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Thursday , April 20 , 2017

Lohias eye Tata Chem Haldia unit

Indorama Corporation, owned by Calcutta-born NRI billionaire Sri Prakash Lohia, has evinced interest in Tata Chemicals' struggling fertiliser plant in Haldia.   | Read..

Mixed bag from Yes Bank

Private lender Yes Bank today reported a strong 30.2 per cent growth in net profit at Rs 914.1 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31 even as bad loans doubled...   | Read..

Tech firms walk US visa tightrope

Information technology companies in India are still puzzling over the implications of the executive order on H1B visas that President Donald Trump signed yesterday which is...   | Read..

States get freedom to tap overseas lenders

The Union cabinet today allowed states to borrow directly from overseas lending agencies such as JICA to fund their infrastructure projects.   | Read..

Big rush for Nalco share offer

The PSU divestment drive for the current fiscal began on a positive note today with the share sale of National Aluminium Company Ltd (Nalco) being fully subscribed by...   | Read..

Sahara land bidders

A large number of companies, including Tata, Godrej, Adani and Patanjali, have shown interest in buying the embattled Sahara group's 30 properties estimated to be worth...   | Read..

Hurdles to EU trade pact

India and the European Union remain stuck over an investment protection treaty as the EU's foreign policy chief Federica Mogheriniflies in later this week to kickstart the...   | Read..
Lohias eye Tata Chem Haldia unit

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