The amendments are being viewed as 'fresh emergency measures', FM Sitharaman said.
The loans would be sanctioned to states at cost plus a nominal fee to clear dues worth Rs 67,237 crore owed to gencos till August-end.
Sale of medicines through unlicensed online platforms is prohibited until draft rules to regulate e-pharmacies are finalised and put in place.
When asked if a new inter-ministerial panel would be constituted to address the issue, a government source said no.
According to officials, power tariffs can fall 3 to 5 paisa per unit across the country
So far, only NBFCs with assets of over Rs 500 crore have been brought within the scope of IBC
BSNL, MTNL and Jio were also among the 155 participants who attended to discuss the January 1, 2020 date for the Bill and Keep regime, which would replace IUC
Noting that interchangeability is the key element, JPPL Managing Director Manish Dureja said there is only a brand change and new benefits and features will be part of the programme
Vodafone India has to pay AGR fees worth Rs 39,000 crore
The move is aimed at saving cost and sharing the burden of investments towards electric vehicles (EVs).
Vodafone CEO Nick Read has called the situation “critical"
Vodafone Idea had in September approached the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) Secretary Anshu Prakash to request the moratorium for spectrum dues
The delay in the deal will also result in a lower payment to Vodafone Idea for its around 11.15 per cent stake
Telecom companies will have to pay up as much as Rs 92,642 crore to the government, more than half of which are owed by Airtel and Vodafone.
The biggest challenge traditional financial institutions face comes from fin-tech startups and Silicon Valley giants
Purwar said the Rs 850-crore pay-out would be given before Diwali “from our own resources on accruals”
"We are looking into why such disproportionate rise in the loans were not noticed by the regulators," Mumbai Police Commissioner Sanjay Barve said
The new tariff, which came into effect on October 10, will not be applicable until the user’s existing plan expires.
Scrapping IUC would incentivise technological evolution, preserve competition and ultimately benefit consumers.
The employees have also planned lunch-hour protests and want to know what the government is doing to revive the two companies.
Most vocational or professional training programmes are already expensive
A weak mutual funds (MFs) space and struggling non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) have triggered the surge as stakeholders turn risk averse
The government has acknowledged that lending to the sector has stalled and assured of steps to encourage banks to push loans
These measures will help tackle the precarious position of non-banking financial companies (NBFCs)
We expect some announcements/recommendations, including an increase in the refinance support to micro, small and medium enterprises and housing sector- the key focus segments of NBFCs/HFCs, to bolster their liquidity position