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PTI
New Delhi, June 26, 2012
According to data released by the weather office on Tuesday, 69 per cent of the country has received deficient or scanty rains in terms of percentage of area of the country covered by rains.


Sebastian PT
June 18, 2012
If Bundelkhand has to rise above its poverty, its agricultural woes need to be addressed first.


BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, June 5, 2012
Monsoon rains have arrived over Kerala, though it has been delayed by a few days. The Meteorological Department had earlier forecast that it would hit the Kerala coast by June 1.


PTI
New Delhi, June 4, 2012
The finance minister said the second round of global uncertainty and slowdown has come rather quickly on the heels of the previous one, limiting government's effort to jump-start growth.


PTI
New Delhi, May 31, 2012
Attributing the slowdown to tight monetary policy, rising interest rates, weak global sentiments and environmental issues in the mining sector, Mukherjee expressed the hope that the situation would improve as \"most of the factors have bottomed out.\"


www.businesstoday.in
May 24, 2012
There seems to be no end to the Air India mess, with pilots demanding exclusive training rights on Dreamliner jet planes.


Sanjiv Shankaran, Anusha Subramanian and Shweta Punj
December 6, 2011
In the wake of corruption investigations, dysfunctional governance and a growing gulf between politicians and the people, the approaching assembly polls will circumscribe economic policy options.


Anilesh S. Mahajan
November 30, 2011
Political considerations appear to be throwing the government's price decontrol experiment off course. Price revisions seem to be dictated by political rather than economic calculations.


PTI
New Delhi, September 14, 2011
The latest data released by the India Meteorological Department shows the country receiving three per cent excess rain.


Chaitanya Kalbag
July 21, 2011
Our cover story this fortnight focuses on the energy crisis. Energy costs are rising unsustainably, some manufacturers are actually moving offshore, and there is a desperate search for captive coal as far afield as Australia. Can India satiate its power hunger?


Puja Mehra
July 20, 2011
A Bill amending the old landacquisition law is slated for introduction in the forthcoming monsoon sessionof Parliament. BT examines key issues the amended legislation mustaddress.


www.businesstoday.in
July 15, 2011
Finance Minister's Address at Business Today CFO Award Function, held on July 5, 2011.


www.businesstoday.in
July 7, 2011
This year the south-west monsoon arrived in Kerala three days ahead of the June 1 date predicted for it by the Indian Meteorological Department, or IMD, raising fears of an uneven monsoon.


PTI
New Delhi, June 16, 2011
Monsoon hit the country's southern coast on May 29 this year, three days ahead of schedule. It is expected to enter soybean growing areas of central India this weekend.


PTI
New Delhi, May 26, 2011
The onset over south Andaman is a week late than the normal May 15-20 dates but scientists say the delay would have no effect on the onset of monsoon over Kerala.


T.V. Mahalingam
March 19, 2011
Despite a boom in commodity prices, tourism and remittances, Kerala faces grave problems. The future of the economy lies in the creation of infrastructure like the ICTT and roadways.


Mail Today Bureau
Mumbai, November 15, 2010
The Reserve Bank of India says above normal rainfall and increased sowing activity in rural areas are expected to ease the pressure on food prices.


www.businesstoday.in
November 14, 2010
The places that you would like to visit completely depend on the kind of traveller you are. Keeping this in mind, R Pallavi puts together a pick of the best places to go to for.


Rishi Joshi
April 30, 2009
Forecast of a near-normal monsoon has raised hopes that India’s agricultural growth might stay on track and prevent the GDP from slipping under six per cent.


Rishi Joshi
August 5, 2008
Inflation is a bugbear that continues to give mandarins in the economic ministries sleepless nights. The latest figures show it at 11.98 per cent for the week ended July 19. Sub-normal rainfall in large parts of India can push inflation to 14 per cent.


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