Following are some of the special business stories PTI will be releasing today:
New Delhi: The commerce and industry ministry has started the exercise to revise base year to 2017-18 for computation of wholesale inflation with a view to present more realistic picture of the price situation, a government source said.
New Delhi: With the resumption of long-stalled negotiations on free trade pact between India and the European Union gaining ground, domestic automobile industry wants cars to be kept out of the agreement.
New Delhi: Regulator Sebi as well as stock exchanges have stepped up surveillance to keep a close tab on possible manipulations and excessive volatility in the markets ahead of assembly elections results in Karnataka.
New Delhi: Domestic stock market this week will be guided by a range of factors like Karnataka election results, inflation data, crude oil price movement and quarterly earnings by some blue chip companies, say experts.
New Delhi: The Union Cabinet may soon consider for approval the proposal entailing financial support of Rs 9,381 crore in the second phase of the FAME India scheme spanning five years to boost adoption of energy-efficient vehicles in the country, official sources said.
New Delhi: The Centre has sought from states like Chhattisgarh, Goa, Jharkhand and Odisha the list of the mineral blocks likely to go under the hammer in the current fiscal, besides the status of the statutory clearances of those mines that have been auctioned.
New Delhi: ONGC Videsh Ltd, India's flagship overseas oil investment firm, has dragged Sudan to an international arbitration court to recover over USD 400 million in unpaid oil dues pending since 2011.
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