Following a plea alleging operation of illegal water filling plants near Kashmere Gate, the National Green Tribunal (NGT) has directed the Delhi Jal Board
Delhi Jal Board, civic body told to look into operation of illegal water filling plantsView More
More than 70 per cent of India’s aquifers have dried up, signifying a crisis so grave it may lead people to seek refugee in water rich countries, says Magasayay awar-winning conservationist and environmentalist Rajendra Singh.
70% aquifers have dried : WatermanView More
The finance ministry is working on one more booster dose to give a leg-up to the economy that has hit over six-year low of 5 per cent, a senior finance ministry official said.
Govt considering another 'booster dose' to revive economy: ReportView More
The ongoing slowdown may dampen festive season sparkles as majority of the consumers are planning to spend less than a reasonable amount by October.
Slowdown dampens consumer confidence; may impact festive buying: SurveyView More
Enhancing the scope of Export Credit Insurance Scheme (ESIC) by Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India (ECGC) will help lower the overall export credit cost including interest rates particularly for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME), said Sharad Kumar Saraf, President, FIEO.
MSMEs’ overall export credit cost to be reduced with new loan scheme for exporters, says FIEOView More
NITI Aayog, government’s premier think-tank, has framed draft guidelines for setting up of and operating automated inspection and certification centres for transport vehicles in the country.