- World NewsFor balanced ties, Nepal to shun projects opposed by China and India
Nepal's Social Welfare Council is believed to be drafting a policy that discourages foreign non-governmental organisations (NGO) from running programs which may harm the relations with neighbours India and China, said a report.2 months agoFinance and MarketsCentre announces Rs 25,000 fund for stalled real estate projects
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Wednesday addressed a press conference over centre's plan to give economy a boost amid the crisis hit time.4 months agoFinance and MarketsTired of Market Swings? ULIPs can be Your Investment Savior!
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A news report has quoted the United States of America President Donald Trump sharing his disappointment over the border deal.1 year agoIndia NewsRam statue in Ayodhya: Key specifications by UP government
The Uttar Pradesh government on Saturday released key specifications of the Ram statue that has been approved by the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.1 year agoSourcesBJP workers not allowing relief funds collection in Tripura: CPI-M
The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) on Tuesday said that the BJP workers in Tripura are not allowing the collection of funds to undertake relief work in flood-affected Kerala and alleged that its leaders were manhandled by BJP workers. "The Tripura State Committee of the CPI-M has been collecting funds from the people for relief work in flood-affected Kerala. There has been a good response from the public. However, on August 27, in three places -- Maharajganj Bazar in Agartala, Khowai town and Belonia town -- BJP workers physically stopped CPI-M leaders and activists from collecting funds," the party said in a statement here.2 years agoSourcesCPI leader approaches SC over foreign funds for Kerala flood
Binoy Viswam, Rajya Sabha MP from Kerala, on Saturday approached the Supreme Court seeking direction to Centre to allow or accept funds from foreign governments and international organisation as assistance for Kerala Floods.2 years agoSourcesMutual fund industry expects growth in current fiscal
Mutual Funds industry, which is looking at a greater penetration in smaller cities to bring new investors, is expected to continue with the growth momentum despite hardening of interest rates, an official said here on Friday.2 years agoSourcesMore funds to Kerala after assessment of damages: Centre
Amid the ongoing controversy over government's refusal to accept foreign donations for flood-ravaged Kerala, the Centre on Thursday said the release of Rs 600 crore by it was just advance assistance and additional funds would be released after the assessment of flood damage.2 years agoSourcesSC 'surprised over Punjab spending from CAMPA funds to pay lawyer'
The Supreme Court on Monday frowned over reports that the Punjab government allegedly spent Rs 86 lakh from the Compensatory Afforestation Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA) funds to pay lawyers' fee to defend a deforestation case before the National Green Tribunal (NGT).2 years agoTop Stories