Thursday, Apr 26, 2018 | Last Update : 01:47 AM IST
Trade deficit for the year ending in March widened to $156.8 billion from $105.72 billion in the previous year.
All the 21 public sector banks had gross bad loans of over Rs 7.33 lakh crore.
Government considering raising the FDI limit to 49 per cent for some time now.
The wholesale prices of food articles fell 0.29 per cent in March compared to a 0.88 per cent rise in the previous month.
Banks requested the RBI to make the required majority to 75 per cent for any such plan.
Sensex fell over 115 points while the Nifty closed below 10,600 on Wednesday.
The corresponding rates were 66.3622 and 81.0548, as on yesterday.
Also, oil prices for June delivery was trading lower by Rs 8, or 0.18 per cent.
Yellow metal rose 0.5 per cent on Tuesday to break a three-session losing streak.
The council will also lend support in areas like gender sensitisation training for driver partners.
It had posted a standalone net profit of Rs 52.66 crore in the January-March quarter of 2016-17.
The combined company, which will lag only China Tower, will remain listed on Indian bourses.
Job security emerged as the top factor for an employee to stay with the current employer.
The step-down subsidiaries include Videocon Telecom, Electro World and Millennium Appliances.
On encountering Adamas, one is immediately drawn to the spirit of ecstasy.
The company earlier this month had said it would ride in 10 new models to the country this fiscal year.
The government has recently made it mandatory for all cars manufactured after July 2019.
The company said its domestic sales stood at 9,016 units in March as against 8,700 units in the year-ago month.
The revised HRA structure, under the seventh CPC, came into place in July 2017.
Cryptocurrencies threaten payments providers who charge a commission of up to 7.2 per cent.
Arun Jaitley-chaired GST Council will meet on May 4 to discuss a simpler return form and the amendments required.
Several developed economies, including the US, are keen on an agreement in WTO on e-commerce.
Agricultural commodities, including food commodities and raw materials, are anticipated to see a price rise of over two per cent this year.