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Advanced economies to be back on track by 2024: Gita Gopinath

New Delhi: Advanced economies will be back on track by 2024, but developing economies will be 5 per cent below where they would have...

India’s cumulative installed solar capacity now stands at 52 GW

The country has a utility-scale projects development pipeline of over 54 GW. Another 33 GW of projects tendered are awaiting auction

Tea planters urge AGCL to lower gas price to ease cost burden on Assam gardens

The Tea Association of India has written to Assam Gas Company Ltd (AGCL), requesting it to reduce the fuel price to ease the cost burden on planters

India drops to 54th place on Travel and Tourism Development Index, top-ranked in South Asia

India was on Tuesday ranked the 54th place in a global travel and tourism development index, down from 46th in 2019, but still remained on the top within South Asia

Consumers compelled to buy coal at high prices to keep plants running: CCAI

The statement comes amid certain parts of the country witnessing power outrages in the wake of fuel shortages

Government imposes restrictions on sugar exports from June 1

Govt on Tuesday imposed restrictions on sugar exports from June 1, a move aimed at increasing the availability of the commodity

Rupee gains 5 paise to 77.52 against US dollar in early trade

The rupee appreciated 5 paise to 77.52 against the US dollar in the opening trade on Wednesday as a firm trend in domestic equities boosted investor sentiments

Benchmark indices recover after two-day fall; Sensex climbs 327 points

Equity benchmark indices bounced back on Wednesday after declining for two days, with the Sensex climbing 327 points in early trade

SC stays NGT order imposing penalty of over Rs 15 crore on Coca-Cola’s bottling unit

The Supreme Court has stayed a National Green Tribunal (NGT) order imposing an environmental compensation of over Rs 15 crore

Sri Lanka seeks USD 500-mn loan from India for fuel purchases amid forex crisis

Sri Lanka Cabinet has approved seeking a 500 Million Dollar loan from the Exim Bank of India for the purchase of petroleum products

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