Badly hit by a shrinking market and idle capacity, local manufacturers of solar cells and modules have decided to approach the government again seeking to impose a ‘safeguard duty’ on imported equi
New contracts signed after December 14, under JNNSM, have to be without domestic content requirement
The farmers are in trouble because the glut means that the value of the crop has gone down
This is the third attempt by the Indian panel makers to approach DGAD for anti-dumping duty
12,000 MW of solar power generation under mandatory domestic sourcing
NEW DELHI: India should play a proactive role in promoting open global markets to fill vacuum in the international leadership, The Economic Survey today said.
Puts on hold decision on approaching WTO panel against US
BHOPAL: After Chinese crackers and lights whose sale have been banned by some districts in the state, it is the turn for Chinese threads (manja) used for kite flying.
Localisation vital for developing nations, says SA Minister
The US has said it will urge the World Trade Organisation to enforce the panel and appellate reports that found India's policies "discriminatory" against American solar products.
Forfeiting our commons
The Lancet’s Series on Maternal and Child Undernutrition
President Obama's grand climate plan does not add up
Climate change can no longer be ignored
NGO demands withdrawal of Niyamgiri gram sabha notificatio