The Telegraph
Wednesday , January 15 , 2014
Business

CIL obliges govt with fat payout

Coal India has declared a whopping 290 per cent interim dividend that will make the central government richer by over Rs 19,500 crore by way of payout and taxes. ...   | Read..
 

Rethink on iron ore exports

India is likely to reconsider an option it had rejected 10 years ago — ban the export of iron ore unless it’s converted into a value-added metal. ...   | Read..
 

Freedom for local airlines in air

India could soon ease restrictions that prevent some of its domestic airlines from flying on international routes, potentially benefiting start-ups set up by Tata Singapo...   | Read..
 

Reliance eyes Venezuela block

Reliance Industries is planning to buy Petronas’s 11 per cent stake in Venezuela’s $20 billion Carabobo-1 project, a company official said today. ...   | Read..
 

Bengal roots for small units

Bengal industry minister Amit Mitra today urged banks to lend more to the MSME (micro, small and medium enterprises) sector....   | Read..
 

Sensex takes a hit

The benchmark Sensex had its biggest fall in almost two weeks today, dropping 101 points on profit booking triggered by a decline in most overseas markets after US stocks end...   | Read..
 
CIL obliges govt with fat payout


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NIIT profit declines

IT solutions company NIIT Technologies today posted a 5.3 per cent decline in consolidated net prof...   | Read..
 
 
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