India Inc expressed disappointment Monday at the BJP’s promise to ban FDI in multi-brand retail if voted to power, and urged the party to reconsider its position.
The president of the country’s apex industry chamber CII, Mr Ajay Shriram, denied that India Inc was supporting anyone individual or party in the Lok Sabha elections.
The last Budget of the Congress led UPA-II is expected to be high on rhetoric in view of the coming Lok Sabha elections. Even though it will be an interim budget, finance minister P. Chidambaram has, in the past, indicated that he can change indirect taxes in the interim budget wherever it is needed to boost growth.
Want to buy condoms, but without inviting any attention? A new mobile application now available on Google Play and Apple store enables people shy of going to chemists to buy condoms by ordering them through it. Condoms would be delivered discreetly and perhaps save many the blushes if they had to go to the chemist instead.
World’s biggest mineral fertiliser producer, Norway-based Yara, said on Wednesday that it has accepted a corporate fine and confiscation of NOK 295 million (35.4-million-euro) for alleged unacceptabl
The communications department on Saturday postponed 2G spectrum auction to February 3 as issues like spectrum usage charge is yet to be settled.
Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday admitted that “today corruption is the biggest issue” and advocated moving from a system where those in government have “arbitrary powers” to a rule-ba
Calling the passage of the Lokpal Bill as a huge step, Congress vice-president Gandhi said there is a need to go further.
PSU banks will offer cheap loans to consumers to buy two-wheelers, televisions, washing machines, air-conditioners and refrigerators, among others, in an attempt to stimulate demand and boost growth.
Users of Google’s instant messaging service (also known as GTalk) on Wednesday complained that the messages sent using the popular chat services were being delivered to the wrong recipients.