Sunday , 24 March 2019


Pakistan-India trade much below full potential: World Bank

UNI   ISLAMABAD Trade between Pakistan and India is only valued at a little over $2 billion, but it could be as high as $37bn, if both nations agreed to tear down artificial barriers says a World Bank report. The bank also estimated Pakistan’s potential trade with South Asia at $39.7bn against the actual current trade of $5.1bn, Dawn reported. ... Read More »

Ready as lender of last resort, but conditions do not warrant: RBI

MUMBAI: Sticking to its view that liquidity is not a major concern, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Wednesday said adequate measures are being taken and the current situation does not warrant it to be the lender of last resort. Please like & share: Read More »


Ford brings back mega sales campaign PANAJI: Ford India Wednesday announced the return of its mega sales campaign ‘Midnight Surprise’ from December 7 to December 9, offering consumers assured gifts amounting to Rs 11 crore. Please like & share: Read More »

Punjab to pay Rs 25 per quintal extra to sugarcane farmers

CHANDIGARH: In the backdrop of sugarcane farmers in the state protesting for the past several days, the Punjab government on Wednesday announced that it will pay Rs 25 per quintal extra to the farmers. Please like & share: Read More »

Train 18 likely to be launched on December 25

KOTA: With the Train 18 speeding up to 180 kmph between Kota junction and Kurlasi station during a trial on Sunday, efforts are on to launch the first indigenously-built Trainset on December 25 between New Delhi and Varanasi. Please like & share: Read More »

Mital: GSL working on missile frigates project worth `14,850 cr

NT NETWORK   VASCO Chairman and managing director of Goa Shipyard Ltd (GSL) Rear Admiral (retired) Shekhar Mital, on Friday, said that GSL is now working on Missile Frigates Project worth Rs 14,850 crore by increasing its projects handling capacity of Rs 2,000 crores, thus ushering huge new opportunities for the local industry at Goa. He was speaking to media during his ... Read More »