Economic Survey 2019: In what seems to be some really good news for Indian citizens, oil prices have been predicted to decline in FY20, as per the document. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that if oil prices decline then it will help keep inflation in check.
Iran on Tuesday (25 June) strongly criticised the United States for imposing sanctions targeting its Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei and other top officials, reports The Hindu.
The Centre has virtually ruled out including petroleum products within the ambit of GST immediately, turning down repeated demands from the aviation sector and oil companies.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi won a thumping majority in the Lok Sabha election dismissing all hullaballoo about rural distress and neglect of the poor. Analysts have credited Narendra Modi government’s LPG scheme among other things for the BJP’s return to power.
With the new month starting today, there are four changes to take place this month which will directly impact your monthly household budget. These include price hike in subsidized and non-subsidized LPG cylinder, time-varying charges for RTGS transaction
Almost two decades back when he was a little-known figure and was contesting his maiden MLA election, his party’s poll ally and Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik saw in him a potential threat.
Weeks after India stopped oil imports from Iran, the Modi government is keen to resume supply from the Middle Eastern country and is looking at ways to make payments in Indian rupee to get around US sanctions, two government sources told ThePrint.
The West Asian cauldron is cooking a bloody potion, which when served has the potential to numb the economic nerves of most nations, including India. There is heightened tension over the recent attack on two Saudi Arabian oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates
India’s major political parties competing in the ongoing general elections have pledged free electricity to farmers, ambitious infrastructure projects and rapid expansion of the manufacturing sector.
According to official government data, India’s villages and households are now almost completely electrified. External research, though, suggests otherwise. Surveys have found that many households still do not have an electricity connection and, even those that do, many receive only sporadic electricity.