The Telegraph
Tuesday , April 22 , 2014

Court drills life into Goa mines

The Supreme Court today lifted a 19-month ban on mining in Goa, the top iron ore-exporting state, a move that will put more pressure on global prices although it capped annual output in the state at 20 million tonnes (mt)....   | Read..

Boost for Sesa shares

Shares of Sesa Sterlite today surged nearly five per cent after the Supreme Court allowed iron ore mining in Goa....   | Read..

Merger makeover for TCS in Japan

TCS, the country’s largest software exporter, today announced the formation of a Japan-focused entity through the merger of its two Japanese arms with a 100 per cent su...   | Read..

Private banks to steal show

Private banks are likely to report better fourth-quarter earnings than their public sector peers, though the chances of the state-owned lenders reporting a further deteri...   | Read..

Funds in talks for Leela hotels

Hotel chain Leelaventure Ltd is in talks with global investors to sell a majority stake in its prime properties in Delhi and Chennai for around Rs 1,850 crore to cut debt...   | Read..

Hero plant in Bangladesh

Hero MotoCorp, India’s largest two-wheeler maker, has entered into a joint venture with Bangladesh-based Nitol Niloy Group. ...   | Read..
Court drills life into Goa mines

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Jio to use ATC towers

Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd today entered into a tower-sharing agreement with ATC India, one of t...   | Read..

Gas price report in pipeline

The oil ministry is expected to outline the steps taken to implement the cabinet’s decisi...   | Read..



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