India's largest carmaker suffers 2 per cent decline in sales.
Paving the way for projected investments of over $39 billion, the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) today notified the regulations for distribution of gas to households, vehicles and
EFFORTS TO CONTROL PRICES: A DAY AFTER CABINET MEETING Ajay Modi / New Delhi April 02, 2008
Global agricultural commodity prices, which are rising for the last two years, are expected to remain high in the near future, according to the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO).
Sitting on a stock of 5.5 million tonnes of wheat before the marketing season, the Food Corporation of India (FCI) today expressed confidence that it would meet the government's procurement target o
Debi Goenka, treasurer, Bombay Natural History Society
The Maharashtra government has given away about 40 hectare (ha) of grazing land to Dow Chemicals for a research and development facility in Shendi village, 30 km from Pune.
Days after the Fiat-Tata joint venture announced an investment of more than Rs 2,300 crore in the Ranjangaon plant in Maharashtra, Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra have separately committed to inve
The implementation of the Forest Rights Act has begun in most central Indian states.
Cabinet Committee on Prices holds emergency meet late in the evening at PM's residence BS Reporters / New Delhi April 01, 2008 Scraps import duties on edible oil; pulses exports ban stays.
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