India’s Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi has declared his vision of making India a $5 trillion economy by 2024.
India’s economic slowdown temporary, will reverse in coming quarters: RIL chairman Mukesh Ambani expresses confidence in govt reforms
PM Modi, who was also in Saudi Arabia as the keynote speaker at the FII in Riyadh listed the attractiveness of the Indian economy and invited global businessmen to invest in the country.
Maharashtra will be the first Trillion Dollar state in the country if the Devendra Fadnavis govt continues the momentum
A hitch in the development of Maharashtra will have a direct and immediate impact on the national economy
400 govt departments going to be closed down, don’t hope for govt jobs: Pakistan minister tells students
In the run-up to elections, the Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf had promised to provide 10 million jobs to the youth in its election manifesto.
Parle Biscuits' net profit for FY19 stands at Rs 410 crores.
Amazon, Flipkart festival sales generate Rs 19,000 crores In 6 days, expected to touch Rs 39,000 crore in October alone
The year-on-year (YoY) growth during the festive sale period was 30 per cent, with significant share coming from customers in tier II and III cities.
India has significantly enlarged global profile steered by decisive leadership, shown remarkable resilience amid global slowdown: WEF President Borge Brende
World Economic Forum president Borge Brende said that India can play a crucial role in the development
Recovery in employment generation, 4 million jobs created in last one year: Reports CMIE, known for its proximity to P Chidambaram
CMIE says that there has been an increase in employment with more than 405 million employed during May-August 2019.
Government agencies and state-run companies to clear outstanding dues of vendors and contractors by October 15
In order to spur to growth, finance minister N Sitharaman had instructed fast payment of outstanding dues of micro, small SMEs
China is set to reduce some key interest rates soon to prevent a sharper slump in activities. The interest cuts, if they happen, will be for the first time in over 3 years.