'Mallya's extradition will be a milestone in CBI's quest for excellence'
The judgment also vindicates painstaking investigation by CBI, since Mallya raised issues with regard to admissibility of evidence
UK court plays video of Nirav Modi's death threats to 'dummy directors'
Modi's defence team have claimed a paucity of evidence to prove dishonesty and also questioned the admissibility of some of the evidence
You heard it: Government now says 'we've to learn to live with the virus'
It sounds ominous: The virus is doubling faster, and the peak is possibly more than a month away,
Oil marketing companies shares drop 13%, after hike in excise duty on petrol, diesel
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd shares tanked 13 percent, Bharat Petroleum plunged 9.99 percent and Indian Oil dropped 7.49 percent
Petrol and diesel sales shrink in April; demand expected to pick up this month
The demand is expected to further pick up as more areas were opened up on Monday
Government seeks suggestions from auto industry leaders for resource mop-up
The industry captains also sought liquidity support to component makers and dealerships
Finance Ministry notifies changes in FDI policy under FEMA law
Prior approval of government mandatory for foreign investments, to prevent the opportunistic takeover of domestic firms
Govt clocks Rs 40,000 cr in public procurement transactions through GeM portal
CPPP is operational since 2012 and hosts the Government eProcurement System.
India renews push to sell Air India, puts entire stake on the block
The government in 2018 here tried to sell 76 per cent of Air India and offload about USD 5.1 billion of its debt.
Air India privatisation: Employee unions to meet in Delhi
The government has set March 17 as the deadline for submitting the expression of interest.