Patel said that after the implementation of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, crisis over the non-performing assets was improving.
Experts say there's enough demand from the nation's booming middle class to render it relatively immune to external shocks.
B.N. Srikrishna is leading the effort to draft new data-privacy laws for India that will regulate how tech giants from the US and elsewhere operate in the nation of 1.3 billion.
Due to risks from higher oil prices, rising debt supply and a weakening currency, Pacific Investment Management Co. and Schroder Investment Management Ltd. are wary of adding to holdings in Asia’s highest-yielding major market.
ONGC’s largest shareholder, the central government, has been tapping state-run companies including India’s biggest energy explorer to bridge its fiscal deficit.
Since Nitish Kumar brought in prohibition in December 2015, Bihar’s neighbours Jharkhand and West Bengal have seen steady spikes in their excise revenue.
While the initial release proved popular in terms of downloads, Patanjali’s first foray into technology was quickly criticised online by experts as a 'joke' and 'security disaster'.
The shift in policy next door is expected to cause a glut in global supplies and thus a fall in prices. With India's high capital cost and corporate taxes, locally made supplies can't compete.
As of May, there were 395,025 people waiting for a Green Card under the employment-based preference category. Of these, an estimated 78% were Indians.
Private consumption accounts for more than half of India’s GDP but was dampened by demonetisation and the introduction of a chaotic tax structure last year.