In a sharp rebuke to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s “tirade” on Kashmir, India today said those accusing others of rights violations must introspect as it censured Pakistan for the first time at the UN... »
In less than a week after the first meeting of the GST Council, the tax department today came out with three draft rules and their formats relating to registration, invoice and payments which would b... »
A 2-day BRICS Labour & Employment Ministerial Meet will begin here tomorrow. It will deliberate on issues including job creation and social security for workers.
“BRICS Labour & Employment ... »
Senior executives of Samsung today met officials of aviation regulator DGCA, two days after one of the company’s high-end smartphones caught fire inside an IndiGo aircraft. During the meeting, which... »
D Vinod Sivappa has been elected as President and T Jayaram as Vice-President of the United Planters' Association of Southern India (UPASI) for 2016-17.
Vinod Sivappa’s family has been in the coffe... »
Coastal movement of cars from Chennai has re-commenced with a consignment of 2,000 cars to Kandla on the West Coast.Hyundai, Renault and Ford cars were loaded on to roll-on roll-off pure car carrie... »
A near-zero Q1 current account deficit indicates sluggish investment. The CAD may rise with capital ouflows in the near future »
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The twenty-first edition of the India International Seafood Show will be held in Goa in February 2018, according to Marine Products Export Development Authority Chairman A. Jayathilak.
He made the ... »
India’s foreign exchange reserves declined by $1.679 billion in the week ended September 16 to $369.60 billion. In the previous week, the reserves had soared by a whopping $3.513 billion to touch ... »
The Indian textile industry should adapt, innovate and invest in the weaving and processing sectors as also market itself relentlessly to survive and sustain, said Premal Udani, Managing Director, Ka... »