26 Mar 2015
Sanand (Gujarat): American auto major Ford aims to triple exports from India over the next five years with its new USD 1 billion plant here becoming operational.
27 Mar 2015
Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex recovered over 236 points at 27,694.41 in early trade on Friday on fresh buying by participants as the April series in derivatives segment began amid positive Asian cues.
25 Mar 2015
New Delhi: In a reprieve to SpiceJet, the Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked aviation regulator DGCA not to de-register its six leased planes till April six, saying the no-frill carrier was likely to settle the dispute with two Irish aircraft leasing firms.
24 Mar 2015
New Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday dismissed the bail pleas of six persons, including five corporate executives, arrested for their alleged role in the Petroleum Ministry documents leak case.
20 Mar 2015
Mumbai: To help start-ups tap the capital markets to raise funds, regulator Sebi is planning to bring in a new set of guidelines in next 3-4 months.
09 Mar 2015
New Delhi: States like Bihar, Assam, Tripura and Uttarakhand may witness decline in their share in union taxes, following implementation of recommendations of the Fourteenth Finance Commission (FFC) though the constitutional body has raised the overall share of states by 10 percent to 42 percent.
20 Mar 2015
New Delhi: The Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers will have its new chairman by consensus in the few days as the Centre gets ready to take up the GST Bill for consideration and passage in the next leg of Budget session beginning April 20.
23 Mar 2015
Mumbai: Shares of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals on Monday lost 4.51 percent after the Delhi high court barred it from making, marketing or selling its anti-diabetes medicines.
21 Mar 2015
New Delhi: The passage of crucial coal and mines bills in Parliament will bring an end to the era of "arbitrary, discriminatory or discretionary" allocations of natural resources and propel economic growth, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said.
20 Mar 2015
New Delhi: SpiceJet passengers, especially vacationers, may face a hard time again including paying higher fares with the Delhi High Court directing aviation regulator DGCA on Thursday to deregister six Boeing planes of the budget carrier SpiceJet, even as the airline said it was not expecting any disruption in services following the order.