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Green laws to the wind! Industry will soon be able to fell trees without tribal consent

Green laws to the wind! Industry will soon be able to fell tre...

Environment ministry readies draft to dilute tribal rights to help India Inc Image: After the Prime Minister’s Office overruled the tribal affairs ministry, the environment ministry has prepared a draft which will re-interpret the Forest Rights Act. Photograph: Reinhard Krause/Reuters After a lot of back and forth, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government is ready with a notification to dilute tribal rights that would make it possible for most industries to chop down traditional ..., 1 hour ago

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More gainers than losers in India Inc from Budget

Image: It’s time to take off for India Inc. Photograph: Reuters     Even as the markets initially reacted negatively due to lack of ‘Big Bang’ measures and as they sought clarity on various issues, it seems there are more gainers than losers from the Union Budget proposals.  One statement by the finance minister, “time for take-off”, perhaps sums it for India Inc.  For one, though not immediately, gradual lowering of the corporate tax rate ...
 Rediff.com16 hours ago India Inc worried over delay in key reforms  Rediff.com5 days ago What went wrong with India Inc in Q3  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Taylor, Buttler deny India tri-series final berth  Rediff.com1 month ago

Gold deposit scheme can fetch Rs 1 trillion: SBI Research

Describing the proposed gold deposit scheme as ‘game changer’, the State Bank of India's economic research department has said it will help attract at least Rs 1 trillion in deposits on the precious metal. "The proposed introduction of a gold deposit scheme is a big positive and conservative estimates show that the monetary value of gold deposits mobilised may be at least Rs 1 trillion," it said in note on Sunday. It will be a ‘game changer’ by incentivising the banks to ...
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Economic Survey pegs growth rate at over 8%

Indian Economy is looking-up with brighter prospects amongst the world’s major economies today. The Economic Survey 2014-15 presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley to the Parliament on Friday indicates that a clear political mandate for reform and a benign external environment now is expected to propel India on to a double digit trajectory. It states that Indian economy appears to have now gone past the economic slowdown, persistent inflation, elevated fiscal deficit, slackening ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Economic Survey: 10.6% rise in female literacy rate  Rediff.com3 days ago World's 10 freest economies, India lags behind  Rediff.com1 month ago US Back at the Helm of the Global Economy as Employment Rises  NewsHub South Africa1 month ago

Mahi's shock exit catches India off-guard

NEW DELHI : India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s sudden decision to quit Test cricket caught the country’s media and former players by surprise, even though many felt his time at the top was over. Dhoni’s retirement from the longer format on ...
 Himalayan times2 months ago Once the game is over, Kohli will be best buddies with Steyn!  Rediff.com1 week ago Will Dhoni persist with Dhawan against Pakistan?  Rediff.com2 weeks ago India v UAE: Perth prepares for a David and Goliath battle  Rediff.com3 days ago

How Dhoni's belief in Ashwin is paying off...

‘You saw the results yourself. I don't need to say that. He took four wickets, he bowled extremely well’ India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrates with Ravichandran Ashwin. Photograph: Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images Ravichandran Ashwin was one of the spinners picked for India's Test tour of Australia and as a senior slow bowler, he would have been expected to make the starting XI of the opening Test. Scorecard Prem Panicker: India sustain their intensity, to a point Rohit Sharma, ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago World Cup 2015: Know the Indian cricket team  Rediff.com3 weeks ago India need to play well consistently to make semis: Azharuddin  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Not surprised at India's ouster: Bailey  Rediff.com1 month ago

Forex reserves of $1 trillion will help India become a geo-political power

A ‘war-chest’ of foreign exchange reserves worth up to $1 trillion in the long run can help India bolster its geo-political influence in an increasingly inter-connected economic world, says the Economic Survey. "If power used to flow from the barrel of a gun, in an increasingly inter-dependent economic world, hard and soft power derive from a war-chest of foreign exchange reserves. “China's abundant reserves have highlighted this fact," said the survey for 2014-15 tabled in ...
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Kohli sports Mohawk for Proteas clash. Check it out

Last Sunday, images of Virat Kohli were all over the place after he demolished Pakistan in India’s opening World Cup match in Adelaide. - Virat Kohli fan? Solve this World Cup puzzleHis composed 107 off 126 balls earned the defending champions a 76-run victory over their arch-rivals.Ahead of the team’s second outing in the tournament against South Africa, he is again in the news. This time though it is not for one of his hurricane knocks but his brand new 'Mohawk' haircut. Check out ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago World Cup Diary: Now, video games on Virat Kohli  Rediff.com1 week ago

World Cup Blog: Is the Indian media conspiring against the Pakistan team?

Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez. Photograph: Francois Nel/Getty Images Pakistan’s star all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez denied Indian media reports which quote him as saying that the team’s chief selector Moin Khan and coach Waqar Younis are sidelining captain Misbah-ul Haq. Asked to comment on the Press Trust of India report, a clueless Hafeez told the Dawn: “I have not said anything like this. This is propaganda aimed at maligning the Pakistan team. Click here to read more Mohammad ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Gloom in Pakistan camp after India bashing  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

India's forex kitty high, but may not cushion extreme volatility: RBI

Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor H R Khan on Tuesday said though the country's forex kitty was at an all time high of $330 billion, there should be no complacency as no amount of reserves may be enough to fight extreme volatility. "Foreign currency reserves have improved. “Right now we're at $330 billion, highest ever. But there is also a view that no amount of foreign exchange reserves can cushion when there is extreme volatility or external shocks," Khan said, days after weekly ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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