The situation arose in the wake of steep fall in sugar prices due to a glut in the market on record production.
Insurance can protect the house's physical structure as well as the belongings against rain-related damages
The reserves had touched a record high of USD 426.028 billion in the week to April 13, after crossing the USD 400-billion mark in September last year, but have since been fluctuating and have declined for many weeks now when the rupee has been under pressure.
The expectation is that any changes suggested by the committee to the regulatory regime should be applied only prospectively.
"Appropriate action will be taken after considering their response," the statement said. A task force headed by Finance Secretary Hasmukh Adhia and MCA Secretary Injeti Srinivas was set up in February 2017 to check the menace of shell companies through a coordinated, multi-agency approach
Four factors that have led to MSMEs wind up their operations include 2015 floods, Cyclone Vardah, demonetisation and GST.
However, according to an UNCTAD report, foreign direct investment (FDI) to India decreased to USD 40 billion in 2017 from USD 44 billion in 2016, while outflows from India, the main source of investment in South Asia, more than doubled.
"Another reason could be non-reporting of procurements which are then supplied in black markets, leading to massive tax evasions. Industries like mobile phones, LCDs, footwear products, expensive bags/apparel/ jewellery may be prone to such modus operandi,"
In addition to her role as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) for the World Economic Forum LLC, Nayyar will help lead the international expansion of the Forum's centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network.
It will make India's exports competitive, bring down current account deficit and we may also no longer see the rupee depreciating, Assocham Secretary General D S Rawat said in a statement released here.
The eighth quarterly employment survey for October-December 2017 quarter was due in May
"Addressing the banking sector balance sheet issues and improving the performance of particular public sector banks is a very important issue for India to support investment and its inclusive growth agenda," IMF Spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters at his bi-weekly news conference.
In the context of rising inflation and additional upside risks to the forecasts due to higher oil prices, exchange rate depreciation and other domestic factors, the IMF thinks that this was an appropriate step by the RBI on Wednesday, Rice said.
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"Walmart-Flipkart deal has to face a new attack as in a major development and bowing to pressure from traders lobby, the Ministry of Commerce has at last acted upon the complaint...made against e-commerce companies for indulging into malpractices and predatory pricing,"
Over the decades, nearly 30 Thai companies are active in the field of infrastructure, real estate, food processing, chemicals, hotel and hospitality sectors in India.
Indian exporters said they were going to lose competitiveness due to the duty hike. India was the biggest supplier of rice to Bangladesh in 2017.
The ministry also issued an order directing the quantity of white/refined sugar stock that every producer of sugar shall hold at the end of June 2018.
Once a job seeker sets 30 minutes or 40 minutes as their preferred travel time to work, job openings located only within that distance will be shown to them.
The bank retained a neutral stance, indicating it would remain flexible in its responses to challenges without hurting economic recovery.
Despite being gung-ho about the NHPS bringing in more sales, the pharma industry is equally worried about the government using low-cost generic drugs to cut down on the cost of the scheme.
The telecom commission has earlier approves amount of up to Rs 4,000 crore for installation of 5 lakh wi-fi hotspots in GPs using BharatNet broadband infrastructure.
During April-May 2018, oilmeals export to Vietnam fell to 51,568 tonnes from 59,578 tonnes in the year-ago period.
"A recovery in investment growth has been followed by an uptick in global productivity growth. On the whole, the buffer of these productivity gains should help the economy withstand the rise in input costs,"
Due to this, the industry may take an estimated hit of Rs 12,000-15,000 crore. This will go up as the compensation amount increases in January 2019