'Unauthorized access': Funds vanish at bankrupt cryptocurrency trading firm FTX; probe underway
Until recently, FTX was one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges. It was already short billions of dollars when it sought bankruptcy protection Friday and its former CEO and founder, Sam Bankman-Fried, resigned
IMF unveils Resilience and Sustainability Trust to help 'vulnerable' countries
IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva said the goal of the trust is to redistribute funds from wealthier countries to more vulnerable ones as members look to support global economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic
CAG slams Bihar govt for failing to utilise funds under 'Namami Gange' programme
Around Rs 684 crore, meant to be used under the scheme in a span of four financial years, was left untouched by the Bihar State Ganga River Conservation and Programme Management Society
To reduce Delhi's pollution and boost road infra, Centre to spend Rs 62,000 crore, says Nitin Gadkari
The Minister of Road Transport and Highways of India said that the road infrastructure in India will be at par with the United States by 2040
Explained: What UK government sanctions on Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich mean for the club
Chelsea have been given a special licence to continue to operate but even that licence imposes some tough restrictions on a club still in the running for the Champions League and FA Cup this season and sitting third in the Premier League.
Donors pledge over $1.2 billion to help Afghanistan as it inches towards famine, economic collapse
The UN has urged donors to turn pledges into cash contributions as fast as possible
States scramble for funds as coronavirus takes toll on coffers; seek central government and RBI support
A three-week nationwide lockdown is testing the resilience of state governments, with analysts warning that essential public services and health care for millions of Indians will be in jeopardy without further central government and RBI support
Subhash Chandra-run Essel plans to raise $400 m to refinance group's Mauritius holding firm
In November 2018, Essel Group had said that it was planning to sell up to 50 percent of the promoters' equity in the group flagship media arm ZEEL to a strategic partner.
Poor capital management, inefficient budgeting root causes of sorry state of Indian Armed Forces
Inefficient budgeting and underutilisation of defence funds emerge as major hurdles for the Indian services — army, navy and the air force — according to an action taken report submitted to the Parliament
Centre tells Arvind Kejriwal to step up work under 'Clean India'; claims Delhi govt built only 328 public toilets
Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri recently criticised Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for under-utilising funds released under Swachh Bharat Mission to build toilets
Mamata Banerjee claims Centre owes West Bengal over Rs 13,000 crore under developmental schemes in 2017
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said the Centre owes the state more than Rs 13,000 crore under various developmental schemes in 2017.
Assam floods: Jharkhand government contributes Rs 5 crore to Chief Minister's Relief Fund
As a mark of solidarity to flood affected people of Assam, the Jharkhand government Thursday contributed Rs 5 crore to the Chief Minister's Relief Fund
FIR lodged against former Manipur CM Ibobi Singh and five others for alleged misuse of govt funds
An FIR has been lodged against former Manipur chief minister O Ibobi Singh and five former bureaucrats of the state for alleged financial irregularities in the Manipur Development Society (MDS), a police officer said on Saturday
Tripura tribal body accuses NITI Aayog of not releasing funds regularly, blames central govt for delay
A top official of the TTAADC has claimed that the NITI Aayog has begun a "financial blockade" against the autonomous body by not releasing funds regularly.
Pakistani politician, Malik Naveed, shot dead by gunmen in Baluchistan
Gunmen on Thursday shot and killed a Pakistani regional political party leader in the city of Quetta, police said, the latest violence in the southwestern province of Baluchistan
Maharashtra farmers' loan waiver: State govt announces bank account to receive donations
Faced with financial constraints after announcing the "biggest ever" farmers' loan waiver in the country, the Maharashtra government has decided to open a separate bank account to receive donations for the scheme from people
Kumar Vishwas quits 'responsibility' of being AAP's overseas fundraiser
Senior Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas on Saturday said he has volunteered to leave the "responsibility" of being the main overseas fundraiser for AAP, which has been accepted by the party's National Executive.
AAP in crisis: Party's political funds comes under I-T scanner, could be tried for tax evasion
A day after Kapil Mishra accused Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of taking bribe, the income tax department has reportedly found some discrepancies in its tax filings.
Flipkart has raised $1.4 billion, its largest ever as the war with Amazon heats up
India's top e-commerce firm Flipkart has raised $1.4 billion in its biggest fundraising to date as it takes on U.S. tech giant Amazon.com Inc.
Air India: Why are MPs hell bent on funding the white elephant with tax-payers' money?
The very purpose of resisting any disinvestment in Air India is that the politicians continue to get vast privileges while travelling aboard the state owned airline, never mind its precarious financial health