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Mumbai hit by blackouts after power station snag

Power cuts hit large areas of Indian financial capital Mumbai on Tuesday following a technical glitch at an electricity generation unit, but backup generators at banks and brokerages ensured that

Hyderabad metro to be costlier by Rs 2,500 crore

The Hyderabad’s metro rail project executed by L&T, which was earlier estimated to cost around Rs 16,000 crore, is set to go up by around Rs 2,500 crore. The

100 days of Modi: Good for business, not so good for marginalised groups

In his first 100 days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has protected the food security of millions of Indians on the global arena, but early trends suggest his government's pro-business policy will hurt the environment and the poor.

Govt sets up panel to review environment laws

Government today constituted a high-level committee to review various environment laws in order to bring them in line with "current requirements".
The committee has been set up in the backdrop

Suzuki to complete Gujarat plant by 2017: Osamu Suzuki

Suzuki Motor Corp today said it will complete by 2017 a car factory at Gujarat, a state it selected for the investment for its good power and infrastructure.
"The company

Modi govt performing very well: Rajnath Singh

The Narendra Modi-led government is performing "very well" and most of the people in the country believe this, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today.
"Eighty per cent people in the

Japan, India biz leaders discuss ways to boost trade ties

The Japan-India Business Leaders Forum discussed ways to boost bilateral trade here on the sidelines of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ongoing visit.
The forum highlighted the need to promote Japanese

CBI Director dragged into another controversy in SC on 2G scam

CBI Director Ranjit Sinha was today at the centre of a controversy with an NGO telling the Supreme Court that entry register of his residence portrays a "very disturbing" and

Modi describes Japan trip as very successful

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today termed his Japan trip as "very successful" and hoped that India's infrastructure will improve and the country will become clean with the help of $

Finmin asks RBI to tighten monitoring to check fund diversion

Against the backdrop of Kingfisher case, the Finance Ministry has asked the Reserve Bank to tighten lending norms to prevent borrowers from opening multiple current account outside their consortium banks.

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  • The eye of goddess Sati has lent its name to one of India’s most popular hill stations.

  • National pharmaceutical policy to be out soon
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    The controversial National Pharmaceutical Policy may finally see the light of the day with the health ministry and chemicals ministry sorting out differences over some proposals in the policy.

  • India, Pak agree to inspect water projects
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    India and Pakistan have agreed to allow their experts to inspect two major water projects in the Kashmir region,

  • WTO deal still elusive
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    The WTO has finally created unity among its 152 members — but unfortunately for head Pascal Lamy, the only thing all states agree on is that the prospect of a new trade deal is still far away.

  • Foreign shippers seek level-playing field
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    Foreign ship owners have asked the directorate general of shipping for a level-playing field and a “rethink” on its latest order banning overseas vessels, which are over 25 years old

  • Plea to extend crop insurance

    Andhra wants cut-off date for crop insurance of non-loanee farmers to be extended to September.

  • Healthcare needs Rs 3,70,000cr

    India will need investments of Rs 3,70,000 crore for healthcare facilities, a study said.

  • Sugar price may go up

    Sugar prices may rise to an unreasonable level if the sale of buffer stock quantum is kept voluntary.

  • NMCE starts new series in metals

    NMCE will start new series for future contracts in non-ferrous metals from August 1.

  • Do call register

    The Supreme Court has suggested introduction of a new ‘do call register’ facility to curb the telemarketing menace.


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