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India official sees Budget gap widening to 3.8%, over target
The government can miss its target if it faces acts of war or if the economy is undergoing structural reforms.
Train crash kills 16 people in central Bangladesh
A railway spokesman said the the pre-dawn accident appeared to have occurred when Chittagon...
Which rate road will Shaktikanta Das take? The first signs could emerge tomorrow
The lens will be on Shaktikanta Das, the new governor of Res...
RBI policy review: 'Pragmatic' move to counter slowing economy
The monetary panel voted 4-2 in favour of 25 bps rate cut.
ET Poll: RBI likely to go for another 25 bps cut
In its February bi-monthly policy, RBI had reduced the repo by 25 basis points.
Manjush Kanti Das takes over as ED in charge of Rourkela Steel Plant
Das has been serving RSP in various capacities and was the Executive Director (Projects) before taking over as Executive Director (in charge).
New RBI Guv brings rate cut expectations
RBI has changed its stance to “calibrated tightening” in its Oct monetary policy.
India strong enough to absorb US Fed rate hike: Government
The US Fed on Wednesday raised its key interest rate by 25 basis points (bps), making its third rate hike since the financial crisis and the second time in three months.
Tripura to challenge court verdict on returning Neer Mahal to successors of royal family
Pradyot Bikram Kishore Manikya, has often engaged in bitter war of words with Chief Minister Manik Sarkar.
Rupee slide: Is there light at the end of tunnel?
The Indian rupee has lost more than a quarter of its value since the beginning of US rating downgrade (August 2011-June 20, 2012).
Sebi bars Sun Heaven Agro from raising funds via securities
The market regulator found that Sun Heaven Agro India Ltd (SHAIL) had garnered over Rs 11 crore from more than 7,700 investors through issuance of redeemable preference shares and through such activity had "prima facie" violated various norms.
El Nino does not necessarily mean bad farm sector growth
Though India is highly dependent on rain-fed agriculture it may be able to shrug off an occasional bad monsoon.
RBI may look at sale of government bonds to offset dollar deluge
The MSS bond sale would be first in four years; RBI has capped this at 50,000 cr for FY15.
IIT-Kharagpur develops fodder to make fish tastier
The technology was developed in the laboratory of IIT Kharagpur over two years.
Slowing growth may lead RBI to cut rates by 25 bps
Some respondents indicated informally that the cut in repo rate could be 15-35 basis points.
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