The Finance Ministry has prepared a tentative list of 11 central public sector enterprises (CPSEs) that will conduct a share buyback during the ongoing financial year.
One of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s key electoral promises was a high speed rail network. And this is a promise he intends to keep. The buzz is that the Indian Railways is moving full throttle to complete several projects
Fuel prices in India are once again inching up. After touching an-all time high of Rs 86.24 on May 29, petrol in Mumbai had come down to Rs 82.94 in the first week of July – Rs 3.30 down. However, gasoline price has once again shot up in the financial capital to Rs 85.
A 2018 global survey by research group Gallup International shows that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is one of the most popular leaders in the world. He is also one of the most followed personalities on Twitter.
Come September, Indian Railways will roll out its first self-propelled, semi-high speed, engine-less train, code-named “Train 18” (named after the year in which it is being manufactured). Built under ‘Make in India’,
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) gave its approval to the consortium of JSW Steel and AION Investments Private II Limited to acquire cash-strapped Monnet Ispat and Energy Limited on Thursday. The resolution plan submitted by the JSW Steel-AION combine was sanctioned by the NCLT with some modifications.
India’s industrial sector, very often plagued with erratic power supply, is increasingly resorting to a new method for solving their energy needs – solar power.
India’s Industrial Production (IIP) declined to a seven-month low of 3.2 per cent in May as compared to 4.8 per cent in April, mainly due to slow manufacturing activity and sluggish performance of power sectors, and the FMCG sector.
Eighteen companies have raised over Rs 23,000 crore via IPOs in the first half of this calendar so far
Railway travellers can vouch train delays are extremely common, making long-distance journeys particularly painful in the country. Almost 30 per cent of the trains were late in the financial year 2017-18, according to official data. The Railways has now decided to address this problem, but only on paper.