Trade deficit during the month under review widened to $20.07 billion as against $15.29 billion recorded during the corresponding period of last year
Coal India Limited, the country's largest dry fuel producer, achieved highest production of 534.7 lakh tonnes in April 2022
States and private companies "must import" coal and "ensure continuous power supply in the respective states", the Power Ministry letter read
The central tax devolution is likely to rise to Rs 9.3 lakh crore in 2022-23 from Rs 8.8 lakh crore in 2021-22
Government has said that fertiliser subsidy for this fiscal might increase to around Rs 2.5 lakh crore
Coal India Limited said supply to the power sector rose 15.6 per cent to 49.7 million tonnes last month in the wake of high demand from power plants
India's electricity demand touched a record high in April as its northern states reeled under the hottest pre-summer months in decades, with a surge in the use of air conditioning triggering the worst power crisis in more than six years.
A hawkish pivot by the RBI has money managers scurrying to find safer bets while bracing for potentially the steepest rate hikes in Asia
Factory activity in India picked up last month, bolstered by a solid increase in demand as pandemic restrictions were eased, but rising energy prices pushed input costs to a five-month high, a private survey showed.
India's unemployment rate rose to 7.83% in April from 7.60% in March, data from the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) showed on Sunday.
Goods and service tax (GST) revenues in April touched the highest ever level of about Rs 1.68 lakh crore, up 20 per cent from the year-ago period
Continuing its selling spree for the seventh consecutive month, foreign investors have pulled out Rs 17,144 crore from the equity market in April
The Indian economy is likely to take over 12 years to overcome the COVID-19 losses, according to a report released by the Reserve Bank of India
LIC IPO pricing is very attractive and investors can look forward to returns in the years to come, chairman M R Kumar said
The Finance Ministry will discuss with market regulator SEBI to exempt LIC from the minimum public shareholding norm