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Diksha Ramesh
New Delhi, June 30, 2016
GST Bill, if implemented, can surely be called as one of the most critical and crucial tax reforms in India.

BT Online
New Delhi, June 1, 2016
The headline indices rallied as firms reliant on consumer demand, such as cigarette maker ITC, advanced on data showing the economy grew faster than expected in the previous quarter.

April 26, 2016
DBS Group Holdings, Singapore's biggest lender, is targeting a hundredfold boost to its Indian customer base within five years after announcing on Tuesday that it is adding a mobile-only banking model in Asia's third-largest economy.

April 18, 2016
There is a renewed manufacturing push under Modi's flagship 'Make In India', but with global demand depressed, factories remain under-utilised and plans to increase corporate investment are left on the back burner.

April 11, 2016
The July-September monsoon delivers nearly 70 per cent of annual rains and waters half of India's farmlands that lack irrigation facilities.

Mumbai, March 21, 2016
Jewellers from the world's second-biggest gold consumer went on an indefinite strike from the start of March after government reintroduced a 1-percent excise duty on gold jewellery after four years.

Aditi Shah, Reuters
Noida, February 4, 2016
Toyota Motor Corp will start talks this week with its affiliate Daihatsu Motor to build and sell small cars in India, where it has so far struggled to crack the cheaper end of the market.

Devidutta Tripathy and Aditi Shah
Mumbai/New Delhi, January 28, 2016
Top lender State Bank of India (SBI), and two big private sector peers - ICICI Bank and Axis Bank - say demand for credit from smaller centres in the country is helping grow their overall home-loans books.

Sumeet Chatterjee
Mumbai, January 5, 2016
The British bank's equities business in India, which was rolled out in 2011, includes research and broking for institutional investors, and employs some two dozen people, the sources told Reuters.

Aditi Shah
New Delhi, January 5, 2016
Samhi, which operates 10 hotels and is developing 16 more, will use the money to grow its portfolio to about 30 to 35 properties, the company's Chief Executive Officer Ashish Jakhanwala said.

Sumeet Chatterjee and Denny Thomas
Mumbai/Hong Kong, December 30, 2015
Investment bankers, who forecast the IPO proceeds topping $5 billion in 2016, say besides the Vodafone unit listing, there will be several financial and technology sector companies going public next year.

Rajesh Kumar Singh
New Delhi, December 11, 2015
While the October output figures were bolstered by a favourable statistical base, double-digit growth in the manufacturing sector points to a strengthening industrial recovery.

Rajesh Kumar Singh, Paritosh Bansal, Sharat Pradhan and Jatindra Dash
New Delhi/Lucknow/Bhubaneswar, October 30, 2015
Since March, the prime minister's intervention has helped revive nearly $60 billion in federal and state projects, according to government data through September seen by Reuters.

Rajesh Kumar Singh and Sumeet Chatterjee
New Delhi, October 14, 2015
But corporate spending is still tepid and federal revenues remain stressed, raising the risk of another false dawn for the country as it tries to recover momentum.

Nivedita Bhattacharjee and Sumeet Chatterjee
Mumbai, October 8, 2015
Yum posted its third straight quarter of sales declines in India, where analysts say it is being outpaced by ambitious rivals like Domino's Pizza Inc and McDonald's Corp.

Krishna N Das and Tommy Wilkes
Magadh, October 6, 2015
India has rejected any absolute cuts, arguing that its per capita emissions are far below the world average and that it needs to emit more as it grows to beat poverty.

Mumbai, September 24, 2015
\"Indian e-commerce has added its first billionaires with Flipkart's founders (Bansals) making debut on our rich list at number 86, with $1.3 billion net worth each,\" Forbes said.

Siddharth Iyer
September 23, 2015
In India, sentiment was buoyant though firms were irked by the pace of economic reform promised by PM Modi government last year, a survey conducted by Thomson Reuters said.

Tommy Wilkes, Frank Jack Daniel
New Delhi, September 18, 2015
In total, utilities owe $66 billion. The government has identified about $22.7 billion of debt held by financially stretched utilities as most at risk.

Manoj Kumar
New Delhi, September 8, 2015
The International Monetary Fund considers India's economy a rare bright spot among emerging markets and Modi sees a chance to attract more foreign investment as money flows out of China.

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