The bench said that the COC resolution plan must balance the interest of all stakeholders. The apex court had on July 22 ordered status quo in the Essar insolvency case.
After hitting a high of 40,455.36 in the early session, the 30-share index pared some gains to trade 58.59 points, or 0.15 per cent, higher at 40,342.78.
Forex traders said trading in emerging market currencies were subdued tracking cautious opening in domestic equities.
Passenger vehicle sales in India rose marginally in October aided by positive festive season and introduction of new models in the utility vehicle space.
He also said that under certain provisions of the Act, states have the right to specify the amount for compounding of certain offences and accordingly some states have reduced such penalties.
Major reforms in last five years to boost investment climate to reach USD 5 trillion economy goal: Sitharaman
The finance minister was replying to questions in the Lok Sabha whether the government has analysed reasons for an economic slowdown in the country.
According to numerous studies, the share of EVs in total passenger vehicles is likely to go up around 30 per cent by the year 2030.
According to SIAM data, UV sales have performed far better than the overall passenger vehicle segment in every month since December 2018.
Tata Motors Limited (TML) on Monday signed an agreement with electric vehicle fleet operator Lithium Urban Technologies Pvt Ltd to supply 500 electric cars.
After Great Wall Motor, Geely, Chery Automobile, SAIC Motor and Beiqi Foton, now China’s state-owned auto firm Changan Automobile Co. Ltd has geared up to make inroads into India.
The World War II Willy’s Jeep originally had no name and was simply called GP for General Purpose, but this was soon spelled as Jeep, making an excellent brand name.
Experts say corporate India’s topline has been under pressure due to weak demand and is expected to remain in single digits for the next quarter.
The Centre may decide to relax end-use norms to allow miners to sell part of their coals in the open market as well as reduce the amount of money, which they have to pay upfront when awarded bids.
The UDAY scheme was launched in November 2015 and under the scheme, state governments were to take over 75 per cent of the utilities’ debts and include it in their fiscal deficit calculations.
Fortis said in a BSE filing, the company is currently evaluating the judgement and exploring legal means to address it in an expeditious manner keeping in mind the best interest of all its stakeholder