Tatas battle misinformation campaign against salt brand
Regulatory bodies and associations like FSSAI and Indian Medical Association have also categorically debunked this, the company said.
Draft e-comm policy, data protection may figure at India-EU meet in Brussels
The European Union is seeking greater market access for its alco...
PM Modi meets Angela Merkel, discusses ways to deepen Indo-German ties
Chancellor Merkel also congratulated Modi on the recent electoral vict...
US and Australia question India’s new farm sector support scheme
Transport and Marketing Assistance is the latest scheme to come under attack along with the Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN) scheme that has been questioned by New Zealand.
DoT, MeitY eye EU ‘toolbox’ to address 5G-related concerns
EU delegate said that this set of standard norms will be structured from the suggestions of the different member countries
Here’s how climate change is viewed around the world
In many countries, climate and the environment has become a political battlefield on which elections are increasingly being fought.
Reforming WTO: Experts concerned over silence on development
"A sizeable number of G20 countries are a part of the Ottawa Group who don’t want to go ahead with the development agenda," said Biswajit Dhar, professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University.
UK falling behind in race to engage with India, warns UK Parliament inquiry
On the issue of visas, it expressed concern that India seems to face tougher norms than a non-democratic country like China.
European Union may boost military ties with India
ET has learnt that among the elements in strategy paper there could be reference to further develop military-to-military relations with India, including between leaders of the Indian armed forces and the EU military structures.
Don’t violate spirit of law: Piyush Goyal tells India Inc and the big four audit companies
Goyal advised lawyers as well as consultancy and audit firms not to misguide investors.
FTAs are against Make in India, need to approach EU pact with caution: SIAM
SIAM also said bringing CBUs under EU FTA would be unfair to automobile companies who have made substantial investments in India.
India’s defence exports more than double
The biggest contributor to Indian exports has been the US, accounting for nearly Rs 5,000 crore worth of exports, followed by old arms partner Israel and the European Union.
China supports suspension of Hong Kong's controversial extradition bill after massive protests
China also expressed Beijing's backing for the beleaguered Lam who faced heavy criticism from local people, specially students, for attempting to push the bill disregarding massive protests.
EU, US oppose India on ending sops that aid illegal fishing
The US and European Union (EU) have opposed the proposal as they give such subsidies to transport and water sports sector.
Bank of England to keep key rate unchanged as outlook darkens
One of the 20 analysts surveyed predict a unanimous vote to keep the benchmark at 0.75%.
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