minister's Office (PMO) will soon clear projects worth Rs 20 lakh crore
Oil futures rose on Friday following remarks from Russian President Vladimir Putin, who said he believed Russia and other producing nations should freeze output to stabilize long-suffering oil prices.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said he had thought of bringing out a White Paper on the state of economy after 10 years of UPA rule when NDA rode to power in 2014 but refrained from doing fearing it would hurt the country's interest.
Public transport services were disrupted and banking and insurance operations deranged as more than a million employees across the country struck work against "anti-labour" policies, bringing life to a standstill in parts of some states like Kerala.
A day after the train travel insurance facility was launched, more than 4 lakh passengers have opted for the scheme till this evening making the passenger-friendly initiative a hit.
Construction sector was badly affected between 2011 and 2014 and the government is working to revive it through short-term and long-term measures, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Friday, while citing the recent CCEA decision as a step in this direction.
After reaching a life-time high, country's foreign exchange reserves marginally declined by USD 392.6 million to USD 366.77 billion in the week to August 26 on account of fall in foreign currency assets, RBI said.
The all-India strike by central trade unions affecting trade, transport, key manufacturing facilities and banking services may cause an estimated loss of Rs 16,000-18,000 crore to the country's economy, an industry body said Friday.
Japanese brokerage Nomura on Friday said the country is likely to post first quarterly current account surplus in nine years in the June quarter at USD 4 billion or 0.8 percent of the GDP.