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SEBI told to ensure cos' compliance on interim
THE plans of scores of companies to pay interim dividends before March 31 is set to come unstuck as the Finance Ministry has advised the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to ensure that the listing agreement is strictly complied ... More

BSE to keep watch on co notices
THE Bombay Stock Exchange on Tuesday said that the exchange can take action against a company's shorter book closure notice or record date if such notices lead to " market complications on account of settlement schedules''. According to the ... More

Auto policy may set norms for fresh investments
THE Cabinet today finalised the auto policy with some changes and the new draft would be tabled in Parliament soon. According to Government officials, the aim of the policy is to promote self-sustained growth of the industry. The policy, ... More

Significant rise in credit offtake
Bankers attribute the pick-up to demand from industries such as petroleum, chemical, food processing and infrastructure. More

Govt allocates Rs 300 cr to UTI
THE Government has provided Rs 300 crore to Unit Trust of India to help meet the shortfall between the assured repurchase prices and the net asset value. The support to UTI will ensure that any redemption made at prices higher than the NAV of ... More

Cable operators block Zee channels
CABLE television operators in Chennai today blacked out HBO, Cartoon Network and the entire bouquet of Zee channels protesting the hike in subscription fee by these channels. According to the cable operators, HBO and Cartoon Network recently ... More

Airlines get busy again
ALMOST all flights out of India are choc-a-bloc and the last couple of days saw a large number of passengers being `denied boarding' at the major gateway airports. An increase in traffic volume and a reduction in seat capacity are the two ... More


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