The Telegraph
Tuesday , March 11 , 2014
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HPL rejig recipe to stay afloat

Haldia Petrochemicals has hatched a plan to haul itself out of the pretty pickle it finds itself in with the prospect of being referred to the Board for Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) looming large. ...   | Read..

CIL staff stir to hurt output

Coal India’s production is expected to take a hit this month because of the proposed three-day strike by executives demanding a wage hike. ...   | Read..

Atop Peak 22K for a while

The benchmark Sensex today briefly breached the 22000-mark for the first time and then managed to end at a new record close with modest gains of 15 points, extending the ...   | Read..

Talks for more US gas

India will seek greater collaboration in energy with the US, particularly in shale gas and LNG....   | Read..

U-turn in car sales

Car sales turned around for the first time since September, rising 1.39 per cent in February on the back of the recent round of excise duty cuts and a positive sentiment ...   | Read..

Tatas await final retail nod

The Tata group today said it would decide on the future plan of its joint venture with UK-based retailer Tesco only after getting the final approvals from the government....   | Read..
HPL rejig recipe to stay afloat

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Finnish tips for better investment climate

Tax and regulatory issues have hurt India’s prospects as a foreign investment destination...   | Read..



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