The government has announced Rs 70,000 crore capital infusion for 22 PSU banks by March 2019.
However, banks will need to make an upfront provision of at least 20 per cent for the entire exposure.
‘Meeting is expected to witness conflicting recommendations being made to the defence minister’
The court which hears cases pertaining to Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) will pronounce its order in the case on June 13.
The port would see investment in many areas such as port-road connectivity and port-rail connectivity
The residential real estate market, which had witnessed a slump in project launches in 2015, showed a visible comeback in the first quarter.
The IIP data reveals 9 of the 22 industry groups in manufacturing sector showed negative growth in April 2016.
Switzerland has been facing pressure as countries step up efforts to curb illicit fund flows. In this regard, the Federal Council has adopted the dispatch on amending Tax Administrative Assistance Act.
They said the court may pronounce its order on the Enforcement Directorate plea on June 13.
India's factory output falls by 0.80 per cent in April.
Group Chairman Prabhas Chandra Rout was arrested by Crime Branch sleuths from a temple at Hauz Khas area in New Delhi where he was hiding under a false name, said Special DG, Crime, B K Sharma.
India is the world's second-largest sugarcane exporter and contributed to 5.3 per cent of world exports.
Yes Bank announced the acquisition on June 9
GAIL is benefiting from lower natural gas price in the domestic market and imports as well as the recent strength in the petrochemical product prices.
The asset quality of the banks will remain under pressure over the next 12 months and increased provisioning would constrain profitability and limit internal capital generation.
The Parliamentary Standing Committee on Commerce had suggested that a study group be set up to examine the effect of FDI on brownfield pharma or operational firms.
The euro plunged to a fresh three-year low of 120.315 yen on Thursday before paring losses.
Dealers attributed the rupee's fall at 66.87 to increased demand for the US currency.
The referendum in UK that will take place on June 23, 2016, may see UK exit from European Union.
The wider NSE Nifty closed a shade lower than the 8,200-mark at 8,170.05, down 33.55 points, or 0.41 per cent, after shuttling between 8,162.85 and 8,265.60.