11 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Amid intense lobbying by mobile operators against giving more teeth to regulator Trai, Telecom Secretary J S Deepak today said penal powers cannot be "one and final solution" for call drop and the firms have committed Rs 12,000 crore to install new towers to check this problem.
16 Jun 2014
Mumbai: The Reserve Bank will sell dated government securities worth Rs 15,000 crore in four tranches on Friday, RBI said.
18 Oct 2013
New Delhi: Retirement fund body Employees' Provident Fund Organization (EPFO) has settled 7,96,759 claims during September in its 123 offices across the country as compared to 7,49,639 in the same month last year.
24 May 2016
New Delhi: New announcements were expected post Anurag Thakur's selection as the new President of BCCI on Sunday, but no one imagined that he will be so quick about his business. Merely three days into his tenure, the newly elected BCCI boss has hinted towards organization of 'Mini IPL' in September.
23 May 2016
New Delhi: The India-based technology company Micromax raised curtain from its budget smartphones Bolt Supreme and Bolt Supreme 2 priced at Rs 2,749 and Rs 2,999 respectively.
08 Dec 2015
Mumbai: IDFC Bank has inked a pact with IT services major Tata Consultancy Services to use TCS BaNCS for its core banking solutions.
02 May 2016
Mumbai: Opposing the demolition of the controversial Adarsh highrise in south Mumbai, Shiv Sena today said demolition won't serve any purpose and the building can instead be used to house government offices.
17 Jan 2016
New Delhi: The Department of Posts (DoP) plans to open 1,000 ATMs and bring all 25,000 departmental post offices under core banking system by March this year.
22 Mar 2016
Mumbai: Amid rising health concerns over smog spreading in areas adjacent to the Deonar dumping ground where a fire broke out on Saturday emitting toxic gases, a large number of residents today protested at Azad Maidan in Mumbai, demanding an immediate solution to the problem.
09 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Haryana government expected a solution to the Jat quota issue to emerge out of the talks with community leaders but the protests took a violent turn, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today, defending the Centre and the Haryana government on the handling of the agitation.