The Telegraph
Monday , July 21 , 2014

PMO prod to turn signal green

The Prime Minister’s Office has asked the environment ministry to set fixed timelines to grant clearances to new power plants and captive coal mines. Around 3,500 projects are stuck over delays in clearances. ...   | Read..

RBI glare on errant NBFCs

The Reserve Bank of India has started scrutinising credentials of companies suspected of illegally raising money from the public as non-banking finance companies (NBFCs). The...   | Read..

Cost of flying over conflict zone

Legal eagles say that an airline will have to pay astronomical sums as compensation to the next of kin if a plane is shot down in a conflict zone....   | Read..

Realty trusts build base on prop

Finance minister Arun Jaitley is likely to have opened up a market worth at least Rs 70,000 crore by announcing tax breaks for real estate investment trusts (REIT) in the bud...   | Read..

New sourcing norms key to IT turnaround

The government needs to rework procurement norms for IT services to reboot the sector....   | Read..

Aussie pill for mining

The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA), an apex body of miners, is eyeing greater engagement with Indian companies to develop sustainable mining in the country....   | Read..
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