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Bajaj plans launch of electric 3-wheeler next yr, 2 years ahead of its original date


Bajaj Auto said that the company had made some significant gains on the product putting Bajaj Auto in a position to possibly launch the vehicle next year itself.

India, China, Pak among 10 nations accounting for 95% of HIV infections: UN report


Scales have tipped for the first time in the fight against AIDS as more than half of all people living with the HIV virus now have access to treatment, while AIDS-related deaths have nearly halved since 2005, said the report by the Joint…

RIL AGM: Reliance launches JIOPHONE, for Rs 0


Mukesh Ambani has launched its latest feature phone the Jio Phone, touted to be the most affordable phone in the world.

I-T dept asks large corporations to furnish details of employees not on payroll


The I-T department has noted 13.7 million such individuals to have not filed their returns as they would risk disclosing their actual income.

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Triveni Engineering on scrapping state advised price of sugarcane


Uttar Pradesh (UP) based sugar companies are in focus as the UP government has been sent a letter from the Central Ministry on scrapping the State Advised Price (SAP) on sugarcane. In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Tarun Sawhney, Vice Chairman…

North Korea economy grows at fastest pace in 17 years: Seoul


The Bank of Korea (BOK) said the North#39;s gross domestic product grew 3.9 per cent last year -- the fastest since 1999 when it expanded 6.1 per cent.


Hindi version of every English, regional govt ad now mandatory


The directive was given after receiving an approval from the President.


Be careful once Nifty hits 10K; pharma, telecom can be bought on corrections: ILFS


Vibhav Kapoor of ILFS said the valuations have run up, while earnings growth has been tepid. He sees a correction in the next 2-3 months.


In a year#39;s time, Indian flyers may be able to access Wi-Fi in the sky


The connectivity will be offered by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and International Mobile Satellite Organization (Inmarsat).


Exxon sues US over fine levied for Russia deal under Rex Tillerson


The U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday morning slapped the world#39;s largest publicly traded oil producer with the fine for "reckless disregard" of U.S. sanctions in dealings with Russia in 2014 when Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was…

#39;Kaurnage#39; at Derby: Harmanpreet Kaur guides India to Grand Finale


It is only the second time that India have entered the summit clash of the global event, having lost to Australia in the final of the 2005 edition. Skipper Mithali Raj and senior pacer Jhulan Goswami were part of the Indian team which had…


Right to privacy in digital age: SC asks searching questions


The Supreme Court asked searching questions about contours of right to privacy in the digital age when personal information was randomly shared with all types of government and private entities.

GMR Rajahmundry#39;s Rs 2,366-crore debt to become NPA soon


GMR Rajahmundry#39;s lenders include nine banks such as IDBI Bank and IDFC.

#39;We aren#39;t where we want to be yet,#39; ECB#39;s Draghi says, leaving monetary policy unchanged


He also said that inflation, the target of much of the stimulus, was not where the ECB wanted it to be.

More than half of India#39;s gas-fired power plants idle: Piyush Goyal


Domestic natural gas supply to power sector can improve only in case production levels increase in future


Urban Reality: Is it really a good time for home buying?


A year ago, when CNBC-TV18 reviewed India#39;s residential or home market - we heard most stakeholders pronounce that the worst is behind us. However nobody had a clue about demonetisation, which pushed home buyer sentiments to a new low.…


Pension scheme with 8% fixed rate for the elderly — All you need to know about PMVVY


Finance Minister Arun Jaitley will tomorrow launch a pension scheme for elderly with 8 percent fixed rate of interest on their savings.


India, Japan civil nuclear coop deal comes into force


A landmark civil nuclear cooperation deal between India and Japan that provides for collaboration between their industries in the field came into force on Thursday, eight months after it was sealed.

Government punishes 133 #39;non-performing#39; babus


The action is part of a review being conducted by the central government to check deadwood in its workforce.


Confident to see better FY18 margins than last year: Mindtree


Mindtree has reported disappointing set of Q1 FY18 earnings. Both the revenues and margins have come in lower than expectation. Also the company has lowered its guidance. In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Rostow Ravanan, CEO MD of Mindtree and…

Thursday, Jul 20

Ram Nath Kovind elected 14th President of India — Vote counting and developments of the day


Live updates and reactions after the NDA candidate and former Bihar Governor raced to a comfortable victory over Meira Kumar.

Accept 30-50% pay cut or quit, Jet Airways tells junior pilots


Jet Airways has proposed salary and stipend cuts in letters sent to pilots earlier this month, saying it was forced to take such steps as it was "intensely focused on fleet and network rationalisation".

Investment Imperative betting on renewable energy sector


In an interview to CNBC-TV18, Ravi Kataria, MD of Investment Imperative shared his views on renewable energy sector.

Tata Group may bring all software companies under TCS


India’s salt to software conglomerate Tata Group is giving thought to reorganise its technology and infrastructure businesses in order to reduce the number of companies it manages.

Wednesday, Jul 19

Government not imposing any language on anyone: Prakash Javadekar


The government on Wednesday assured Parliament that it was not trying to impose any language #39;on anybody#39; in the country as it respected all Indian languagues.

IndiGo, Air India lift fly ban on TDP MP Diwakar Reddy


IndiGo and Air India lifted fly ban on TDP MP Diwakar Reddy imposed last month for aggressive behaviour.

State flag: Karnataka wants what Kashmir has, but is it legal?


On Tuesday, the Congress-led government in Karnataka announced the setting up of a nine-member panel to explore the legality of the state having its own flag and to suggest a design for the same.

Aadhaar is making people, not government, more powerful: UIDAI chief


In an exclusive interview to Moneycontrol, UIDAI chief Ajay Bhushan Pandey insists that Aadhaar is no #39;Big Brother#39; ahead of a Supreme Court hearing today on right to privacy.

Tuesday, Jul 18

Mayawati#39;s resignation a #39;drama#39; to create confusion: BJP


BJP general secretary Bhupender Yadav said the Dalit leader was given twice the allotted time to raise her issue in the House and it was "unfortunate" that she did not give due respect to the Chair.

Here#39;s how you can book a 5-star hotel room at 18% GST


The Ministry also clarified that star rating of hotels will not be considered for determining the applicable rate of GST.

Doklam Impasse: Chinese diplomats tell foreign envoys troops running low on patience


Even as India has been contesting China#39;s claim to Doklam, the Bhutanese territory, Chinese diplomats are known to have told foreign envoys stationed in China that the People#39;s Liberation Army (PLA) will wait patiently only for so…

Flipkart lifts bid for rival Snapdeal to up to $950 million


Reuters previously reported that Snapdeal had earlier this month rejected Flipkart#39;s initial bid of between $800 million and $850 million, as its board was unsatisfied with the offer and the payment terms.

Monday, Jul 17

NDA names Venkaiah Naidu as its Vice-President candidate


A political veteran, Venkaiah Naidu is currently serving as a Union Minister of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation as well as the Information and Broadcasting Minister.

Special status to Jammu Kashmir: Centre avoids taking stand, seeks debate


Attorney General K K Venugopal showed up before a bench led by Chief Justice of India J S Khehar to state that the Centre did not wish to file its affidavit over the subject.

UP trims power allocation, projects higher revenue target to accommodate farm loan waivers


Nearly a week ago, the Uttar Pradesh government revealed the State Budget which stated that the government will able to provide loan waivers to small and marginal farmers.

Kulbhushan Jadhav#39;s mercy plea with Pakistan army chief: What happens next?


The Pakistan army on Sunday announced that its chief, General Bajwa is "analysing" the evidence against former Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav.

Sunday, Jul 16

Opposition looks to corner govt in Parliament over several issues


The Congress and several other opposition parties, including the Left, have been critical of the ruling alliance over the cases of violence by self-proclaimed cow protectors who have often attacked Muslims and, in some cases, Dalits.

Anand Mahindra calls for incentives to electric vehicle buyers


The incentive could be in the form of reduction in road taxes or subsidies in insurance, he added.