• India to Replace China as Growth Engine

  • Non-ferrous mining leaseholders face crackdown

  • Govt appoints 17 new joint secretaries

  • PM looks for solution to perk up economy

  • 4-month cement slump may end

  • CIL aims to join big league of miners

  • Demand for flexibility in mineral use

  • Coal imports fall 24% in August, auction looms

  • Growth: One Quarter Blip

  • Housing Min Mulls Mkt Route to Fund Urban Missions

  • Govt to tap markets to fund smart city, affordable homes

  • GST to change Budget structure

  • JK Cement to invest up to INR 1,500 cr in expansion in 3-4 yrs

  • Government of Maharashtra Public Works Division, Akola- E Tender Notice No.17/2017-2018

     

  • Coal prices to stay firm on higher power demand

     

  • Government Put on Hold Auctions for 1 Gigawatt of Wind Power Projects

     

  • Rlys to Start its Biggest Track Renewal Exercise

     

  • Food, Fuel Drive WPI-Based inflation to 4-Month High

     

  • Indian Economy to Grow 6.7% in 2017:UNCTAD

     

  • Budget likely on Feb 1

     

  • Will terminate stuck road projects: Gadkari

     

  • Bullet train on track for debut in 2022

     

  • 11 Buyer line up for Jaiprakash Power

     

  • Spot Power Prices Rise to Three-Year peak of Rs 9 per Unit

     

  • GST: Centre sets up committee to receive profiteering complaints

     

  • Big firms receive advance tax call

     

  • Cloud over India's 175-Gw green target

     

  • IIP Rises 1.2% In July, Inflation Up at 3.36% in Aug

     

  • Government to give delayed highway projects a move on

     

  • New Solar bid rules to boost sector

     

  • E-way bill: DO we need it at all ?

     

  • Stop Complaining, be to part of growth story:Shah to industry

     

  • FinMin to initiate Budget exercise next week

     

  • Builders bet on affordable homes as luxury sales dip

     

  • Coal India Set to Finalise Shakti Contracts Soon

     

  • Govt to Focus on 17 Highway-Airstrips and Water Grid

     

  • Wind Power Developers Upset over Karnataka Tariff Revision

     

  • Ultratech Hopeful of Cement Demand Picking Up

     

  • Govt to hold contest to asses impact of smart city projects

     

  • Highways:Construction picks up pace but behind targets

     

  • "In Pursuit of Excellence "- CMD's Statement, JK Lakshmi Cement

     

  • Rs. 5.5-L-cr River Interlinking to Take Off by Dec

     

  • Street calm despite cement price dip

  • Manufacturing firms may cut 40% staff in 2017

  • Low Coal Stocks Hit Power Units

  • Highway Monetisation to get a Big Boost with TOT

  • Focus on infra, power, exports to boost growth: Rajan to Govt

  • NITI forms task force to push exports, create jobs

  • Smart Cities: Urban affairs min asks states to review progress

  • Exports shrare of GDP must rise substantially: Prabhu

  • Asian Nations face grim Labour future as population ages rapidly

  • Coal India to divert coal movement to fight critical stock in power plants

  • No move to fix national minimum wage at INR 18,000/month

  • Services Stuck in Contraction Zone, PMI at 47.5 in Aug

  • Exporters Demand Total Exemption from GST

  • Cement prices under pressure as GST, monsoon dampen demand

  • Coal India: There's good news finally

  • Can't Let Rivers Die, Will Do All to Clean Them: Gadkari

  • Will Take States on Board for Labour Reforms, Says Gangwar

  • You'll See Results on the Ground in 6 Months

  • Prabhu Starts Off with Exporters' Issues

  • Star Cement looks to invest INR 1,000 cr on clinker plants

  • Cement prices to remain low in second quarter

  • Realty check: A boom that turned into a nightmare

  • Suresh Prabhu: Infra man has to kick-start industrial growth

  • GDP growth to hit 7-7.5% in July-Sept: Rajiv Kumar

  • Rajiv Kumar takes charge as financial services secretary

  • Manufacturing Rebounds in Aug: PMI rises to 51.2

  • Target : Next General Elections

  • Ramco Cements buys back shares worth INR 168 crore

  • FM hopeful of 7% growth as manufacturing 'bottoms out'

  • Emami cement hopes to break even this year

  • Eight core sectors' growth slips to 2.4%

  • GDP growth slows to 3-year low of 5.7%