As increased foreign, local inflows make sterilisation expensive, economists urge creation of new tools to manage cash influx
Scrip rises 1.9% on talks of Nilekani's return & funds' support
An Indian-origin former CEO of a penny stock company, charg-ed with making false claims and engaging in manipulative trading, has been ordered to pay a hefty fine of $294,000.
Ever since Delhi and Mumbai airports transitioned from being a government entity to a private one in May 2006, India’s tryst with Brownfield airports began
An arbitration or a negotiation would be better suited to the texture of the controversy than a settlement of the court. An out-of-court settlement would be more welcome to the two communities and to the sanity of the court
The BSE Sensex jumped about 322 points today to close at a one-week high of 31,770.89, while the NSE Nifty topped the 9,900-mark on unabated buying by domestic investors amid firm global cues on receding tensions between the US and North Korea.
Tata Power today said its generation during April-June quarter was recorded at 12.4 billion units, and the current installed capacity stands at 10,466 MW.
The government aims to revamp health scheme and lower costs after criticism from the Niti Aayog