Swadeshi Jagran Manch objects to merger of public insurance firms in letter to PM, claims move will affect Central schemes
Swadeshi Jagran Manch's co-convener Ashwani Mahajan said the Centre's insurance schemes for farmers, health benefits and other purposes have been mostly distributed by these companies.
SJM co-convener's meetings with US business leaders evoke curiosity, reflect RSS' changing perception
Belief in a self-reliant economy is a cornerstone of the thought process of the Swadeshi Jagaran Manch
Narendra Modi best person to bring about change, but it can’t be at pace people expect, says economist Jagdish Bhagwati
Ashwani Mahajan of SJM clarified in a meeting with industry representatives in New York that what it was insistent was for companies coming to India to be law-compliant
Walmart faces major India test over Flipkart's legal spat with smartwatch-type health devices startup GOQii
The legal tussle between GOQii and Walmart’s Flipkart unit, comes just months after India imposed stricter rules for foreign investment in e-commerce
Gujarat govt offers to play the umpire; suggests PepsiCo India make it a party to contracts with potato farmers
Realising it was losing the battle of perceptions, PepsiCo accepted the face-saver of a negotiated settlement which the Gujarat government offered.
PepsiCo wants to 'amicably settle' issue of suing four farmers; coercing, intimidating farmers says Swadeshi Jagran Manch
PepsiCo is the second large US company to face major patent infringement issues in India.
TikTok has gained popularity among preteens, adolescents especially in Tier II, III cities in India.
Traders' body, RSS-affiliated group urge boycott of Chinese goods over Beijing's stance on Masood Azhar
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), which represents 70 million traders, said it would burn Chinese goods on 19 March to "teach a lesson" to China
Vora said that the full integration of the two telecom networks - Idea Cellular and Vodafone India - post the mega-merger last year is "on track"
"There is a need for the new RBI Governor to rethink the regulatory framework for private bank ownership. None of us wants India homegrown banks to be allowed in the hands of foreign players." RSS affiliate, Swadeshi Jagran Manch said
Narendra Modi's rule has been bad for India, says Shashi Tharoor; personality cult 'Moditva' scores over Hindutva
'Paradoxical Prime Minister' is meant to be a substantive and substantiated takedown of four years of Modi rule and everything that has happened in that time, says author Shashi Tharoor.
The removal of Nachiket Mor half-way through his tenure is a rare incident in the RBI and would certainly have not gone down well with the central bank's top brass
Co-operative banks need a new 'vision document'; sector has not flourished in last 15 years, says RBI director
Till 1967, the Centre, as well as state policy, was to give priority to the cooperative sector but in the later years, barring some institutions, the cooperative sector did not flourish.
Commerce and industry ministry asks ED to look into complaints related to alleged violation of FDI norms
Traders body CAIT has time again filed complaints with the ministry on the issue and violation of FDI in e-commerce rules by certain online retail firms
Walmart-Flipkart deal: US retail giant tells I-T department it will fulfil all tax obligations on proposed $16 billion buyout
In May, the I-T department had written to Walmart, saying that the US company can seek guidance about the tax liability under Section 195 (2) of the I-T Act
'Walmart Go Back': RSS' economic wing protests against US retail giant; wants Flipkart deal to be scrapped
A day after Walmart struck a deal with Flipkart, a right-wing Hindu group that fears small traders will suffer staged a protest in New Delhi
World's largest retailer Walmart Inc on Thursday tried to assuage concerns around its $16 billion takeover of Flipkart, saying the deal is good for the country as it will help create millions of jobs over time and help the economy through local sourcing of goods by the company
RSS affiliate SJM says Walmart making back-door entry into Indian retail sector; seeks Narendra Modi's intervention
RSS affiliate Swadeshi Jagran Manch on Wednesday alleged that US retail giant Walmart was "circumventing" rules for a "back-door entry" into India
RSS affiliate complains against cervical cancer vaccine: Should patriarchal organisations opine about women's health?
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has decided to ignore the serious issue of cervical cancer adhering to recommendations from an organisation affiliated to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh.
The RSS and its allied bodies gave their feedback and suggestions to further improve the BJP-led government's economic policies to Amit Shah and Arun Jaitley