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Mixed bag for IRDA
The government plans to amend the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) Act, 1999, to prevent the regulator from charging a percentage of the premium of insurance companies as fees. The amendment will also enlarge IRDAís pow ...  | Read.. 
 
ITC to get the rights over premium Starwood brand
Get ready to experience The Luxury Collection at ITC Sonar Bangla. ...  | Read.. 
 
PSU foursome set for foreign coal venture
The National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) plans to set up a joint venture with PSUs Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limi ...  | Read.. 
 
Soft drink giants taste fruit juice thunder
Cola companies are posing a threat to your neighbourhood juice maker ó they are keen to have a bigger slice of the Rs 5, ...  | Read.. 
 
Tea e-auction race hots up
With the Tea Board all set to announce its partner for the e-auction initiative, mjunction, the joint venture between SA ...  | Read.. 
 
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Cargill to buy 49% of asset recast firm
CVI, a financial arm of the agri commodity giant Cargill, is picking up a 49 per cent stake in ..  | Read.. 
 
Genpact targets $600m from IPO
genpact is planning a us listing through an initial public offer to raise over $600 million...  | Read.. 
 
SABMiller sets sights on S&N
SABMiller is plotting to acquire rival Scottish & Newcastle (S&N) in a £6.5-billion ($12.8 ..  | Read.. 
 
Tea union nod to Tata proposal
Tata Tea seems to have finally made headway into the four gardens in north Bengal. The INTUC-backed..  | Read.. 
 
Reforms key to pension growth
Pension reforms in India are likely to help the segment grow to a Rs 4-lakh-crore market by 2025. T..  | Read.. 
 
IIT recipe for Hind Cables
The government has roped in IIT Kharagpur for a fresh feasibility study to revive the ailing Calcut..  | Read.. 
 
Loan rate hike on slow lane
A low credit demand from April to June may prevent banks from passing on higher borrowing costs to ..  | Read.. 
 
Court rules in favour of Ruia Cotex
Ruia Cotex, the company that shot into limelight by buying Jessop & Co from the Centre, has rec..  | Read.. 
 
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