Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday his government ensures the schemes launched by it are implemented within a time limit, unlike in the past when projects were announced "during election time" and forgotten later
Lamenting that no Indian university figures among the top 500 globally, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said the government intends to unshackle these institutions and provide Rs 10,000 crore to 20 varsities to ensure that they are counted among the best in the world
Govt is considering spending between Rs 40-50,000 cr more this financial year than it had budgeted for, two senior finance ministry officials told Reuters
States need to cut VAT on petrol, diesel: After whopping spends on farm loan waivers, they're left with little excuse
With the Centre unable to persuade states to even lower VAT on petrol and diesel, will it find it easy to persuade the same state governments to bring these fuels under the GST regime?
Arun Jaitley said the number of people coming under the network itself is now likely to expand gradually
Interacting with students at the Princeton University on Tuesday, the Congress leader said that the reason for the rise of Narendra Modi and also to an extent of US President Donald Trump was the "question of jobs".
Memo to Alphons Kannanthanam: Transparent petrol, diesel pricing will help, berating aam aadmi won’t
Alphons Kannanthanam perhaps forgot that the Indian middle class - the very people he seemed to be mocking - is the bedrock of this country’s minuscule tax base.
Cabinet reshuffle: Devendra Fadnavis hopes irrigation projects will be cleared fast after Nitin Gadkari gets additional charge
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Monday voiced hope that irrigation proposals worth Rs 24,000 crore submitted to the Centre by Maharashtra will be speedily cleared
Arun Jaitley to attend security dialogue with Japan, says Nirmala Sitharamam will take charge once talks end
Arun Jaitley will attend a key security dialogue with Japan on Monday though the charge of the defence ministry has been given to Nirmala Sitharamam in a major rejig of the Union Cabinet on Sunday
Hitting out at the Modi government over the suicide of a Dalit medical aspirant in Tamil Nadu, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury Saturday sought to know how was the Centre planning to "impose" NEET examinations without taking states on board
On easing current restrictions on Indian airlines to fly overseas, the Survey has advocated a further liberalisation of the 0/20 rule
BJP chief Amit Shah Saturday said the Centre has nothing to do with farmers' loan waiver and it is for state governments to decide on the issue
Narendra Modi govt is overdoing its war on black money; it’s high time focus shifts to jobs creation
Regardless of how the government couches the dismal jobs scenario, black money crackdowns haven’t helped
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The noted American economist questioned whether the favourable demographics which makes the country with the highest working age population in the world, would aid economic growth at all.
There is a pressing need for political parties to approach the GST roll-out in a constructive manner, rather than fighting it out in the street
GST, which will replace more than a dozen central and state levies like factory-gate, excise duty, service tax and local sales tax or VAT, is India's biggest tax reform in the 70 years of independence
Already, the graph of employment generation under the Narendra Modi government is on the declining course; the economy may not be able to take another round of job losses
A tough call for the government. If it ignores what the incumbents are saying, then the banking sector stress worsens. If it agrees to all the demands of telcos, then again it suffers a significant revenue loss
Venkaiah Naidu hits out at Opposition for criticising Narendra Modi; says 'dark days of Emergency' have been forgotten
Union Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday hit back at Opposition parties for accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of being "authoritarian."