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    In an interesting turn of events, crisis-hit Sahara has entered the fray for buying its own Gros... »

    AP govt eyes Rs 1,000 cr from second red sanders sale

    Red sanders, also known as red sandalwood, commands a good price, especially in the markets of China and Japan.

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    Eyeing a revenue of Rs 1,000 crore, Andhra Pradesh Government will auction 3,500 tonnes of seize... »
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    Tata Motors slips on poor performance

    Parvatha Vardhini C, BL Research Bureau

    The Tata Motors shares dropped 5-6 per cent on Wednesday. The fall is attributable to two reason... »

    Nifty call: Initiate fresh short position if the contract fails to rally above 8,337

    Yoganand D, BL Research Bureau

    Nifty May Futures (8,310) The Nifty futures contract opened at 8,294, breaching... »

    Tower or tree? Telecom masts get aesthetic

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    Soon, the ugly looking metallic cellular towers and bulky network equipment on top of buildin... »

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    Modi and the burden of expectations

    Man and Superman A fundamental difference Rajeev Bhatt

    POORNIMA JOSHI

    Although the Prime Minister is only a shadow of the Candidate, underestimating him will be a mistake »

    Surprise! Full convertibility is on its way

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    LOKESHWARRI SK

    While it appears the RBI is paving the way for capital account convertibility, does it presage boom-time for money-launderers? »

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    Disheartening situation

    Overpriced stents point to a lacuna in health sector regulation »

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    The beautiful mind that was John Nash

    The game changer John Forbes Nash (June 13, 1928-May 23, 2015)

    Sudipta Sarangi

    A math genius, he changed the fundamentals of game theory. His theories also revolutionised myriad disciplines »
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    Of cumulonimbus

    MANASI PHADKE

    Indra Dev and monsoon forecasting »

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    MSM’s Sony Max channels betting big on films

    Amrita Nair-Ghaswalla

    Movie acquisitions continue to be a big feature at Sony Max, a Hindi movie channel owned and ope... »

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    ‘A year of boastful claims and broken promises’

    Our Bureau

    Randeep Singh Surjewala and Ghulam Nabi Azad in New Delhi in Tuesday According to the Congress, the Modi government has failed in the first year’s examinations. A re... »

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    Vedanta to work with Govt to lift cap on Goa iron-ore output

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    Vedanta Chief Executive Tom Albanese (file photo) India-focused Vedanta Resources Plc will aim to lift a court-imposed cap on its iron-ore output... »
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    Power capacity addition at record 22,566 MW in past 1 year: Goyal

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    Piyush Goyal, Minister of State for Power, Coal & New and Renewable Energy, addressing a press confrence in New Delhi on Wednesday. -- Kamal Narang The highest ever addition in electricity generation capacity in the past one year has led to pow... »
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    Soon, customised schemes for travel from online portal Cleartrip

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    Amit Taneja, Chief Revenue Officer. ASHOKE CHAKRABARTY Online travel portal Cleartrip is looking to offer customised travel plans in the coming day... »
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    Amazon's Europe changes to boost tax bill, add secrecy

    Reuters

    If Amazon's move means it does start to pay more tax, it will no longer be possible to see where this is being paid. Amazon's decision to change its tax-efficient European business structure could raise its tax bi... »

    Banking

    Paternity leave for bank officers from June 1

    Vinson Kurian

    Officer-fathers in the banking sector will now be officially entitled to paternal leave. With ef... »

    Stocks

    NSE introduces post-graduate course in ‘global financial markets’

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    Pedestrians walk in front of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) building in Mumbai, India, on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015. Prime Minister Narendra Modi conceded an overwhelming defeat in a local election in India's capital, his first setback at the polls since taking charge of Asia's third-biggest economy last year. Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg The National Stock Exchange has launched a full-time post-graduate programme in Global Fi... »

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    AP govt eyes Rs 1,000 cr from second red sanders sale

    PTI

    Red sanders, also known as red sandalwood, commands a good price, especially in the markets of China and Japan. Eyeing a revenue of Rs 1,000 crore, Andhra Pradesh Government will auction 3,500 tonnes of seize... »
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    Canada to test feed corn imports from India due to mould concerns

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    The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has said it has started to detain imports from India... »
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    Better coordination needed to bring to book suspect businesses, Rajan tells States

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    RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan Governance structure of co-operative banks needs to improve, says RBI Governor »
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    Testing on 42,000 drugs to ‘prove quality to world’

    G Naga Sridhar

    A mega survey involving testing of 42,000 samples of Indian drugs for quality will be completed... »

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    Book TaxiForSure cabs with a tap; pay via Paytm

    Our Bureau

    After the ride is complete, the fare is automatically deducted from the customers’ Paytm wallets if they have chosen cashless payment and a bill notification reaches them through SMS and email »

    Agri-biz

    Urea plants to get pooled gas from July 1

    Our Bureau

    Fertiliser plants manufacturing urea and connected to the national gas grid will get dome... »

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    The road to Malgudi

    Zac O'Yeah

    Going easy A still from the episode Dodu A quest for RK Narayan’s fictional town — replete with old-world charm and character — leads to many interesting twists and turns, stories and discoveries »

    Big Data is a key raw material, and processing it can make or break an enterprise »

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    The first year of the Modi Government meant more of a continuation of policy as far as the telecom sector is concerned; the sector once again faces a huge payout for spectrum purchased in the auct... »

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