Subhash Narayan
New Delhi
My Stories
Central bank asked to double currency reserves to Rs 4L cr

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

BYD of China plans to strengthen foothold in India e-vehicle space

Chinese storage and electric vehicle maker BYD plans to strengthen its foothold in India by setting up a joint venture company with Goldstone Infratech to manufacture and service battery-powered bu

ArcelorMittal, Nu Metal may fail eligibility test for Essar

The resolution process for Essar Steel may undergo another round of bidding with sources indicating that both ArcelorMittal and Nu Metal could fail the eligibility test again after reconsideration

NHPC can revive abandoned projects

The presence of a large number of river systems places India among the few countries that have the potential to develop large hydropower projects.

Government tweaks production sharing contracts mid-way, oil & gas reform hit

In a severe jolt to ambitious plans of reducing crude oil imports by 10 per cent by 2022 by enhancing indigenous production of petroleum products, the government has decided to change the terms of

Govt’s tacit diktat: Petrol price shouldn’t breach Rs 75 in Delhi

The government has told public sector oil marketing companies (OMCs) that retail price of petrol should not increase beyond Rs 75 a litre in Delhi, The veiled entry of administered price mechanism

Operational creditors to Binani Cement move SC

The Binani Cement insolvency case has taken a new twist with operational creditors of the debt-ridden firm filing a writ petition in the Supreme Court seeking declaration of the Insolvency and Bank

Cooking gas may cost more as monthly hike could come back

After paying more for petrol and diesel, brace up to shell out more for getting a refill of your cooking gas cylinder.

Wheat crashes below support price

The country seems to be moving fast towards a major agrarian crisis with wheat becoming the latest commodity whose prices have collapsed well below the minimum support price (MSP).

Soybean prices on rise, buck trend of most farm products

At a time when bumper production and lower demand are keeping prices of several agriculture commodities low, many factors have ensured that soybean prices remain high in the country, giving some ho

Pages