Prime Minister Narendra Modi today dubbed the north east the new engine for India's development and said the country's growth story will remain incomplete till the east comes at par with the west.
The government will not extend the deadline for sale of pre-GST packaged products with stickers of revised rates after March 31, Consumer Affairs Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said today.
The Lok Sabha today passed the crucial Finance Bill 2018 and a Rs 89.25 lakh crore spending plan for the next fiscal year without discussion amid ruckus, which led to the adjournment of both the Houses of Parliament for the eighth day.
The DTAB sub-committee has been given six months to complete the hearing process.
The Supreme Court today extended the March 31 deadline for linking Aadhaar with various services till the five-judge constitution bench delivers its judgement on petitions challenging the validity of the biometric scheme and the enabling law.
The Reserve Bank today tightened the guidelines for hedging commodity price risks and freight risks in overseas markets, which will come into effect next financial year, by limiting the tenor of all bank instruments in trade finance areas.
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) today inked an agreement with the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for increased cooperation in effective implementation of the insolvency law.
There is all round criticism that the RBI should have supervised banks better
Inflated margins and price gouging are quite prevalent in Indian private healthcare market.
Government think tank NITI Aayog today said it will work out a mechanism for implementation of the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for different crops in the country.
The Supreme Court is likely to pronounce tomorrow its judgement on a petition seeking recognition of 'living will' made by terminally-ill patients for passive euthanasia.
A scheme to provide various visa services to foreign nationals online is underway after the execution of the highly successful e-Visa scheme, the Ministry of Home Affairs said today.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today extended the last date for submitting application for the national medical entrance exam-NEET till March 12.
A parliamentary panel has observed that there was a shortfall of nearly Rs 23,526 crore in the demands for grants of the home ministry in 2017-18 and it might "severely hamper" the operations of the security forces.
Cutting across party lines, Rajya Sabha members today voiced concern over incidents of crime against women and made a strong case for early passage of the bill to provide 33 percent reservation to women in Parliament and state assemblies.
The GST Council in its meeting on Saturday is likely to extend the deadline for filing of simplified sales return GSTR-3B by three months till June.
A key component of the draft was the height – 200 feet from ground level – above which operators won’t be allowed to fly their drones
The GST council would look at finalising the module proposed by Nandan Nilekani to simplify filing of returns in its upcoming meeting on March 10, an official said today.
The government today said it had sanctioned a Rs 2,000-crore compensation package for the refugees from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) living in Jammu and Kashmir.
India seeks to further strengthen its bilateral cooperation with Egypt in the textiles sector through trade and investment, India's ambassador here said today.
Policies of the physical world cannot be simply "exported" to the digital world which is seeing rapid technological advances such as artificial intelligence (AI) and convergence of devices, TRAI Chairman R S Sharma said today.
Depending on the type of syringe, MRPs are marked up on average between 214 percent and 664 percent. The MRP on needles ranged from 57 percent to 356 percent.
Aadhaar number and issue of invoice for sale of alcohol has been made mandatory for retail liquor vends in Haryana, a top official said.
Rs 221.75 crore collected under Clean Ganga Fund (CGF) as on January 31 this year is unutilised, the Rajya Sabha was informed today.
The government will constitute a group to suggest necessary changes in the policy for special economic zones (SEZs), Parliament was informed today.