Tuesday, Oct 23, 2018 | Last Update : 11:23 PM IST
Central Bank of India had 7.67 per cent stake in IL&FS at the end of March 2018.
Five of six MPC members had voted for keeping rates on hold at 6.50 per cent, surprising most economists.
The SBI said it is the first ever bank to have come up with a digital shopping festival.
No formal talks to try to resolve the trade dispute have taken place since Aug 23.
CVC dissects modus operandi and loopholes in 47-page study of top 100 bank frauds.
Sensex slipped into the negative zone to hit a low of 34,082.76 before ending at 34,134.38.
The NSE Nifty was quoting 49.60 points, or 0.48 per cent,higher at 10,353.15.
The flagship index swung nearly 880 points both ways on alternate bouts of buying and selling during the session.
The Sensex opened distinctly weak at 34,563.29 and continued to slide to touch a low of 34,140.32.
MSI's premium hatchback Swift stood at the first position with sale of 22,228 units in September.
Tata Steel did not revise its bid in August and sought directions from the Supreme Court to quash re-bid for BPSL.
Company's net profit in the corresponding July-September quarter of 2017-18 was at Rs 204 crore.
Netflix will have to tweak the model to achieve success in Indian market.
RIL's revenue rose 54.5 per cent to Rs 1,56,291 crore during the said quarter.
The new motorcycles will be priced at USD 5,799 for the Interceptor INT 650 and USD 5999 for the Continental GT 650.
Volvo has officially announced that the XC40 will be their first all-electric vehicle.
The new prices are effective from today.
Geete said the Heavy Industry Ministry was framing a comprehensive auto policy after consultation with all the stakeholders.
The number of salaried taxpayers has increased from 1.70 crore (assessment year 2014-15) to 2.33 crore (AY 2017-18).
Price of petrol has been reduced by 30 paise to retail at Rs 86.91 per litre in Mumbai.
With this extension, businesses which wish to claim ITC benefit for July 2017-March 2018 period can do so till October 25.
In Mumbai, the petrol price was slashed by 24 paise to Rs 87.84 per litre.
With this extension, businesses which wish to claim Input Tax Credit (ITC) benefit for July 2017-March 2018 period can do so till October 25.