The latest outflow comes following a net infusion of close to Rs 5,200 crore in the capital markets, both equity and debt, last month.
The upcoming tariffs will be on a list of items including internet technology products and other electronics, consumer goods, furniture and lighting products, tires, plastics and car seats for babies, among others.
The finance minister said the government will spend 100 percent of the budgeted capital expenditure by March 2019
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The US stock markets – Dow and Nasdaq – are once again at their lifetime highs, while stock indices in India too reached their record high recently before receding a bit.
The remuneration of the Anganwadi workers has been raised from Rs 3,000 to Rs 4,500 per month; the mini Anganwadi workers' pay has been hiked from Rs 2,250 to Rs 3,500.
President Donald Trump threatened late last month to pull his country out of the WTO, which arbitrates trade disputes if it does not "shape up."
Fuel prices have been on a rise since mid-August, rising almost every day due to a combination of a drop in the dollar-rupee and rise in crude oil prices.
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The gains were curbed though by reports US President Donald Trump instructed aides to proceed with tariffs on about $200 billion more of Chinese products.
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While noting that the RBI is watching the situation on a continuous basis, he said the Indian economy is on a strong footing with forex reserves of $400 billion.
Modi met Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, RBI Governor Urjit Patel and other key officials involved in economic policymaking. The deliberations will continue tomorrow, the sources said.
News of the meeting and the idea of another round of NRI bonds breathed new life into the markets.
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This is the second consecutive week of major fall in the reserves which indicates that the central bank has been selling the greenback to fight the fall in rupee
Demands for herbs and aromatic plants such as ateesh, kuth, kutki, karanja, kapikachhu, shankhapushpi have been on a rise owing to increase in consumption of ayurvedic medicines and personal care products.
The rupee breached the historic low of 72 level this week, marking year-to-date losses of more than 13 percent.
Crises are cathartic events that release built-up pressure and provide policymakers an opportunity to drive radical reform. It may still be too early to assess if the opportunities were adequately availed.
The government may bring on board multiple partners based on the framework’s design.
The agency is specifically investigating the role of the then Government of India Joint Secretary (banking), Amitabh Verma, as they found several references to in Mallay's emails.
A slowing property market could sharply increase the risks to China's economic outlook, especially if a tit-for-tat trade war with the United States worsens.
"The present challenge can be effectively dealt with," said Rathin Roy, in a blog, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting on Saturday to consider steps to address weak rupee and rising fuel prices.
Economists believe that the government must take immediate measures to boost exports to earn more dollars and contain the trade and current account deficit.