The Supreme Court seems to suggest that it does not have much faith in either legislature or executive.
India is moving to the centre stage of international energy system but needs investments to move forward, IEA said
K Sinha said the regulator is closely working with the government and is looking if the traders raided for hoarding.
Chhota Rajan wanted over a series of murders in India has been arrested in Indonesia after decades on the run.
India's dairy products exports are projected to remain flat at 30,000 tonnes next year on expectations of high global supplies and low prices.
Gold schemes are aimed at reducing gold imports that had widened CAD to a record $190 billion in 2013.
The Centre had earlier this month circulated among states the draft of CGST, SGST and iGST for their comments.
Currently India has 18,000 startups valued at $75 billion, employing 300,000 people.
A British judge has dismissed Indian private carrier Jet Airways' appeal against a 15,000 euro fine for failure to comply with the European Union's emissions targets.
IPGA chairman Pravin Dongre says importers will make available 100,000 kg of tur dal at Rs 135 per kg for public distribution every day.
Condemning the attack on a Dalit family in Haryana, BJP leader Sushil Modi charged Nitish Kumar and Lalu Prasad with shedding 'fake tears' on the incident.
The Centre said over 35,000 tonnes of pulses have been seized from 10 states in two days.
Indian IT companies are likely to step up acquisitions to boost growth, S&P said.
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan slammed IMF for staying on the sidelines and applauding accommodative policies of developed nations.
Tata Steel will cut around 1,200 jobs in Europe, with the UK being the worst hit.