In September 2016, India dragged the U.S.
Food and beverages giant PepsiCo on Friday offered to settle lawsuits against nine Gujarat-based farmers whom it had filed suits over the issue of growing and selling a particular variety of potato
India had imposed safeguard duty of up to 25% on solar cells imports from China and Malaysia for two years to protect domestic players from a steep rise in inbound shipments
NEW DELHI: Public health activists fear that India, Brazil and other developing countries could be caving in to US pressure going by the latest version of the UN’s draft political declaration on tu
In 1995, India became a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO) incurring obligations to provide market access to goods from other countries.
Ministry officials said they have received several representations from several industry bodies and they are being studied
In a move that could brighten the prospect for domestic solar equipment manufacturers, who are in the throes of fighting cheaper Chinese imports, the government is set to finalise a comprehensive s
NEW DELHI: India’s decision to impose safeguard duty on imported solar cells drew criticism from the European Union and Japan at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) on Monday, with the two trade gia
He said environment and environmental products would also find place in the new policy as it would focus on sustainability issues
A group of doctors have written a letter to PM Modi demanding that the Centre exercise its right of ‘Compulsory Licensing’ (CL) for Bedaquiline and Delaminid, which treat drug-resistant forms of th
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