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Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Saturday (29 August) invited other countries to make India their base for manufacturing as the government would be investing $120 billion over the next five year
In a major top-level bureaucratic shakeup, Shaktikanta Das has been named new Economic Affairs Secretary and would be replaced by Gujarat cadre IAS officer Hasmukh Adhia in the Department of Reve
Country's foreign exchange reserves rose by $920.6 million to $355.353 billion in the week to August 21, on account of higher foreign currency assets.   
The current Chinese crisis offers a renewed opportunity for development and economic growth to India which stands out as a viable investment destination, the CEO of a group that aims to boost Ind
Given the current scenario, can the Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government convince investors to come to India as the going is uncertain and choppy in most global economi
Special Parliament Session On GST Will Not Be Productive: Congress
The government feels that the Congress is isolated on the GST, but its support is crucial for passing the constitution amendment bill by a two-thirds majority in the Rajya Sabha, report 
More details are likely to emerge in the Sheena Bora murder mystery on Friday, with her brother Mikhail flying from Guwahati to Mumbai where he may be quizzed by police.  
India has successfully launched its latest communication satellite GSAT-6, having an indigenous cryogenic engine, onboard the GSLV-D6 rocket from the spaceport in Sriharikota.  
Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Thursday (27 August) said the central bank will continue its focus on taming inflation, speeding up resolution of distressed projects and ensuring enough c
Monsoon deficiency in the country aggravated further and reached to 12 per cent, with parts like Marathwada region in Maharashtra witnessing 50 per cent less rainfall.  
Fliers may have to shell out more with the government mulling to impose a two per cent cess on air tickets as part of the new civil aviation policy, which is in the advanced stage of finalisation
Expressing concern over problems being faced by domestic steelmakers due to large-scale dumping from abroad, Steel Minister Narendra Singh Tomar on Thursday (27 August) said the government is loo
The Centre on Thursday (27 August) announced the names of 98 cities selected for the Modi government's flagship Smart Cities project but Mumbai, Bengaluru and Patna don't figure in the list.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) remains focused on bringing down consumer inflation to its target of 4 per cent by March 2018, supporting an economy growing below potential, and ensuring banks pa
Seeing an opportunity in the recent turmoil in global equity and currency markets, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday (27 August) said India, with 8-9 per cent growth rate, can replace Chi
Online payment gateway PayUMoney tied up with Lendingkart, to present ‘Lendingkart Grow’ to help SMEs grow faster by giving them access to capital easily and quickly.
Special Session For GST, Other Bills Likely After First Week Of Sept
The Narendra Modi government may hold a short session of Parliament after the first week of September to get passed the GST bill and other legislations on which there is a consensus.
The twists and turns over the murder of Sheena Bora, in which media baron Peter Mukerjea's wife Indrani is an accused, seem straight out of a Bollywood potboiler.
The Army has been deployed to help control widespread violence sparked by quota agitation by the Patel community in Gujarat which has claimed many lives even as curfew was clamped in several area
The Seychelles President asks India Inc to invest in the island nation, reports Arshad Khan  
Attributing the ongoing market carnage to global cues, ICICI Bank chief Chanda Kochhar on Wednesday (26 August) said the country has many positives like high forex reserves, and low current accou
In its fight against black money, India on Wednesday (26 August) signed an information exchange agreement with Seychelles on tax matters, along with pacts to deepen ties in security and defence a
Education company, MBD Group, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) under Project UDAAN to train and provide jobs to 5000 students.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday (26 August) appealed for calm in Gujarat after violence on the reservation issue and said that all issues can be resolved peacefully through discussions.
  The Rupee Fall: Can We Cash In?
Finance minister Arun Jaitely feels the current roil in the global markets following the hiccup in the Chinese economy presents an opportunity for India as the world was being shouldered by a pow
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has said it will be "a long time" before India can replace China as a growth engine for the global economy, even if it grows at a faster rate.  
Members of the Patel community resorted to arson, stone-pelting and vandalism after the brief detention of their 22-year-old leader Hardik Patel, following which curfew was imposed on in three to
Disequilibrium | India Needs New Construct To Step Ahead
Indian government should go back to asset sales, tell the world it means business, says Sandeep Bamzai
Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday (25 August) said it could upgrade India's rating if the government's reform agenda is implemented and key macroeconomic indicators like inflation remain under

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