Brace up for petrol prices climbing over Rs 100 a litre with global oil prices on the run and the government reluctant to tinker the high levels of duty on petroleum products to save its revenue st
The government has shelved the plan to privatise several old and ageing fields of ONGC and OIL.
In a radical change that would alter the entire process of selection of civil servants, the government has proposed making the service and the cadre of probationer officers only after they complete
Faced with the prospect of US-led sanctions on Iran disrupting crude supplies to India again, the government proposes to resume rupee/ rial deal in the oil trade between the two countries bypass
The government may finally come to the rescue of the common man hit hard by rising fuel prices.
The resolution process for Binani Cement may land up in the Supreme Court again with Dalmia Bharat keeping its options open to seek legal remedy once more if it remained unsatisfied with appellate
The days of lower oil import bill seems to be over for India with the numbers all set to breach the $100 billion mark in FY 19 after a gap of nearly three years.
Caught between election compulsions and a surge in global crude oil prices, administered price regime seems to have made a hurried come back in the petroleum sector with state-owned oil companies b
Seeking to mobilise funds for development, the Modi government is said to be pressuring PSUs to pay between 30 and 100 per cent of the profit after tax (PAT) as dividend, with a warning that there
The government has asked the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to double reserves in its currency chest as a back-up measure to prevent build up of post-demonetisation type currency crisis ahead of