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Wide choice for monetary panel
The Centre has stepped up the pace for the formation of the monetary policy committee (MPC) - and wi... | Read
RBI report raises alarm on bank health
The RBI today cautioned that the risks of lending by banks have sharply increased over the last six ... | Read
Tatas sell telecom unit in Africa for Rs 2000cr
Tata Communications today said Liquid Telecom, a privately-owned pan-African telecom group, will acq... | Read
Dalmia Bharat hope
Dalmia Bharat Group expects a growth in capacity utilisation of its cement units in the eastern regi... | Read
Key meet to break trade logjam
Trade ministers from 16 countries, including India and China, will meet in Laos soon to break the lo... | Read
VW to pay $14.7bn in claims
Volkswagen has agreed to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle claims stemming from its diesel emissions... | Read
Growth seen to touch 8%
India is posed for a "big leap" in growth, which could touch 8 per cent in this fiscal on ... | Read

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