Jammu, Aug 21 Oil tanker operators supplying petroleum products to Kashmir and Ladakh went on an indefinite strike on Sunday, alleging that they were being targeted by mobs in the Valley.
New Delhi, Feb 20 Diversified EPC conglomerate Punj Lloyd on Monday said it won two contracts worth Rs 348 crore in its verticals- pipelines from the Mumbai Port Trust and in tankage from Adani Group.
New Delhi Sep 11 Sky-rocketing prices of pulses are likely to moderate with the government on Friday announcing to procure 15000 tonnes of Urad and Tur pulses from across the globe which would shortly arrive in the domestic market.
New Delhi, Sep 15 India's trade deficit in August this year at $7.67 billion witnessed a 38 per cent fall compared to the same month last year at $12.40 billion, commerce ministry data showed on Thursday.
New Delhi, Jan 11 Fitch Ratings has downgraded India's rating to 6.9 per cent for 2016-17 from the earlier 7.4 per cent due to uncertainty over the benefits of demonetisation.
New Delhi, July 26 Thousands of autorickshaw drivers went on an indefinite strike on Tuesday in the national capital against app based taxi services, badly affecting commuters.
Tehran, June 19 Iran has reached an agreement with the US Boeing to purchase 100 passenger planes to renew the country's aging fleet, the media reported on Sunday.
Mumbai Aug 26 Indias Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) has approved Japanese insurance company Tokio Marine increasing its stake in its Indian joint venture Edelweiss Tokio Life Insurance from 26 percent to 49 percent the company announced on Wednesday.
New Delhi, June 9 Vodafone's former global Chief Executive Officer Arun Sarin will be joining the advisory board of Truecaller, an official statement said on Thursday.
Canberra, Feb 10 Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Friday railed against excessive salaries being paid to the nation's top business leaders and bureaucrats.