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Zoramthanga says Mizoram govt will request Centre, Bangladesh to expedite opening of border trade at Kawrpuichhuah
India

Zoramthanga says Mizoram govt will request Centre, Bangladesh to expedite opening of border trade at Kawrpuichhuah

Mizoram chief minister Zoramthanga on Wednesday said the state government would request the Centre and the Bangladesh government to expedite the opening of India-Bangladesh border trade at the proposed Kawrpuichhuah border trade centre.

Lok Sabha polls: Solution to Goa iron ore mining woes after BJP returns to power at Centre, says Suresh Prabhu
India

Lok Sabha polls: Solution to Goa iron ore mining woes after BJP returns to power at Centre, says Suresh Prabhu

Suresh Prabhu assured the BJP will find a solution to the current crisis faced by Goa's iron ore mining industry soon after the party returns to power at the Centre post the April-May general elections

Telecom relief package 'difficult' as companies not speaking in unison on financial stress: Govt official
Business

Telecom relief package 'difficult' as companies not speaking in unison on financial stress: Govt official

Telecom sector has been battered by falling tariffs, eroding profitability, and mounting debt, in the face of stiff competition triggered by disruptive offerings of Reliance Jio, owned by Mukesh Ambani.

US-China trade war: India is managing to stay above the fray, but history shows that conflict may be inevitable
India

US-China trade war: India is managing to stay above the fray, but history shows that conflict may be inevitable

The vision of an apparently benign Chinese power slowly extending itself across Asia is enough to scare America

US-China Trade war: Beijing strikes back at Donald Trump with tariffs on $60 billion worth of US goods
World

US-China Trade war: Beijing strikes back at Donald Trump with tariffs on $60 billion worth of US goods

The tit-for-tat measures are the latest escalation in an increasingly protracted trade dispute between the world's two largest economies. On Monday, the US administration said it will begin to levy new tariffs of 10 percent on about $200 billion of Chinese products on 24 September, with the tariffs to go up to 25 percent by the end of 2018.

China threatens to retaliate with 'synchronised counter measures' after US orders tariffs on imports worth $200 billion
World

China threatens to retaliate with 'synchronised counter measures' after US orders tariffs on imports worth $200 billion

China Tuesday threatened to retaliate with "synchronised counter measures" against President Donald Trump's third round of tariffs.

Modi's 'corruption-mukt Bharat' still a distant dream: Bureaucratic hurdles derail timely action against dishonest babus
Politics

Modi's 'corruption-mukt Bharat' still a distant dream: Bureaucratic hurdles derail timely action against dishonest babus

Four years into Narendra Modi's rule, bureaucratic manoeuvres continue to derail the corruption clean-up drive as far as tainted babus are concerned.

Cabinet reshuffle: Suresh Prabhu bids farewell to railway ministry, takes charge as Minister of Commerce
Politics

Cabinet reshuffle: Suresh Prabhu bids farewell to railway ministry, takes charge as Minister of Commerce

Suresh Prabhu bade farewell to the Ministry of Railways and moved on to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, after Piyush Goyal was given charge

India denies reports of anti-dumping duty on Chinese products as 'factually incorrect'
India

India denies reports of anti-dumping duty on Chinese products as 'factually incorrect'

India on Friday termed as "factually incorrect" a Chinese official media report claiming that it was planning to impose fresh anti-dumping duties this year on 93 products originating in China

Protection or promotion? Time India re-evaluates its bilateral trade agreements
Business

Protection or promotion? Time India re-evaluates its bilateral trade agreements

The myopia of the Ministry of Finance when it comes to trade issues is visible in the draft agreement.

Exports decline 24% in November, experts say greater Africa focus can stem the decline
Business

Exports decline 24% in November, experts say greater Africa focus can stem the decline

Indian exporters shipped goods worth $20.01 billion last month, lower than $21.35 billion provisionally reported in October

Burn after reading: Govt gives babus new guidelines on docs, Jet-Etihad deal among those leaked
Business

Burn after reading: Govt gives babus new guidelines on docs, Jet-Etihad deal among those leaked

The government is training its bureaucrats again on how to keep documents safe even as more details emerge in the CBI probe into the leak of documents.

Documents leak: Two government officers sent to CBI custody
India

Documents leak: Two government officers sent to CBI custody

Two government servants, arrested for allegedly passing on classified information pertaining to the industrial policy and promotion of the government to a private person, were on Friday remanded to CBI custody till 17 March by a Delhi court.

Nod given to 14 SEZs in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh may be cancelled
Business

Nod given to 14 SEZs in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh may be cancelled

Ministry of Commerce could cancel formal approvals given for setting up as many as 14 Special Economic Zones (SEZ) by Deccan Infrastructure and Land Holdings Ltd (DILL), a company floated by erstwhile Andhra Pradesh.

RBI could have eased rates furthers, says Nirmala Sitharaman
Business

RBI could have eased rates furthers, says Nirmala Sitharaman

, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said that the central bank could have "eased" the key policy rate further.

Need lower rates to boost manufacturing, says Sitharaman
Business

Need lower rates to boost manufacturing, says Sitharaman

Pitching for interest rate cut, Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said reduction in cost of credit was necessary to provide level playing field to domestic industry.

No proposal to restrict FDI in retail and agri, says government
Economy

No proposal to restrict FDI in retail and agri, says government

There is no proposal to impose restrictions on foreign direct investment (FDI) in the retail sector, Parliament was informed today.

India's FY15 trade deficit likely to be $142 bn, CAD at $39.3 bn: Citi
Economy

India's FY15 trade deficit likely to be $142 bn, CAD at $39.3 bn: Citi

According to the global financial services major, continued restrictions on gold imports and strong exports growth helped in keeping the monthly trade deficit of the country stable at an average of $11.6 billion during the April-July period.<br />