7.6% growth significant, no need to be sceptical: Shaktikanta Das
NEW DELHI: Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das today said the 7.6 per cent GDP growth is "significant" amid the global turmoil and there is no need to be "sceptical". At the same time, he underscored the importance of reforms. According to data ...
Sharp decline in nominal gross value addition to moderate EBITDA growth
Crisil lowers India's GDP to 7.9% in FY16
Despite higher manufacturing growth, sentiment ebbs
Narendra Modi govt approaches banks for funding Swachh Bharat Mission
The Narendra Modi government is now looking at the private sector to aide its Swachh Bharat Mission and provide financial assistance for building toilets for poor families... By: IANS | New Delhi | February 9, 2016 10:45 PM ...
Modi government approach banks for funding Swachh Bharat Mission
Govt asks banks to pitch in to make India open defecation free
Narendra Modi government approach banks for funding Swachh Bharat Mission
Hindu Business Line
India to spend $1 trillion on power by 2030
Times of India
SYDNEY: Power, coal and renewable energy minister Piyush Goyal on Tuesday offered a $1-trillion -- or approximately Rs 65 lakh crore -- investment cake for Australian companies to come and make in India. The figure spells out the investment estimated ...
Power Ministry pledges Rs 140 crore for sports activities, infrastructure
Shri Piyush Goyal Emphasizes Need for Australian Technology for Efficient Expansion of Renewable Power & Grid ...
India likely to spend $1 trillion on power by 2030: Piyush Goyal
Taiwan developer arrested over quake building collapse
The developer of a Taiwan apartment complex that collapsed during a strong earthquake was arrested today, as rescuers reported hearing signs of life in the rubble where some 100 people are still trapped. Prosecutors in the southern city of Tainan ...
Taiwan Seeks Detention Of Developers Of Toppled Building
Developer quizzed over Taiwan quake collapse
Taiwan developer in custody after deadly quake fells building
The Indian Express
Koirala, a valued friend of India: Modi
Nepal's former Prime Minister Sushil Koirala, who died on Tuesday morning, will be accorded a state funeral on Wednesday. Dignitaries, including External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, paid last respects to him in Kathmandu on Tuesday. Sitaram Yechury ...
Why Sushil Koirala leaves a contested legacy in Nepal
Sushma Swaraj pays homage to Sushil Koirala, offers condolences to Nepal president, PM
Nepal: Sushma Swaraj leads all-party delegation to former PM Sushil Koirala's funeral
Hong Kong 'riots' disrupt New Year
Overnight violent clashes between a group of protesters and the police in Hong Kong have injured scores, raising questions about underlying tensions in the glitzy financial hub. Late on Monday, in the neighbourhood of Mong Kok — a shopping district ...
Hong Kong New Year Celebration Peaceful in Wake of Bloody Riots
Hong Kong activists, police clash over holiday food stalls
Officer fired warning shots during riot to protect injured colleague: Hong Kong police chief
Daily News & Analysis
CBI officers could not understand DoT files: A Raja to court
NEW DELHI: Former Telecom Minister A Raja today claimed he was being prosecuted in the 2G spectrum case as the CBI's investigating officers (IOs) were unable to understand the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) files despite questioning him for ...
2G Spectrum case: CBI officers could not understand DoT files, A Raja tells court
Governors cannot pre-empt Chief Minister's powers: Supreme Court
NEW DELHI: A Chief Minister's exclusive powers cannot be pre-empted by the Governor, whose powers are "limited" under the Constitution and should be exercised in a fair manner to ensure survival of democracy, the Supreme Court said today. "Under the ...
Plea of Arunachal Pradesh rebel Congress MLAs rejected
Arunachal Pradesh crisis: SC rejects plea of two rebel Congress MLAs
Supreme Court declines two Arunachal lawmakers' plea
Times of India
An air pocket may have saved trapped Armyman's life, say experts
Times of India
NEW DELHI: It was nothing short of a miracle that Army soldier Lance Naik Hanumanthappa Koppad was found alive six days after being buried under 35 feet of snow on Siachen glacier — and presumed dead. Health experts say not only the tough survival ...
In images: Training may have helped for two hours, but how did Lance Naik Koppad survive Siachen snow?
How a soldier survived for 6 days buried under 35-feet snow
Miracle at 20500 ft: How Army rescued a hero from Siachen snow
Former Indian diplomat Madhuri Gupta to be charged under OSA for leaking info to ISI: HC
New Delhi: Former Indian diplomat Madhuri Gupta, accused of leaking classified information to Pakistan's ISI, will be charged under the stringent provisions of the Official Secrets Act entailing a maximum punishment of upto 14 years, the Delhi High …
Delhi High Court: Diplomat to be charged under Official secrets Act
Spying case: Former diplomat Madhuri Gupta's charges carry 14-year term
Spying for Pakistan: Indian diplomat may get 14-year jail