Move legitimate, couldn’t have joined RCEP on current terms: PM Modi
“The present form of the RCEP Agreement does not fully reflect the basic spirit and the agreed guiding principles of the RCEP... In such a situation, it is not possible for India to join RCEP Agreement,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Monday. Industry body Confederation of Indian Industry acknowledged New Delhi’s “very legitimate concerns”.
In a peace move, Amit Shah may visit Sena Chief at Matoshree
Both BJP and Shiv Sena leaders are aggressively wooing the independent MLAs to s...
India moves to sensitise US Congress on Kashmir
Indo-American Community Federation, in collaboration with Kashmiri Overseas Association and U...
Brands must innovate as tech advances transform consumer markets: Deloitte-FICCI report
Consumer experience has become more crucial than ever and brands must constantly innovate to offer novel products and services to cater to modern consumers' demands, said the report.
63 Moons moves High Court to recover Rs 200 crore from DHFL
Counsel for DHFL challenged the maintainability of the petition, arguing that the trustees of the bondholders had already moved an application in the Pune bench of the Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) for the recovery of dues on behalf of the debenture holders and hence this plea could not be entertained.
Toxic air chokes Delhi's tourism business; residents moving out of city till air quality improves
Delhiites appear to be moving out of the city on short holidays to nearby hill stations and other cities such as Bengaluru and Mumbai not affected by severe deterioration in air quality. Bookings for other north Indian cities seemed to have declined, travel operators said. Airline bookings to Delhi have fallen 17% for travel between Oct 27 and Nov 5.
Delhi: Modi govt regularises unauthorised colonies, Kejriwal welcomes move
After the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to give ownership rights to close to 40 lakh people living in the unauthorized colo...
Led by India, South Asia moving towards becoming center of global growth: IMF
India has a significant potential, but there is need of a significant reform, she said, adding that these reforms need to be implemented to set the trajectory. “If you lose time by delaying reforms, it will take more time to catch up to where you are. And the time window is not very big,” Anne-Marie Gulde-Wolf, Deputy Director, Asia and Pacific Department, IMF said.
LVB moves Chennai police cyber cell against rumour-mongers
Lakshmi Vilas Bank had unsuccessfully applied to the RBI to merge mortgage lender Indianbulls Housing Finance, which would have given it the required capital. Now the bank has complained
Looking for love? You may have to move cities
The most-active users are in cities like Bengaluru, New Delhi and Mumbai.
I have been treated very badly in NY: Trump on why he moved from the Big Apple to Florida
In a series of tweets, President Trump announced that he will make Palm Beach, Florida his permanent home.
Post govt nod, SpiceXpress drones moving to the runway
Catering to fast-growing e-commerce sectors, SpiceXpress, the cargo division of SpiceJet has partnered with Throttle Aerospace Systems to use beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drones for very urgent deliveries hoping to start by early January.
Bring $500 million FDI, get relationship manager: Government
Drawing from the experience in Gujarat, DPIIT & Invest India have joined hands to put in place a new mechanism aimed at attracting investors, many of whom have in the past complained of a plethora of clearances holding up their plans, officials said.
Airtel, Voda Idea surge on Jio's pricing move
Shares of RIL, the parent company of Reliance Jio, went up by a more modest 3.2 per cent intra-day.
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