Trade war goes digital as India eyes tariffs on Internet economy
Since 1998, WTO has renewed a ban on import duties on so-called "electronic transmissions".
The world’s largest selling spirit baijiu now in India
About 1.2 billion cases of baijiu, a heritage white spirit from China made with sorghu...
Netflix to spend Rs 3000 crore on content in India
Netflix has invested Rs 3,000 crore in India in 2019-2020, Hastings revealed. He said the ...
India beats West Windies by six wickets in first T20
Kohli hit six sixes and accelerated just when the team needed to help India chase down a 208-run victory target with eight balls to spare at Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium. KL Rahul, Kohli's collaborator in a century stand, made 62 but the India captain completed a clinical chase, going run-a-ball in his first 20 deliveries before plundering 74 in his next 30.
Dabur has ‘war chest’ to buy companies, expand in rural India
The company is fanning out operations to remote parts of the country to access more consumers.
ONGC lists $300 million MTN issue on India INX
The notes under the programme have been issued at a coupon rate of 3.375 per cent due in 2029.
Catherine Zeta-Jones back in India, walks around Jaipur streets
The Hollywood star relived her time spent in the pink city Jaipur.
Coal India Ltd eases norms for coal supplies to non-regulated customers and IPPs
State-run Coal India Limited (CIL) on Friday said it has relaxed norms for supplying the fuel to its customers of non-regulated sector by extending "letter of credit" to them and allowing an independent power producer (IPP) to transfer coal from one plant to another.
India committed to partnering with Maldives for its development: Narendra Modi
The prime minister said that "as a close friend and maritime member, India is committed to partnering with the Maldives for democracy and development".
BNY Mellon to expand work done out of India
A few of its technology initiatives are already led out of India, especially around digital transformation; bank planning local CoE too. Accounting is one such area where Panicker expects its Indian operations to start doing more end-to-end work. The company relies on a mix of campus and lateral hires, focusing on training existing employees on new skills.
'Second war of independence': TMC eyes citizenship bill to take on BJP ahead of state polls
Addressing a rally in Kolkata on Friday, Banerjee said she would support the bill if citizenship is given to each and every refugee, irrespective of their religion.
India to explore corridor between resource-rich Arctic & INSTC
“We look forward to cooperating with Russia in the Arctic Council and we are actively discussing potential areas of cooperation including in the sphere of energy security, scientific exploration and research and connectivity. We will explore the possibility of establishing connectivity between the Arctic Region and INSCTC," Indian envoy to Russia said.
Sebi orders LIC, SBI, Bank of Baroda to reduce stake to below 10% in UTI AMC
UTI AMC is promoted by four public sector financial institutions as sponsors -- State Bank of India, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Bank of Baroda and Punjab National Bank.
Mercedes Benz India hopes to get back on growth track next year
The company, whose sales declined 16% to 9,915 units in the nine months to September, is planning to launch a vehicle every month to attract buyers. Mercedes Benz India managing director Martin Schwenk told ET that the local market saw a turnaround in sentiment during the festive season. The company is optimistic it will be able to sustain the momentum.
India needs tariff reforms to boost consumption of renewables: WWF
According to the report, C&I consumers' power demand is met principally by grid power (63 per cent) and onsite captive generation (27 per cent, mostly coal fired).
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