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Licence rules, defence sales norms eased

As part of its ongoing efforts to improve the ease of doing business in the country, the Narendra Modi government on Monday allowed companies to set up projects within seven

Gulf Oil Lubricants to up Silvaasa unit capacity

Gulf Oil Lubricants India (GOL), part of $18bn Hinduja Group that markets automotive and industrial lubricants, two-wheeler batteries, automotive filters and lubricating equipment, is enhancing capacity at its manufacturing facility

Govt eases norms for defence sector companies

To attract investments in the defence, the government today allowed private companies in the segment to sell equipment to state-run entities without prior approval of the Ministry of Defence.
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Govt committed to protecting interests of workers: Minister

At a time when trade unions have called for a nationwide stir protesting against the labour reforms initiated by the Narendra Modi government, Union Labour Minister Narendra Singh Tomar today

HC seeks RBI's response to PIL on NPAs

The Bombay High Court has asked the Reserve Bank of India to respond to a petition which seeks CBI probe into fraudulent grant of loans and consequent rise in nationalised

Gas pricing will ensure profit, not windfall profit: Jaitley

Days after approving lower than demanded gas price increase Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said the USD 5. 61 per mmBtu rate will ensure explorers make profit but not

India Inc's Sept foreign borrowing down 5.3% on year at $3.17b

India Inc raised $ 3. 17 billion from overseas markets in September 2014 down 5

Govt to bring Ordinance on cancelled coal blocks

Days after the Supreme Court cancelled allocation of 214 coal blocks, the government today moved to bring an Ordinance that will enable it to acquire the land of these mines along with plants for auction later.

Imports from Japan, SKorea positive outcomes of FTA: Officials

Seeking to allay concerns of the Indian steel industry over free trade agreements, senior commerce ministry officials today said imports from Japan and S Korea are "certainly" positive outcomes of

Coal scam: Two govt officials seek alteration of charge

Two government officials, facing prosecution in a coal blocks allocation scam case, today moved a special court seeking alteration of charges framed against them.
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    India will need investments of Rs 3,70,000 crore for healthcare facilities, a study said.

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