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Only 1,334 MW of solar rooftops installed: CSE

The CSE report points out that the “dominance” of large-scale rooftop installations by commercial, industrial, institutional and government/PSU segments has meant that “attention to the residential solar rooftop segment has lagged behind.

Allegations over allocation of microwave spectrum baseless: Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha

Manoj Sinha says that bidding rules do not apply to backhaul airwaves

MGNREGA gets additional Rs 6,000 crore; highest ever total allocation in a fiscal

Over the last four years the Centre has completed major reforms in the MGNREGA to transform it into a resource for sustainable livelihoods for the poor, the Union Rural Development Ministry said.

Internet companies say committed to fair, transparent polls in India

No online platform should be abused to undermine the integrity and sanctity of democratic processes, IAMAI said on a panel’s suggestion of a formal line of communication between EC and social media companies

Passenger vehicle sales dip marginally in December; fifth monthly decline since July

According to Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (Siam) data, passenger vehicle (PV) sales in December stood at 2,38,692 units, marginally down from 2,39,723 units in December 2017.

Mumbai court junks Raymond CMD’s plea against father’s autobiography

Gautam Singhania had filed the suit in September 2018 seeking an injunction on the proposed book, and also sought a copy of the book's manuscript.

Bharat Gold Mine employees seek Centre’s intervention to resolve issues

Bharat Gold Mines Ltd was closed in March 2001 and the Union Cabinet in 2006 decided to dispose of assets and liabilities of the company through an open tender for smooth closure.

GST rate cut: From movie tickets to TVs, here’s full list of items set to get cheaper

Six items have been taken out from the highest GST bracket of 28 percent, thereby leaving only 28 items in the slab. Now, the 28 percent slab is restricted to only luxury and sin goods, apart from auto parts and cement.

Platform for Smart Cities to share data on anvil, could be monetised

A Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) official said that while the concept of paid contracts is not in the discussion currently, this will be a precursor to a monetised marketplace of Smart City data.

Unfavourable base: November export growth falls to 0.8%

Trade deficit eases to $16.7 billion while import growth slows to 4.3 per cent.

NCLAT dismisses Edelweiss pleas challenging Synergy resolution plan

Lenders to the debt-ridden firm had on June 24, 2017 approved Synergies Dooray’s resolution plan, with 91.06 per cent majority, submitted by a related party Synergies Castings (SCL) that provided for merger of SCL with SDAL.

Petrol, diesel to soon cost less in Delhi than UP

Sources said when rates are falling, VAT in Uttar Pradesh is levied on fixed per litre term because that is higher than ad valorem rate. And so the reductions in the states have been smaller when compared with Delhi.