Not so long ago, an Indian company selling carbon credits had a cache of glamour that business-as-usual competitors could only envy. Not any more.
A GROUP of ministers (GoM) is scheduled to meet here on April 2 for considering measures to check spiralling food prices.
THE taps are beginning to run dry in the Capital, although summer's scarcely begun. It's symbolic of a deep-seated problem in the water sector.
IN times when the world is debating the extent to which the developed countries should be made to limit their farm subsidies running into billions of dollars, a question on the temporary export subsid
REAL estate major K Raheja has challenged the Goa government's decision to scrap the approved SEZ before the Bombay High Court.
THE Coca-Cola company and its CEO, Mr Neville Isdell, must be congratulated for some excellent public relations work lately, and in particular, in India.
Inflation management has to remain centre stage in macroeconomic policymaking. The price of everything is likely to be determined by what the oil cartel can squeeze out of us today.
BLACK carbon, emitted from biomass burning, diesel engine exhaust and cooking fires
The government has no immediate plan to import wheat as it is confident of procuring enough quantity for the buffer stock, agriculture and food minister Sharad Pawar said here on Monday.
EXTERNAL affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee on Monday told his American hosts that the government was engaged in the process of resolving the "political problems' in the implementation of the Indo-
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