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Saturday , June 29 , 2013

Subsidy mask for gas users

Finance minister P. Chidambaram today hinted that power and fertiliser units might get gas at subsidised rates to keep electricity and urea costs down. ...   | Read..

Gold loses sheen

Gold prices today tumbled almost to a two-year low of Rs 25,740 per 10 gm in Calcutta as a free-fall in overseas markets triggered heavy selling by stockists and investor...   | Read..

Stocks see revival of reforms

Stocks soared on the bourses today, fired upward by the government’s decision last night to double natural gas prices. The move sparked hopes that the Manmohan Sing...   | Read..

Free market clause missing

The markets may be chuffed about the government’s decision to double natural gas prices to $8.4 per million British thermal unit, but the gas producers are clearly ...   | Read..

Lofty target set for core growth

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has set an investment target of Rs 1.15 lakh crore in public-private partnership projects over the next six months to ramp up economic growt...   | Read..
Finance minister P. Chidambaram with petroleum minister Veerappa Moily in New Delhi on Friday. (PTI)
Subsidy mask for gas users

 Press Releases

Yes Bank keeps all guessing

Yes Bank today appointed three of its senior management executives as directors on its board, leaving everyone guessing whet...   | Read..

Advice for Bengal land woes

The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry has urged the state government to scrap or amend outdated legislations such ...   | Read..

US bias in Birla opinion

Kumar Mangalam Birla, chairman of $40-billion AV Birla Group, has put the US ahead of China as a destination for manufac...   | Read..

Tech firms feel Senate bill jitters

India’s $108-billion infotech export sector is on tenterhooks after the US Senate passed the much anticipated immi...   | Read..



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