28 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Taking a dig at the economic policies of the previous UPA government, Union Minister Rajnath Singh today said the country's economy was revived by Modi government and India has now become the 'hot favourite' destination for foreign investors.
27 Nov 2015
Istanbul: Russia threatened economic retaliation against Turkey yesterday and said it was still awaiting a reasonable explanation for the shooting down of its warplane, but Turkey dismissed the threats as 'emotional' and 'unfitting'.
25 Nov 2015
New Delhi: Moody's Investors Service today cautioned that a loss of momentum on reforms may hamper investment and prove to be a 'downside factor' for Indian companies, even as it said most corporates will benefit from strong economic fundamentals and accommodative monetary policy.
24 Nov 2015
Singapore: Terming Singapore as 'Asia's economic lion', Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the city state is a major partner in almost every area of India's transformation.
26 Nov 2015
New Delhi: The government will enhance minimum wages and make it mandatory across the country to boost demand of goods and services for pushing economic growth and creating jobs, Labour Secretary Shankar Aggarwal today said.
26 Nov 2015
Mumbai: Union Minister for Tribal Affairs Jual Oram yesterday claimed that there has been 'over 50 percent improvement' in the socio-economic conditions of the Tribals, compared with the 90s.
21 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi today said that three upcoming mobile-based applications for reporting economic offences, crime against women and cases of petty thefts will be launched in a month's time.
21 Nov 2015
Beijing: China's pain of economic slowdown is India's pain too, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan said contradicting government assertions that India will not be affected by deceleration of Chinese economy.
18 Nov 2015
Manila: Chinese President Xi Jinping today sought to reassure regional economic and political leaders that his government will keep the world's No 2 economy growing.
06 Aug 2011
The complaints against the Singapore-based online survey company Speak Asia which duped crores from clients by promising huge payments for filling its surveys has reached Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of Indore. At least 20 clients of the company have submitted their complaints to the special wing of the state police.