The National Stock Exchange (NSE) index touched an all time high at 8,018.65 points on 1 September versus its previous top record of 7968.25 points on 25 August.
Around half of India’s thermal power stations have less than a week coal stocks as many coal companies are running short this black gold and are unable to meet the rising demand.
Reliance Industries is gearing up to invest around $13 billion in energy projects, with an aim to boost heavy crude oil refining process in India.
Dayanidhi Maran had requested the Supreme Court to stop the CBI from filing charge sheet against him in Aircel-Maxis deal.
According to CCI’s investigation, car makers restricted the access to spare parts, which led to surge in the price of auto-components.
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has released a new application form for Sahara’s investors, who can apply for refunds of their investments by 30 September.
This step is the biggest crackdown on a large scale unlawful scheme after the Saradha Scam and is over twice the size of Sahara’s illicit scam.
The NSEL scam is estimated to be a ₹5,600 crore fraud that came to light after the National Spot Exchange failed to pay its investors.
Indian government raised the import duty on sugar to 25 percent from 15 percent to help regional mills struggling with lower prices and higher stocks.
Low fare airline SpiceJet has crossed Jet Airways in market share figures in July, to become the second largest domestic airline in the country, with only IndiGo ahead of them.