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More teeth to regulatory bodies

The government is making a concerted attempt to arm regulators with more powers - the thrust being on empowering them to levy penalties.   | Read..

Tough stand on mobile bill payment

Telecom regulator Trai has sent out a strong signal to operators that they will be held liable if third-party vendors such as websites and apps do not comply with rules on...   | Read..

Bangla jute in dumping net

The directorate general of anti-dumping and allied duties (DGAD), under the commerce ministry, has recommended an anti-dumping duty on certain jute products from Bangladesh...   | Read..

Camel milk joins the wellness brandwagon

A trip to the border town of Bikaner is bound to bring back memories of popular camel brands such as RJ Reynolds' iconic Camel cigarettes and the World War I vintage...   | Read..

Focus on oil asset buys in Latin America

India plans to source more crude from Latin America as it expands its refinery capacity with units configured to process the heavy crude from the region.   | Read..

Festive shine on lighting firms

Lighting companies expect the festive season to contribute around 20-30 per cent to their turnover.   | Read..

Loans on property under stress

Loans against properties (LAP) may witness a rise in defaults despite a strong growth in the segment over the past few years, experts feel.   | Read..

look before you leap

Life insurance is being sold in India for over 60 years. It has been 16 years that the sector has been thrown open to private players. Still, life insurance is a...   | Read..

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