As fear over stiff norms on the way for participatory notes (P-notes) spooked the markets, the finance ministry on Monday assured investors against any irrational action on these instruments, through which unregistered entities invest in the Indian
Confident of a revival in the initial public offering market (IPO), Securities and Exchange Board of India chairman U K Sinha said companies and their merchant bankers had become much more responsible with pricing and a strong pipeline was building up for
I am a registered Excise and VAT dealer in Andhra Pradesh. I purchase goods from Gujarat. Recently my supplier has been charging me additional amount for service tax on transportation in the invoice.
The European Union’s ban on 700 generic drug products based on data integrity issues would impact exports worth at least $ 1 billion from India, according to the Pharmaceutical Export Promotion Council of India (Pharmexcil).
In a temporary relief for miners like Indrani Patnaik and mineral raising contractor Thriveni Earthmovers, the Odisha High Court (HC) today held that the bank accounts frozen by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) can be activated again on furnishing bank
Chinese industrial profits, which rose on an annual basis in April and May, dropped in June, adding to pressures on a economy that is struggling to regain momentum.
It would take nearly 91 years for the Chhattisgarh water resources department to achieve the ambitious target of irrigating 75 per cent of the gross sown area (GSA) given the pace with which it had been implementing the plan, pointed the report of
Successive central governments - be it led by the Congress or non-Congress parties - have since 1950 promulgated 651 ordinances till 2010. Shubhankar Dam, a Hong Kong-based professor of law, and the author of Presidential Legislation in India: The Law and
The government has categorically informed the European Union (EU) that it will not allow European multibrand retail firms to set up shop here, even as both sides decided to resume negotiations towards concluding the long-pending Bilateral Trade and
As disappointment grows over delay in reforms, Leo Puri, MD, UTI Mutual Fund, has said the government can become much bolder with the administrative and financial sector reforms to build the people’s confidence and show that changes are indeed
Alleging “political opportunism&" behind Rahul Gandhi’s tirade against the land Bill, the government on Sunday hoped for a “consensus&" in Parliament for passage of the contentious measure and claimed the Congress alone in
Some members of Greece's leftist government wanted to raid central bank reserves and hack taxpayer accounts to prepare a return to the drachma, according to reports on Sunday that highlighted the chaos in the ruling Syriza party.