01 Oct 2014
Bangalore: Jailed AIADMK supremo Jayalalithaa will have to stay in prison for at least six more days as the vacation bench of the Karnataka High Court on Wednesday posted for October 7 hearing on her pleas for suspension of the sentence and immediate bail in the disproportionate assets case.
29 Sep 2014
Mumbai: Acknowledging that the Supreme Court order on mass cancellation of coal block licences may impact banks' asset quality, a top Finance Ministry official on Monday said the lenders will approach RBI for restructuring such assets.
30 Sep 2014
Bangalore: The criminal revision petition of jailed former Tamil Nadu chief minister J. Jayalalithaa for suspension of her sentence and bail was on Tuesday adjourned to 6th October by the judge of a vacation bench of the Karnataka High Court in Banglore.
29 Sep 2014
Bangalore/Chennai: Lawyers for jailed AIADMK supremo J Jayalalithaa will move the Karnataka High Court on Monday for bail for her while they were also finalising a strategy for seeking a stay on her conviction and sentence in the disproportionate assets case.
12 Aug 2014
New Delhi: Acknowledging that some banks are reluctant to provide farm loans, Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh said on Tuesday said efforts would be made to nudge lenders to provide credit to farmers.
17 Sep 2014
Mumbai: Axis Bank, country's third largest private lender, on Tuesday said it will be announcing festive season offers on its auto loans and credit card offerings in the next few weeks.
26 Sep 2014
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday refused to entertain a plea of a lawyer seeking direction to Karnataka trial court to defer pronouncement of its verdict in DA case of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.
15 Sep 2014
New Delhi: India requires sustainable and inclusive labour-saving technologies and farm mechanisation to boost its agriculture productivity, according to experts.
12 Jul 2013
The Congress government in Karnataka on Friday announced loans up to Rs two lakh at zero percent interest rate for the farmers. It also enhanced the creamy layer limit of Backward Classes by Rs 1 lakh.
12 Sep 2014
New Delhi: India's farm subsidies are well below the WTO's cap of 10 percent and the developed world should move ahead with finding a permanent solution for stock piling of grains for food security purposes, an official said.