Abhijit Roy Chowdhury
Congress may scrap the current structure of goods and services tax and adopt a single rate structure if it wins the election.
Around 900 million voters -- 84 million more than in 2014 -- will elect 543 lawmakers to the lower house of parliament.
Saudi Crown Prince Set to Arrive in China as Asian Tour Rolls On
“Terrorism is a common concern and Saudi Arabia will cooperate with India in fighting it,” MBS said.
India will breach its budget deficit target for a second year as Modi tries to woo voters before an election with more spending.
The latest fund infusion rules out an immediate revival of the government’s plan to sell the ailing carrier.
RBI has adequate powers to regulate and supervise banks, the finance ministry told lawmakers.
The era of India’s coalition politics is back.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government faces a no-confidence vote on Friday.
Cabinet approves proposal to create a sugar stockpile of 3 million metric tons for one year.
Empty Coffers Hinder India Congress Party’s Plans to Topple Modi
India Opposition to Take Chief Justice Dispute to Top Court
Union Cabinet clears ordinance that imposes the death penalty on convicted child rapists.
India’s chief justice accused of misusing his authority to influence cases.
Modi just dropped one of the most contentious elements of his proposed labor reforms.
India pledged to focus its budget on farmers and its rural population.
Indian investors to pay more on securities
India cannot rule out a pause in its fiscal consolidation plan in the year through March: Chief Economic Advisor.
India’s proposal to remove brand names from generic medicines to curb drug prices has stalled.
India’s national sales tax might be the last big-ticket reform from Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Explorer ONGC to buy 51.1 percent stake in oil refiner HPCL.