Even as the 16-nation RCEP (Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership) ministerial in Laos on August 5 will mainly focus on liberalisation in goods trade, India has made it clear that it doesn’t favour an “early harvest”, a person aware of the developments told FE.
India today called upon all the sides in Turkey, which has witnessed violence after an attempted military coup, to support democracy and mandate of the ballot and avoid bloodshed even as it advised its nationals to stay indoors.
Navjot Sidhu's ex-MLA wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu on Tuesday cleared the air by saying that there is no chance for the cricketer turned politician to return to BJP. Addressing a press conference, she said that Navjot Sidhu wanted to work for Punjab.
Police on Saturday seized copies of major Urdu and English newspapers in the Kashmir Valley following midnight raids on the printing press creating an information blackout as mobile services also remained suspended.
From Satyam to Kingfisher, most examples of corporate fraud have shown up the auditor as either unequal to the task or even complicit—and this applies not to small fly-by-night auditors, but many of the big audit firms.
The Congress party on Friday indicated that it could support the crucial constitutional Bill for the goods and services tax (GST) in the Rajya Sabha if the government agrees to cap the tax rate in the statute, a climbdown from its earlier demand that the rate ceiling be specified in the Constitution itself.