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Falaknaaz Syed
Govt may allow rupee to fall for boosting exports

The rupee on Thursday declined by 53 paise to near three-month low of 64.80 against the US dollar.

Nirbhay Kumar
New GST circular adds to confusion

The broad rules on splitting assessees among Centre and state tax officers for administering them could add to further confusion under the goods and services tax (GST) regime that kicked in from Ju

Sangeetha G.
Hurricanes in US may help cotton growers in India

The demand for Indian cotton is bright in the international market. International buyers are turning to India now as the US crop has been hit by hurricanes in September.

Michael Gonsalves
Tata brings in Nexon

Tata Motors, India’s largest automobile major by revenues, on Thursday launched its much-awaited compact sports utility vehicle Nexon.

Subhash Narayan
CVD perks up Jindal Stainless, sends steel maker’s scrip flying

The progressive recovery of steel market and recent imposition of countervailing duty (CVD) on flat stainless steel products has given a fresh lease of life to stressed steel maker Jindal Stainless

Michael Gonsalves
M&M to acquire tractor, foundry biz of Turkey’s Erkunt for Rs 735 crore

Mahindra & Mahindra, India’s biggest tractor maker by sales, on Wednesday signed pacts to acquire Turkey-based Erkunt Group’s tractor manufacturing and foundry businesses for Rs 735 crore in ca

Gautam Datt
0f the lip, cup and slip & democracy

One of the major contributors in the BJP’s emphatic victory in 2014 general election was the clever exploitation of the social media.

Falaknaaz Syed
Lack of earnings pickup may dampen sentiment

With a decreasing allocation to emerging markets seen in global allocations in August, it appears that there may not be much appetite for Indian equities by FIIs in the interim.

Sangeetha G.
Danfoss seeks to double turnover from India operations in 3 years

Danish energy efficiency equipment provider Danfoss, which wants to double its turnover from India operations to Rs 2000 crore in three years, is preparing MSME suppliers to meet its quality specif

Subhash Narayan
Experts say fuel price rise temporary

The recent global crude oil price spike may have rung alarm bells in the corridors of power but experts say that the latest upward movement may be temporary with prices coming back to normal range

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