Govt seeks details of top 5 sellers on Amazon, Flipkart

Traders body CAIT alleges an unholy nexus among e-commerce firms like Amazon and Flipkart, brands, particularly in mobile, FMCG, electronics, electrical appliances, footwear, garments and various banks that tend to distort prices of different products on online portals

Air India to be sold lock, stock, and barrel

However, Air India’s subsidiaries such as Air India Express, Alliance Air, Air India Singapore Terminal Services Ltd, Air India Air Transport Services and Air India Engineering Services will be sold separately

US and India near trade deal, says Nirmala Sitharaman

A Regional Economic Cooperation Pact (RECP), which is heavily loaded in favour of China, is pulling India out of its look-East policy and instead forcing the country to look West

Retail, telecom push RIL's Q2 net to record Rs11,262 crore

The results reflect the shifting focus of RIL to direct-to-consumer businesses, which helped offset energy weakness in September quarter

EU, Britain finalise new Brexit deal; over to parliament now

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is taking the accord to parliament on Saturday, where skeptical parliamentarians and opposition from the Irish Democratic Unionist Party could still stall Brexit



Growth of ever evolving Indian logistic industry

Today's logistics is a blend of infrastructure, technology and new types of service providers, says Sunit Sharma, co-founder of Delhi-based technology driven end- to-end logistics service provider GoBOLT

Government nets a "one-time" windfall

This Rs1.76 trillion amount needs to be seen as a sum of three numbers which bear different connotations and has varied impact on the fiscal deficit and bond markets, system liquidity and the overall issue of RBIs capital, reserves, balance sheet strength and its independence, says Arvind Chari, head, Fixed Income, Quantum Advisors