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Rajendra Jadhav

Indian sugar export subsidy decision unlikely before state elections - sources

4:57pm IST

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI Indian sugar export subsidies will not be renewed before state elections finish next month, trade and government sources said on Thursday, with New Delhi examining the level of subsidy needed to encourage shipments of surplus sugar.

Indian gold dealers stock up, hope to usher in festive glitter

16 Oct 2020

BENGALURU/MUMBAI Physical gold dealers in India continued to stock up this week ahead of an expected festival sales bump, while the Golden Week in top consumer China did little to revive bullion demand.

Floods kill 60 in India, damage crops

15 Oct 2020

MUMBAI Floods brought by heavy rains and overflowing rivers across large swathes of western and southern India have killed at least 60 people since Wednesday and damaged rice, cotton and other crops worth billions of rupees, officials said.

Floods kill 40 in India, damage crops

15 Oct 2020

MUMBAI, Oct 15 Floods brought by heavy rains and overflowing rivers across large swathes of western and southern India have killed at least 40 people since Wednesday and damaged rice, cotton and other crops, officials said.

Heavy rains kill 12 people in India, damage crops

14 Oct 2020

MUMBAI Heavy rains have killed at least 12 people in southern India and caused widespread flooding in the city Hyderabad, home to major IT companies and startups, government officials said on Wednesday.

Mumbai's millions get their power back after massive outage

12 Oct 2020

MUMBAI Millions went without power in India's financial capital Mumbai and surrounding areas for hours on Monday, after a grid failure triggered its first major blackout in more than two years.

India's coronavirus infections cross 7 million ahead of festivals

11 Oct 2020

MUMBAI India's coronavirus caseload topped 7 million on Sunday when the health ministry reported 74,383 new infections in the previous 24 hours, with a rise in infections in southern states offsetting a drop in western regions. | Video

Asia Gold: India flips to premium as jewellers bank on festive revival

09 Oct 2020

BENGALURU/MUMBAI Physical gold was sold at a premium in India this week for the first time since mid-August as jewellers stocked up, hoping key festivals would bring customers back to stores.

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