Subhash Narayan
New Delhi
My Stories
Oil Bomb

When the unprecedented purge within the Saudi royal family began early this month, there was a party in one of the offices of a leading global oil producer.

Another round of petrol, diesel excise duty cut on the cards

The government may soon consider another round of excise duty cut on petrol and diesel.

PSUs nudged to set up SPVs for greenfield units

As the private sector investment is in slow lane due to sluggish market conditions, profitable central pubic sector enterprises such as SAIL, NMDC, Nalco, RINL, MOIL and KIOCL have been roped in to

Decks cleared for futures trade in electricity

In a major reform initiative, India may soon open the derivatives market for the power sector.

Two options under active consideration

Country’s largest explorer Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) will delist its refinery arm Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals (MPRL) and merge it with Hindustan petroleum Corporation (HPCL)

Jaitley has new worry — oil prices cross $60/barrel

Spelling more trouble for the government battling hard to bring a slowing economy back on a high growth trajectory, global oil prices on Monday breached the psychological mark of $60 a barrel.

Relief in store for some disqualified directors

The government drive against shell companies and its promoters may spare some disqualified independent directors, including Malayalam film star Mohanlal and former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister

India’s infra story gaining momentum

The huge infrastructure deficit could well have propelled the government to announce a major Rs 7 lakh crore package for roads.

Global firms to pick stakes in ONGC, OIL blocks

The government proposes fresh reforms in the oil and gas sector.

Private firms may get nod for commercial coal mining soon

After more than three-year wait, the government may finally throw open the doors of the regulated coal sector for commercial mining by the private sector by the last quarter of this financial year.

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