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TMB share transfer to NRIs in 2007 violated FEMA norms: ED

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The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has charged Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) and Tamilnad Mercanti... »

Diageo ‘obliged’ to back Mallya as non-executive director of USL

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United Spirits has said that its parent Diageo has contractual obligations under th... »

‘Would like Mumbai to partner with the Moscow Urban Forum’

OLGA PAPADINA Director of the Moscow Urban Forum

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Olga Papadina has been a busy woman. Being the General Director of the Moscow Urban Foru... »

Why sauce, cheese are falling foul of Indian customs

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Goods worth ₹2,000 crore stuck at ports for not meeting new labelling norms »

Tepid advance tax mop-up mirrors weak economy

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Banks, financial sector entities prop up collection »




Too much adhocism in disinvestment

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There’s more to related party transactions

Lalit Kumar

The fine print says only private and unlisted companies will reap the benefits. For listed companies, it’s a bane »


The reappearance of global risks

The recent turmoil in global markets, which has taken the rupee back to 63 against the dollar and... »


Opposition to GM crops lacks basis

None of this wilting GM crops can beat back pests without pesticide use

Ram Kundinya

New evidence suggests genetically-modified crops are productive and inherently pest-resistant. Is India listening? »

Creditors need better safeguards

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Yuvraj C Singh

Non-banking finance firms need a supportive framework comparable to banks to step up credit to industry »


26/11 trial: Pak court gives bail to LeT operations head Lakhvi


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Talwalkars Better Value Fitness gained 6.6 per cent, strengthening its medium-term uptrend on Th... »  


SpiceJet resumes normal operations

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SpiceJet in a statement has said that it has announced resumption of normal operations today, wi... »


Australia 221/4 at close


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Arun Jaitley to adopt villages in Gujarat


Ancient Kuber Bhandari temple Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has decided to adopt Karnali group panchayat villages in... »


RBI likely to cut rates early next year, says Rangarajan

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Apex court extends bail for Jayalalithaa


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PM moves in to speed up $300 bn worth stalled projects


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Putin says Russia will emerge from crisis in next 2 years


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Premium rates for fire, group health insurance set to rise

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Tariffs have bottomed out and a correction is due next fiscal, say insurers »
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A silver lining for duck rearing: thanks to bird flu, Kerala brings it under farming

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State draws action plan to boost farming, consumption of ducks »


Cisco looks to tap huge opportunity in India’s digitisation programme

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Dinesh Malkani With increasing numbers of people, devices, machines and sensors coming online, India is on the... »
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ISRO launches 630-tonne GSLV Mk III

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The 630-tonne GSLV Mk III lifts off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota. The Indian Space Research Organisation ended the year 2014 on a high note with the successful la... »  



Can India match China's manufacturing prowess?

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‘HAL-Rolls Royce venture expected to generate $40 million’

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