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  • Uttar Pradesh Farm Loan Waiver: Rs 27,420 Crore Hit Seen On Banks, Says SBI Research

    Uttar Pradesh Farm Loan Waiver: Rs 27,420 Crore Hit Seen On Banks, Says SBI Research

    The Bharatiya Janata Party had in its UP election manifesto promised to waive farmers' loans if elected to power. The party and its allies won a whopping 325 seats in the 403-member house.

  • Nifty Set To Scale New Highs, May Open Above 9,200

    Nifty Set To Scale New Highs, May Open Above 9,200

    After the Federal Reserve signalled that there will not be pick-up in pace of tightening interest rates going ahead in the US also boosted sentiment in Indian equities and the rupee.

  • Supreme Court To Hear Plea Seeking To Defer Annual Budget

    Supreme Court To Hear Plea Seeking To Defer Annual Budget

    A Public Interest Litigation calls for the delay over concerns that the Modi government could seek to influence the outcome of the polls with populist spending promises.

  • Possible To Slash Tax Rates If All Pay Taxes: Piyush Goyal

    Possible To Slash Tax Rates If All Pay Taxes: Piyush Goyal

    "If all of us pay our taxes, then there is a possibility of reducing tax rates. It will benefit all of us," Mr Goyal said addressing an event organised by the Bharatiya Janata Party on completion of its two years at the Centre.

  • Sensex Rises On Likely Win For BJP In Assam

    Sensex Rises On Likely Win For BJP In Assam

    Sensex rose on Tuesday, on track for the second straight day of gains, after exit polls showed a likely first-time victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the key northeastern state of Assam, in a push for its reform agenda.

  • Sensex Up on Hopes of Faster Reforms by PM Modi

    Sensex Up on Hopes of Faster Reforms by PM Modi

    An upstart anti-establishment party crushed India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party in a Delhi state election on Tuesday, smashing an aura of invincibility built around Prime Minister Narendra Modi since he swept to power last year.

  • Stock Markets Jittery About an AAP Win in Delhi, Say Analysts

    Stock Markets Jittery About an AAP Win in Delhi, Say Analysts

    The Delhi assembly election on Saturday is expected to be a tight contest between Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party and the BJP. The too-close-to-call election has created uncertainty among investors and has unnerved stock markets.

  • Finance Minister Jaitley Vows to Push Land Purchase Reform

    Finance Minister Jaitley Vows to Push Land Purchase Reform

    The government will push ahead with reform to a land purchase law blamed by businesses for slowing industrial projects, even if there is resistance to loosening the rules, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Sunday.

  • Rupee Rises to 61.16/Dollar as Asian Shares Gain

    Rupee Rises to 61.16/Dollar as Asian Shares Gain

    Sentiment for the rupee is positive after the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government ended fuel price controls, opened up the coal sector and the party won two state elections.

  • Assembly Polls: India Inc Hails BJP's Showing in Maharashtra, Haryana

    Assembly Polls: India Inc Hails BJP's Showing in Maharashtra, Haryana

    India Inc on Sunday hailed good show by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly polls hoping that it will give further impetus to the Narendra Modi government to push ahead with key economic reforms including Goods and Services Tax (GST).

  • Good Show by BJP in State Polls to Give Boost to Economic Reforms: Assocham

    Good Show by BJP in State Polls to Give Boost to Economic Reforms: Assocham

    Good show by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly polls will give further impetus to the Narendra Modi government to push ahead with key economic reforms including GST, the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Assocham) said on Sunday.

  • Budget 2014: New Government Unveils Reform Budget

    Budget 2014: New Government Unveils Reform Budget

    The country's new government introduced a reform-minded budget on Thursday, vowing to lift economic growth to rates of 7-8 percent by promoting manufacturing and infrastructure and overhauling populist subsidies.

  • Rail Budget Seen Seeking More Private Sector Funds

    Rail Budget Seen Seeking More Private Sector Funds

    The new government led by Narendra Modi is expected to suggest a bigger private sector role in developing India's railway as it presents its bellwether budget on Tuesday for the colonial-era train network.

  • Budget 2014: Insurers Meet Jaitley, Pitch for Raising FDI Ceiling to 49 Per Cent

    Budget 2014: Insurers Meet Jaitley, Pitch for Raising FDI Ceiling to 49 Per Cent

    Keen to push insurance sector reforms, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday met CEOs of private sector companies to discuss issues related to capital requirements, including the cap on foreign direct investment (FDI).

  • Sensex, Nifty Falter as Investors Wait for Modi to Deliver

    Sensex, Nifty Falter as Investors Wait for Modi to Deliver

    The new government will need to meet high investor expectations, as prospects of a victory by the Bharatiya Janata Party had sent the Nifty up by 25.8 per cent to record highs since Modi was named as the prime ministerial candidate for the opposition party in mid-September. The broader Nifty closed 0.56 per cent lower at 7,318.

  • As India's New Government Gets to Work, a Promise to Investors

    As India's New Government Gets to Work, a Promise to Investors

    Mr Jaitley, an urbane corporate lawyer and close party colleague of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was formally named to the key finance post, a day after the cabinet was inaugurated following a sweeping election victory for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

  • Carmakers Hope Modi Implements GST to Bring Down Prices

    Carmakers Hope Modi Implements GST to Bring Down Prices

    A GST system, in its purest form, would make India a single fiscal union for indirect taxes, eliminating the current hodgepodge that includes excise duty, and service, value-added and education taxes.

  • Deutsche Bank Cuts Indian Stocks to 'Neutral'

    Deutsche Bank Cuts Indian Stocks to 'Neutral'

    Deutsche Bank has downgraded Indian stocks to 'neutral' from 'neutral/overweight' relative to other global emerging markets, saying valuations, after a sharp rally on Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) decisive election win, appear "very stretched" against lower GDP growth.

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