The Telegraph
Friday , November 29 , 2013

Deep divide delays drug decision

A discussion on buyout norms in the pharmaceuticals sector was deferred today by the Union cabinet amid disagreements between the finance ministry and the Planning Commission on one side and the commerce and chemicals ministries on the other....   | Read..

Cabinet seal on food fight

The cabinet committee on WTO today gave the commerce ministry a broad guideline on accepting a “peace clause” on farm subsidies as long as the global body all...   | Read..

Insider trading rules on way

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is all set to fine-tune its norms relating to insider trading. The new draft rules are likely to be issued in the next 1...   | Read..

Carrot-&-stick for sugar mills

The Uttar Pradesh government today tried the carrot-and-stick formula with sugar mill owners by announcing tax sops for them, while ruling out any negotiation on cane rat...   | Read..

Japan stake in city firm

Japanese company Air Water Inc has picked up a 51 per cent stake in city-based Ellenbarrie Industrial Gases Ltd. ...   | Read..
Cabinet seal on food fight

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Status quo on HPL share sale

The Bengal government’s plan to transfer its stake in Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd to Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) ha...   | Read..

Go-slow on bond indices

Economic affairs secretary Arvind Mayaram today said the government wasn’t in a rush to include India in the globa...   | Read..

A Triumphant entry

British motorcycle maker Triumph today launched its heavy-duty bikes in the local market....   | Read..

New CSR guidelines in the works

The government will soon frame the rules that will underlie the legislative provision on corporate social responsibility...   | Read..



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