L&T ties up with S Korean firm to make howitzers in India
L&T will not only manufacture K9 VAJRA-T in India, with over 50 per cent indigenous content, but also provide through-life support from India
Tit for tat: with visa curbs, India may restrict royalty payouts
The commerce ministry is preparing a note on possible actions if trading partners took steps to reduce Indian services exports through visa curbs, including limiting royalty and technical fees
GAAR is here, govt unlikely to delay it further
The taxes will be imposed at 50 per cent of the domestic rate of capital gains tax on foreign investments made from 1 April 2017 until 31 March 2019, and at full rate thereafter
HDFC Bank Q4 net rises 18% to Rs3,990 cr despite higher Q4 provisioning
This is, however, the second quarter in a row that the bank reported quarterly profit growth below 20 per cent, and the first time in its history that yearly profit growth has dipped below 20 per cent
Reliance starts commercial production of coal bed methane
RIL has become the third company in India to begin CBM gas production after Great Eastern Energy Corp Ltd (GEECL) and Essar Oil Ltd, the two existing players selling CBM gas in the market
Union Budget: 2017-18
Economic Survey: 2016-17

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