A case of huge market fraud has come into light which is unearthed by the Directorate of Revenue Intelligence. The DRI Noida officers reported the fraud of diversion of duty free imported Aluminium Foil to domestic market in the Capital.
Jet Airways lenders are “reasonably hopeful” that the bidding process for the sale of the airline will be successful
It is high on rhetoric and low on specifics
In a bid to woo the poor, the Congress has promised a new minimum income scheme and its strict implementation.
Nyay may or may not help the Congress in the election but, if implemented, it will surely hurt the country
Government is indecorously squeezing money from state-run companies, while doing little to sell them off
When Jet Airways does well, chairman Naresh Goyal becomes a billionaire, when it’s in the dumps, taxpayer foots the bill
Spice Jet has suspended Boeing 737 Max operations following the DGCA's decision to ground the aircraft.
The banking regulator’s proposal to regulate the remuneration of top officials is ill-advised
The proposed sale of 97 oil and gas fields of ONGC and OIL to private companies is asset stripping
PM speech on jobs was unconventional in the extreme and didn’t sound convincing.
For the first time in one and a half years, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today cut the repo rate by 25 basis points or 0.25 per cent.
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