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Saturday , January 25 , 2014
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Old note exchange hassles eased

The Reserve Bank of India today said people could start exchanging their pre-2005 currency notes at “their convenience” — an advisory that was clearly issued to quell panic among those holding the “tainted” notes....   | Read..
 

Ranbaxy US travails mount

In yet another jolt to Ranbaxy Laboratories, the US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) has barred the company from supplying active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) made f...   | Read..
 

LPG quota hike on track

A proposal to increase the quota of subsidised cooking gas cylinders to 12 in a year will be taken up by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) at its next meet...   | Read..
 

Sensex takes a beating

The BSE benchmark Sensex today snapped its four-day winning streak by falling 240.10 points from a record high to close at a one-week low of 21133.5. RBI governor Raghura...   | Read..
 

Tax spanner in Cairn selloff

The income tax department, probing Cairn Energy’s transfer of Indian assets, has asked the British company not to take any steps to sell a part of its 10.3 per cent...   | Read..
 

Retail edge to Uco net

A higher net interest income on the back of increased retail banking has helped Uco Bank report a more-than-three-fold rise in net profit at Rs 314.53 crore in the third ...   | Read..
 
Old note exchange hassles eased


 Press Releases

Dreamliner worries persist

Civil aviation regulator DGCA will investigate the recent technical snag in Air India’s D...   | Read..

Tata Chem revives Haldia growth plan

Tata Chemicals is planning to revisit its proposal to expand its single super phosphate (SSP) ...   | Read..
 
 
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