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DG Shah, Secretary General of the Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance, sees problems on three fronts: pricing, regulatory and exports.

Presently, the MSCI counts shares in Depository Receipts (DRs) and domestic free-float shares when calculating the weight of a company on its indices.
Over 93 lakh houses are lying unsold in India's top eight cities, and another 23 lakh are behind schedule.
Debt and pledged shares numbers show India Inc. is not in the best of shapes.
Documents from the Interim Budget show that the government earmarked just Rs 1 lakh for Air India's 10-year Turn Around Plan (TAP) approved in 2012 by UPA-II.
Cable TV networks discarded pay channels in Tier II & III markets.

Rural India could be a hotbed of cybercrimes due to lack of education and low digital literacy.

Many brands of widely used medicines such as Telmisartan, Rabeprazole, Vitamin C, Furosemide are just not available.
RCom had been trying to conclude its Rs 25,000 crore 2017 deal with Reliance Jio, owned by Mukesh Ambani.
With the largest chunk of the young population in an ageing world, leveraging education to create tomorrow's workforce is imperative.
The new controlled regimen has meant that e-commerce companies could lose nearly 35-40% of e-retail sales.
The behemoth LIC is now the new promoter for this bank whose NPAs are among the highest in the country.

The RBI surprised the market with a cut in repo rate and may well follow up its inflation bet with another rate cut.

The total loan staring at a default comes to Rs 91,000 crore and there's no resolution in sight even four months after the government took control.

This Jaipur-based edtech company helps students become logical thinkers and problem-solvers.

If Goyal is to realise his dream, more than lip service is needed.
Third phase of Ude Desh Ka Aam Naagrik scheme awarded airlines 235 routes to create a seat capacity of 6.9 million, the biggest seat addition so far.
The question, in the Interim Budget's case, is not 'How's the Josh?' but 'Where's the Josh?'
The government is planning to spend Rs 1.08 lakh crore on pensions as compared to Rs 93,982 crore on capital outlay.