India Joins China, Europe in Hitting Back at Trump on Trade
India may cut down on issuance of shorter-maturity bonds, a senior government official said.
Government to revise road map for Air India sale after first attempt ended with zero bids.
India’s gold imports shrank 39 percent in May, according to a person familiar with the information.
Modi’s offer to sell flag carrier Air India attracted zero interest from investors.
India may scrap incentives aimed at boosting exports of certain products after U.S. complained to the WTO.
The probe is a setback to AirAsia’s expansion.
Gold imports by India declined in April, falling for a fourth month amid lackluster sales.
Gold imports by India, the largest market after China, fell by almost half last month.
India Cuts First Half Borrowing Plan in Surprise to Markets
Government may allow more time for the restructuring plans of defaulting companies to be approved, sources said.
India is clipping the wings of businessmen it considers a flight risk.
India has compiled a list of people it is considering barring from leaving the country.
The Enforcement Directorate has written to the heads of 31 banks asking to meet officials about the fraud.
Government in talks with SEBI to ensure publicly traded companies promptly report any defaults.
India’s fraud office will inquire into reports of alleged siphoning of cash by the Singh brothers.
PNB fell the most in a week after reporting a $1.8 billion fraud in a Mumbai branch.
India Markets Regulator Probing Matter Involving Singhs' Fortis
Under the National Health Protection Scheme, each family will get a cover of up to Rs 500,000.
Securities transaction tax to stay, says Finance Secretary.
Ten Indian foreign single-brand retailers will start operations after Modi removed the need for a federal approval.