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Budget to remain silent on divestment target
The government will not fix any disinvestment target in the coming budget as the money from selloff will no longer go to the Consolidated Fund of India but rather to a disinvestment proceeds fund, which will be set up under the ministry of fina ...  | Read.. 
 
Door to futures opens for 54 commodities
The Cabinet Committee of Economic Affairs (CCEA) today approved futures trading in 54 commodities including foodgrains and p ...  | Read.. 
 
Experts keep fingers crossed
The decision to allow futures trading in 54 more commodities, including rice, wheat, bullion and other metals will, however ...  | Read.. 
 
Norms on country risk management in place
The Reserve Bank (RBI) today announced guidelines for banks on country risk management (CRM). Local banks have been told to ...  | Read.. 
 
ONGC’s Mangalore deal gets clearance
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has given the final clearance for upstream oil giant ONGC to take over ...  | Read.. 
 
Budget to remain silent on divestment target
 
 
Bharat Sanchar joins freedom march
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd has picked up the gauntlet: subscribers of its cellular service, CellO..  | Read.. 
Costliest two-wheeler hits the road
The Fatboy clone is here: and it costs a bomb. ..  | Read.. 
 
VSP poised for maiden profit
Vizag Steel Plant (VSP) is set to make a maiden profit of Rs 400 crore in the current fiscal...  | Read.. 
 
 
Insurance regulator gets tough
State loans
Sterlite rating
Tata plan
Niko gas find