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Tripti Kedia
Delhi, Edition:December 17, 2017

Agribusiness companies recorded the highest gains in market cap, thanks to government policies. But the sector still faces challenges.

Kavil Ramachandran and Sougata Ray
New Delhi, August 24, 2017
The Tejas Express, India's first semi-luxury train was vandalised on its first journey.
Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, July 7, 2017
A survey on the impact of Goods and Services Tax (GST) on agri-inputs has found that retail prices of agri-inputs like irrigation systems will increase in several key states including BJP ruled Rajasthan, Haryana and Gujarat.
Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, May 17, 2017
India Meteorological Department (IMD), the country's official weather forecaster, has predicted that monsoon will reach Kerala on May 30, two days before the schedule.
Prosenjit Datta
New Delhi, Edition:June 4, 2017
Coca-Cola and Pepsi have not exactly had a peaceful existence in India. In the 1970s, Coke was the only game in town bar a few small regional brands like Duke, but the per capita consumption of soft drinks was minuscule and India was not a big market of beverages by any stretch of imagination.
May 8, 2017
This forecast is "underpinned by higher private and public consumption and increased infrastructure spending," the report said.
BT Online
February 1, 2017
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday presented Union Budget 2017-18 in Lok Sabha. 

BT Online
January 31, 2017
Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian defended the government's demonetisation move as a radical social engineering measure to weed out the black money.
Joe C Mathew
July 22, 2016
Ever wondered why India is often called as one of the bright spots in an otherwise gloomy global economy? The recently published "World Trade Statistical Review" of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) could provide some clue.
Geneva, June 6, 2016
In efforts to resume negotiations on proposed India-EFTA free trade pact, senior Swiss government official Marie-Gabrielle Ineichen-Fleisch will visit India this week.
By Joe C. Mathew
Delhi, Edition:May 22, 2016

A digitally unified national agriculture market is a great idea, but where is the infrastructure?

New Delhi, March 9, 2016
"Of course it is possible to double farmers' income," PM Narendra Modi said, responding to the debate in the Rajya Sabha on the motion of thanks on the President's Address to Parliament.
Dipak Mondal
February 22, 2016
Business Today caught up with Pronab Sen, an economist and Chairman, National Statistical Commission and asked him about the relevance of MNREGS at a time of rural distress.
Nevin John
February 16, 2016
"The investments from the public sector are also needed for the food processing industry, in addition to the tax exemptions. The agriculture and food processing sectors need to be treated on par," Rasna Chairman Piruz Khambatta said.
by Anilesh Mahajan
Delhi, Edition:February 28, 2016
On January 28, a five-member team of the Swadeshi Jagran Manch, the economic wing of the RSS, met Minister of State of Finance, Jayant Sinha.
Joe C Mathew
February 2, 2016
It was at a meeting of the US-India Trade Policy Forum towards the end of 2015 that Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman got some first-hand information about a mega trade deal that the United States had just signed with 11 other countries.
Joe C Mathew
Edition:November 22, 2015
There are growing challenges from within World Trade Organisation, as well as outside. Tiding over them will be of importance to help poorer nations get preferential access to developed markets.
Mahesh Nayak
Edition:August 2, 2015
It is not often that one hears about 239 entities and individuals being barred from a stock exchange by the regulator. But this is exactly what the market regulator did on June 29. Here's why.
Mumbai, June 29, 2015
In his 80-page order, Sebi Whole Time Member Rajeev Kumar Agarwal said the schemes, plan, device and artifice employed the present matter is also a possible case of money laundering or tax evasion which could be seen by the concerned law enforcement agencies separately.
Stephanie Nebehay and Krista Hughes
Geneva/Washington, June 4, 2015
The WTO Appellate Body largely upheld a panel ruling last October that India's import restrictions were not based on international scientific standards on animal health and were discriminatory.
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