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Naming of new RBI chief shows Modi government regains composure after Rajan shock

Raghuram Rajan`s abrupt announcement of his departure as governor of the Reserve Bank of India came as a nasty surprise to many, especially his fans in the investment community, but the way Urjit Patel was chosen as his successor has been anything but.

RBI chief Raghuram Rajan wins over PM Modi despite broad mistrust

With PM Modi's patronage, it is more likely the government will reappoint RaghuRajan, whose three-year term expires in September, should he wish to stay on, the sources said.

Skill India Mission: Kaushal Bharat Kushal Bharat

India will develop in real terms only when its social indicators point to reduction in poverty and improvements in living standards.

Hamid Ansari's Morocco visit will boost strategic partnership with India: Larbi Reffouh

In an exclusive interview with Reema Sharma of Zee Media Group, Larbi Reffouh, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Morocco in India spoke on relationship between India-­Morocco economic relations, bilateral ties et al.

India Inc shows growth spreading by end of Modi's sophomore year

Though headline growth figures make India one of the world`s fastest growing economies, weak private investment and low capacity utilisation rates have painted a less rosy picture.

Working towards a technology which enables consumer to control electrical appliances at home sitting in office: TPDDL CEO Praveer Sinha

We are below 9 percent now. The losses have been brought down from 53 percent when Tata Power took over in 2002.

With implementation of UDAY scheme, power and coal demand will grow: Coal Secretary Anil Swarup

Anil Swarup, Coal Secretary India, discusses in detail how the ministry managed to achieve an extraordinary turnaround for Coal India when it was facing a serious production crisis of its lifetime. He also believes that power and coal demand will grow soon, subsequent to implementation of UDAY scheme

Modi reforms flicker in rural India, other big challenges remain

For Indian farmer Sompal Singh, the light bulb that flickers outside his mud hut home is a symbol of progress: the first time electricity from the grid has reached his remote village since independence in 1947.

Skeletons in the closet: India bad loans getting messier

India's bad-loans problem looks much worse than lenders have been willing to acknowledge, heaping pressure on banks` profits and further tightening the screws on distressed debt that could be bigger than New Zealand`s USD 170 billion economy.


Ditto TV review: This OTT app will pleasantly surprise you

While the market is full of OTT content providers, it is time you have a look at– Ditto TV, India's first ever linear OTT TV platform.