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SAIL seeks Afghan prop

Steel Authority of India Ltd, which led a consortium of top Indian firms in bagging the $1-trillion Hajigak iron ore mine in Afghanistan, wants a soft loan from the government to go ahead with the risky investment in deep Taliban territory....   | Read..
 

Tension over KG gas escalates

The oil ministry today hit back at Reliance Industries saying it had not approved the annual spending for the company because the Mukesh Ambani-led firm had denied the CAG ac...   | Read..
 

Anxious wait for telecom

The empowered group of ministers on telecom is likely to take up tomorrow the issue of spectrum liberalisation — which has driven a wedge between the government a...   | Read..
 

Russia voices worry

Russia today impressed upon India the need to resolve the issues that may jeopardise Sistema’s $3-billion investment in the country’s telecom sector. ...   | Read..
 

Exide bets on inverters

The country’s No. 1 lead acid battery maker Exide Industries is betting big on the home inverter segment following the slowdown in demand from the automotive sector...   | Read..
 
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Ford hikes engine capacity

Ford has raised the capacity at its Chennai engine plant to 3,40,000 units per annum. ...   | Read..
 

Terms set for power bailout

State electricity boards (SEBs) need to hike tariff to avail themselves of the central package to restructure debt, powe...   | Read..
 

Axis Bank net profit up 22%

Axis Bank today reported a mixed set of numbers for the first quarter ended June 30 when its net profit grew 22 per cent...   | Read..
 
 
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