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Ease of doing business: Will India crack the club of top 50 nations?
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Ease of doing business: Will India crack the club of top 50 na...

India’s rank inched up by just one position to 130 in last year’s Doing Business Survey by the World Bank. Days before the World Bank is set to bring out its flagship report assessing ease of doing business, government officials pinned their hopes on reforms in securing construction permits, starting a business and resolving insolvency, to push India’s rank higher.   However, senior voices in the government as well as policy experts are divided over whether the country ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Sensex recovers 117 points on gains in telecom, oil stocks

The broader Nifty of National Stock Exchange scaled the 10,200 mark intra day before closing at 10,184.85, showing a sizeable gain of 38.30 points, or 0.38 per cent. The benchmark BSE Sensex ended its three-day losing run to close higher by nearly 117 points or 0.36 per cent after a volatile trade on the back of gains in telecom, energy, oil & gas, banking and auto stocks. The 30-share index settled higher by 116.76 points or 0.36 per cent, at 32,506.72, driven by gains in Reliance ...
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UPDATE 2-Suicide bomber kills "at least four" at bank in Afghan capital

(Updates casualty total) By Mirwais Harooni KABUL, Aug 29 (Reuters) - A suicide bomber blew himself upat a bank close to the heavily protected U.S. embassy compoundin the Afghan capital on Tuesday, killing at least four peopleand wounding several, the ...
 Sify2 months ago

Quiet digital revolution taking place and it is moving faster than imagined: Bokil

City: Pune A year after demonetisation, Anil Bokil of ArthaKranti, the man whose proposals inspired the move, is gung-ho about the results and the way forward in the fight against corruption After a year of demonetisation of Rs 1,000 and the old Rs 500 bank ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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Markets stay the course, hit new peak on inflows, PMI data

For the second straight week, the Sensex rose, notching up a significant gain of 528.34 points, or 1.59 per cent. The Nifty was up 129.45 points, or 1.25 per cent, during the week. It was another day of records for stocks on Friday as benchmarks Sensex and Nifty crossed new milestones, riding on positive PMI data and more capital inflows.   Services sector activity in India expanded for the second consecutive month in October, driven up by rising new orders -- the fastest pace since June ...
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How Piramal Group plans to spread its wings

Piramal will join the JSW, Vedanta and Tata groups, which are bidding aggressively for distressed assets, especially in the infrastructure and steel sectors. The cash-rich Piramal Group is in the race to buy controlling stakes in Binani Cement and Electrosteel Steels after their lenders asked India’s top conglomerates to bid for distressed assets that have been referred to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) following default on bank loans.   The distressed asset fund of the ...
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RBI's stance disappoints India Inc

Assocham expressed concern over the precarious situation that the manufacturing sector is in, observing that if the trend does not reverse with monetary and fiscal measures it would be difficult for the industry to generate jobs. Disappointed by the RBI's move to leave the key rate unchanged, India Inc on Wednesday said the central bank should have accorded precedence to revving up economic growth while curbing inflation.   The industry argued that a rate cut would have propelled demand ...
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Why the neglect of exports must end soon

It is mind-boggling to find our prime minister putting exports on the back-burner, says Jayanta Roy. Image: The 'Make In India' week was held with great fanfare in Mumbai in February 2016. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters There is euphoria in India about a growth rate of over 7 per cent. There are a lot of suggestions for creating jobs. But there is total silence on revival of the lost export momentum. Export growth is necessary for sustaining high growth and to create jobs in ...
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