India’s major rice growing state Uttar Pradesh and soybean producing Madhya Pradesh have received deficient rainfall this year, while farmers in 78 per cent areas of the country rejoice the prospect of good crops on bountiful monsoon.
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The ruling AIADMK in Tamil Nadu on Tuesday sacked jailed VK Sasikala as interim chief and made its late supremo Jayalalithaa the party’s “eternal general secretary”, sparking fresh confrontation with rebel leader TTV Dinakaran who vowed to bring down the government.
Remarks by Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi during an address at the University of California, Berkeley, on Tuesday snowballed into a war of words between his party and the ruling BJP with the latter slamming him as a “failed dynast” and “failed politician”.
US President Donald Trump is weighing a strategy that could allow more aggressive responses to Iran’s forces, its Shi’ite Muslim proxies in Iraq and Syria, and its support for militant groups, feel six current and former US officials.
The proposal was prepared by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, national security adviser HR McMaster and other top officials, and presented to Trump at a National Security Council meeting on Friday, the sources said.
The United Nations Security Council approved new sanctions aimed at punishing North Korea for its latest missile and nuclear tests after the US dropped demands such as an oil embargo to win support from Russia and China.
Hyundai Motor India (HMIL) today hit out at the frequent changes in tax rates on automobiles saying investment for new products and technology will be adversely impacted in the absence of consistent and long term policy.
India Inc's foreign direct investment (FDI) fell by about 15 per cent to USD 1.34 billion in last month, according to the Reserve Bank data.
The Delhi High Court today sought the response of TRAI on Vodafone India's appeal against a single judge order dismissing its petition against the consultation process adopted for fixing interconnection usage charges (IUCs) between cellular and fixed line operators.
FMCG major ITC will continue diversification into new areas with agri business set to play a key role
Jet Airways chairman Naresh Goyal set at rest the speculation about Etihad exiting the carrier and a new investment partner coming on board. There are no plans to sell stake in Jet Airways for now and all such talks are only speculation, Goyal told reporters on the sidelines of the 25th AGM here on Monday.
Goyal also said the Abu Dhabi-based carrier is not exiting from his airline, when asked whether he was taking on board another investment partner and that the Etihad was looking to deboard from his airline.