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Thursday , March 13 , 2014
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Spicy start to air show

SpiceJet today inked a pact to buy 42 737 MAX jets from the US aircraft maker Boeing for $4.4 billion (Rs 26,000 crore). The budget airline’s shares rose 3 per cent on the bourses on the news of the deal....   | Read..

Funds to flow into airports

Civil aviation minister Ajit Singh today said airports would witness a massive $12.1-billion investment during the 12th plan period. ...   | Read..

Emirates grudge

Gulf carrier Emirates has expressed disappointment over the quantum of hike in bilateral air traffic rights between India and Dubai and urged the Indian government to grant it...   | Read..

Double data delight for economy

The economy is showing faint signs of recovery with a slight expansion in industrial production and further cooling of consumer prices. Industrial output entered the posi...   | Read..

Infy warns of slow growth

Infosys has cautioned that revenue growth during this financial year may come at the lower end of its guidance because of some rather tight spending by some of its client...   | Read..

Suzuki bid to resolve row

Suzuki Motor chairman Osamu Suzuki is likely to fly in for a board meeting of Maruti Suzuki India Ltd on Saturday. ...   | Read..
S.L. Narayanan (left), CFO of SpiceJet parent Sun Group, and Dinesh Keskar, senior vice-president of Asia-Pacific and India sales, Boeing, in Hyderab ...  | Read

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Hyundai pricing dares rivals

Hyundai Motor India today launched its compact sedan Xcent, pricing it aggressively between Rs ...   | Read..

Bengal to miss tax target

The income tax collection in the Bengal circle, including Sikkim and Andaman and Nicobar island...   | Read..



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