First event on Wednesday, CISCO chairman John Chambers to speak with top Indian officials Manu Pubby
The Centre told the Supreme Court that it would take a decision in a month-and-a-half on whether it would allow the commercial roll-out of GM mustard. But the final word rests with the Court. Apurva Vishwanath
Japanese PM Shinzo Abe is expected to visit India in mid-September and Modi and he will lay the foundation for this India-Japan joint venture in Ahmedabad. Kumar Anshuman
Despite a public power struggle in the USIBC, the Indian side remains in touch with the council, as the split is expected to have limited impact on trade. MANU PUBBY
The government has set a 2,500 crore target overall but individual goals have been revised following representations by ministries. ANUBHUTI VISHNOI
The industry is desperately seeking clarity on how GST will affect sponsorships, registrations, ticket prices and local body taxes. With barely 48 hours to go...
The former RBI governor weighs in on the independence of the central bank, the recent MPC controversy and the farm loan waivers across the...
Repeated loan waivers raise question if the move benefits farmers or banks as someone else ends up paying for the write-off, says former bureaucrat T. Nanda Kumar. RUHI TEWARI
India’s longest road tunnel, Chenani-Nashri, had to overcome floods, payment disputes, accidents and landslides before it could see the light of day.