The Telegraph
Friday , November 7 , 2014

Global dream for metro airports

The Narendra Modi-government wants to transform the metro cities into global aviation hubs such as Dubai and Singapore so that India can benefit from the growing traffic to Europe and the US from South East Asia....   | Read..

Double blow to Ranbaxy

The US health regulator has revoked tentative approvals to Ranbaxy Laboratories to make the generic versions of AstraZeneca’s heartburn drug Nexium and Roche Holdi...   | Read..

Power needs $250bn energiser

Power minister Piyush Goyal today said the country would need $250 billion over the next five years to provide electricity to all and the private sector would play a grea...   | Read..

Bank trio weigh UK joint account

Three PSU banks having retail operations in the UK are exploring the possibility of forming a joint venture to meet the new norms of the British regulator....   | Read..

Pfizer in the red

Pfizer today reported a standalone loss of Rs 11.83 crore for the second quarter ended September 30 because of exceptional expenses of Rs 76.03 crore incurred at its Than...   | Read..
Global dream for metro airports

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Magma Fin to stop offering gold loans

Magma Fincorp has decided to exit the gold loan business and focus on its core strength, which...   | Read..

Genpact net slides 33%

BPO and IT company Genpact’s net profit declined 33.57 per cent in the third quarter ended Se...   | Read..



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