Mumbai: India’s economic growth may slip to 8.2 per cent if the second wave peaks in end of June, domestic rating agency Crisil warned on Monday, maintaining its baseline estimate of 11 per cent uptick in activity.
OMC had raised the price of petrol and diesel by 25 paise and 20 paise in Delhi, respectively on May 6.
Spending by companies for installing or setting up healthcare infrastructure for COVID-19 care and treatment will be considered as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.
RBI announces Rs 50,000 crore liquidity for ramping up COVID-related healthcare infrastructure and services till March 2022, said Governor Shaktikanta Das.
The price of petrol and diesel again witnessed a minor surge in the national capital and stood at Rs 90.74 and Rs 81.12 per litre, on Wednesday.
Nearly 20 Indian companies across sectors such as healthcare, biotech and software services will announce significant investment plans in the UK this week.
“The intensity of the lockdown remains lower than last year,” Goldman Sachs said in a report. “Still, the impact of tighter containment policy is clearly visible in higher frequency mobility data across key India cities.”
The micro-blogging company rolled out its latest feature ‘Spaces’ for anyone who has 600 or more followers and this will be available for both iOS and Android Twitter users.
The Ministry of Finance extended key compliance timelines for income tax and goods and services tax as well as waived late fees.
India’s exports jumped three-folds in the month of April and reached $30.21 billion against $10.17 billion recorded in April 2020,