A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his intention to remove one redundant law every day, the Law and Communications Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, announced that the Government w... »
State Governments have to implement reforms to fully exploit the opportunity presented by the Central Government’s initiative to create an investment-friendly climate, according to Arvind Mayar... »
Infrastructure boost under the new government and consequent growth in cement demand is likely to reduce supply-demand mismatch in the cement industry.
The Indian... »
India's cotton and apparel exports are set to climb by around 10 per cent this year as higher wages, political instability and concerns about workplace conditions in other producing markets steer... »
The Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Harsh Vardhan, has sought to eradicate Kala-Azar from the country by 2015. The Minister said at a conference here that the Indian Council for... »
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today received a rousing welcome from some 20,000 cheering NRIs when he addressed them from a 360-degree rotating platform at the iconic Madison Square Garden here.»
In a rare meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today met Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu and discussed a wide range of issues, including defence... »
Pratim Ranjan Bose
Is it logical to ask miners to pay a penalty of ₹295 for every tonne of coal extracted from such assets from the time the allotments were made, beginning in 1993? More importantly, shoul... »
K. R. Srivats
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives and philanthropy are not the most important effect of business on society, noted expert on competitive strategy Michael E Porter has said.