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Sensex, Nifty End Volatile Session Higher On New Stimulus Hopes

India's government is working on the next stimulus package to support the economy amid positive signs of a fall in COVID-19 cases, a senior finance ministry official said on Wednesday.

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Indian Government Working On Next Stimulus Package - Finance Ministry Official

The government has received suggestions from various ministries and sectors on needed measures, Tarun Bajaj, economic affairs secretary at the ministry of finance, told a virtual conference.

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ADB, India Sign $270 Million Loan To Improve Urban Services In 64 Madhya Pradesh Small Cities

The project will receive support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, specifically for the integration of Citywide Inclusive Sanitation principles into the planning, design, implementation, operation, and maintenance of the sanitation subprojects

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International payment gateway, DokyPay joins the Payment Council of India

International payment gateway, DokyPay joins the Payment Council of India

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Indian Government Names Shashanka Bhide, Ashima Goyal, Jayanth Varma As New MPC Members

The RBI is widely expected to keep key rates unchanged at the upcoming monetary policy review, as it attempts to manage high retail inflation while keeping its policy stance accommodative.

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Dividend Payouts Leave Little Cash With Nocs For Low Carbon Alternatives: Moody's

Retail selling prices in India for transportation fuel are high because of these indirect taxes, which somewhat serve as a substitute for a carbon tax in other countries

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India To Waive Certain Interest Levies On Loans In COVID-19 Relief

An Indian optician from Agra had challenged the plan which allowed skipping repayments for six months but levied an additional "interest-on-interest" on delayed payments which borrowers called unfair.

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Amnesty International statements unfortunate, exaggerated but it's free to continue humanitarian work in India: MHA

Amnesty International statements unfortunate, exaggerated but it's free to continue humanitarian work in India: MHA

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India Plans $4.6 Billion In Incentives For Battery Makers In Electric Vehicle Push

India plans to retain its import tax rate of 5% for certain types of batteries, including batteries for electric vehicles, until 2022, but will increase it to 15% thereafter to promote local manufacturing

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Dr Kafeel Khan writes to UN experts, urges Centre to 'release human rights defenders'

Dr Kafeel Khan writes to UN experts, urges Centre to 'release human rights defenders'

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GM Faces Unexpected Bills As India-China Tensions Delay Sale Of India Plant

GM had planned to use the expected sale proceeds of $250 million-$300 million to pay off liabilities incurred with its exit from manufacturing in India in what a second source said would have been a "no gain-no loss" situation.

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CSMIA Sees Surge In International Chartered Flight Operations

CSMIA maintains the highest standard of hygiene and has implemented standard operating procedures to prevent the spread of the virus along with diligently adhering to the directives indicated by the Government of India.

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Indian Government To Infuse $2.72 Billion In State-Run Banks

The government would use the 466.02 billion rupees to transfer to states whose are finding it difficult to raise taxes and 100 billion rupees to subsidize food.

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Blueprint To Revive The Agriculture Sector To Accelerate The Growth

According to an economic survey by Indian government, climate change could hurt farmers’ income by up to 20-25% in the medium term.

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RBI Announces 'Operation Twist', More May Be Needed Traders Say

Indian government bond yields dropped sharply in morning trade after the RBI announced the special open market operations worth 200 billion rupees ($2.69 billion) to rein in the sharp rise in yields in recent sessions.

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