Patna metro rail construction project aims to cope with the increase of traffic demand by constructing the new metro corridor 1 & 2, thereby contributing to improvement of the urban environment and development of the economy as well as mitigation of climate change.
The European Free Trade Association (EFTA) is an intergovernmental organization of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
It is important for each investor now to review the asset allocation of mutual funds to ascertain whether such funds would be impacted by the proposed amendment
Power and roads show maximum promise; a doubling in the share of private sector investment in infrastructure by fiscal 2027 would put India’s GDP on a higher trajectory
Between the whitelisting approach placing onus on government to assess the adequacy of another country’s data protection measures and the blacklisting approach of singling out certain countries for embargos, GoI seems to be leaning towards the latter. Blacklisting is divisive and doesn’t help businesses
The recent banking sector turmoil could result in banks becoming more strict in extending credit, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said at the central bank's March meeting. In other words, a credit crunch is coming. Let’s understand in this video what that means and also how it impacts you.
In today’s edition of Moneycontrol Pro Panorama: India must build consensus on climate funding, fertiliser subsidy likely to drop, Indian policymakers challenge EV investors, booking a fraudster becomes harder, and more
The nine-member panel also includes Tharman Shanmugarathnam, a Senior Minister and former deputy prime minister of Singapore
In a letter to Goyal, the minister of consumer affairs, food and public distribution, the CM said that Odisha became a decentralised procurement state from the Kharif Marketing Season (KMS) 2003-04, and since then, it has been undertaking MSP (minimum support price) operations for procurement of paddy in a decentralised mode.
Is the worst of the global banking crisis behind us? Jim Rogers, Author of Street Smarts: Adventures on the Road and in the Markets and Chairman of Rogers Holdings shares his views on the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) collapse and Credit Suisse turmoil, and on global central banks, and their attempts to tame soaring inflation. In an exclusive interview with Moneycontrol’s Senior Consulting Editor, N Mahalakshmi, he also shares his thoughts on where India stands when compared to other emerging markets and whether gold holds more clout over equities as an asset class at the current juncture. Watch!
Addressing the annual session of Assocham, Amit Shah said, without the development of the country's infrastructure and reduction of logistics costs, development was not possible.
The first meeting of the G20 Trade and Investment Working Group began today in India's financial capital, Mumbai. However, developments a continent away may again dominate talks
Kotak anticipates a 25 bps hike in the upcoming policy, followed by a CRR cut of 50 bps in mid-FY2024 to ease liquidity.
With the proposed change, retail investors may stay away from non-equity mutual funds because if they are risk-averse and conservative in their approach, they may just find it easier to park monies in fixed deposits
Frenzy of activity across the region contrasts sharply with Europe’s moribund market
The fall in raw material prices accelerated since the Union Budget on February 1
The Supreme Court wants banks to hear borrowers accused of fraud and give a reasoned order when labelling them as fraud
Netanyahu revived his political career through an alliance with far-right groups. His acceding to their drastic demands like the overhaul of the country’s judiciary has ended up exposing the deep fault lines behind Israel’s chronic political instability
Unless adequate funding is ensured, the world will fail to avert a climate catastrophe, which will be disastrous for a developing nation such as India
Reducing aerosol emissions is a priority for global health but aerosols also helped in cooling the atmosphere. As aerosol emissions reduce, warming could be as much as twice as rapid between 2010 and 2050 as in the previous four decades
India wants companies in the electronic manufacturing services sector to be controlled by domestic partners, to build domestic technology expertise. But it’s easier said than done
It’s not just trading profits but a host of factors such as bid/ask spreads, impact costs and turnaround time which could get affected temporarily by the increase in securities transaction tax rates
The multilateral institution says nearly all forces that drove economic progress over the last 30 years are fading and the global economy's speed limit is on track to fall to a three-decade low by 2030
Efforts to make banks safer can effectively push risk into other sectors of finance
Trajectories are being worked out to blend green hydrogen in the city gas network and to mandate steel plants, refineries and fertiliser companies to use green hydrogen, Singh told Moneycontrol.