Environment and Labour Ministries express concern
The ambitious National Manufacturing Policy on Thursday got in-principle approval of the high level committee headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh amid serious concerns by various members, including objections by the Environment and Forests and Labour Ministries over the creation of national investment manufacturing zones (NIMZs).

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Archaic labour laws are not affecting India

On the back of an impressive surge in exports during the last fiscal, the government today set an ambitious export target of $500 billion by 2013-14, more than double of $246 billion achieved in 2010-11.

Use and transportation of explosives in mining areas of Central Coalfields Limited (CCL) will soon be monitored online and in adherence to guidelines provided by Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (Peso), a wing of the Union ministry of commerce and industry.

With several CCL mining areas located in Naxalite pockets, safety and transportation of explosives have always been a matter of

The commerce ministry is planning to assess trade benefits accrued from the several bilateral agreements India has entered into, sources told The Indian Express.

Scientists Had Collected Swabs Between Sept & Oct 2010
New Delhi: India on Thursday seriously objected to biological samples in the form of

The government today released a draft strategy paper for doubling exports to $450 billion by 2014, a move towards managing the widening trade deficit, which presently stands around $115 billion as per the estimates.

India and Japan have set a target of achieving $25 billion worth of bilateral trade by 2014 from the present $10.3 billion even as both countries have signed the much-awaited Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (Cepa) that will see about 94 per cent tariff reduction in goods ranging from cars to shrimps and easier movement of nurses and chefs.

The deal was signed between Commerce and I

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Commerce Ministry refused to reconsider the approval despite Chemicals Ministry plea