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I&B Ministry not to allow IHT publication
THE Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Ministry has decided not to permit the publication of International Herald Tribune (IHT) by the Hyderabad-based Midram Publication Private Ltd. It has written to Midram Publication and ... More

Dabhol lenders' talks remain inconclusive
TALKS between Dabhol Power Company's (DPC) Indian and foreign lenders over the price at which the former will buy out dollar-denominated loans remained inconclusive for the second day in a row on Friday. The Indian lenders will meet the foreign ... More

Chidambaram seeks `new ideas' to boost investments — Chambers divided on proposed cess to support education
THE Finance Minister, Mr P. Chidambaram, on Friday formally kick-started his pre-Budget consultation process with India Inc, seeking `new and innovative ideas' for spurring investment and job creation in the economy. In a meeting stretching ... More

Ministry unlikely to roll back FDI cap on airports revamp
THE Ministry of Civil Aviation is unlikely to roll back its decision of capping the foreign direct investment (FDI) at 49 per cent for modernisation and restructuring of the airports at Delhi and Mumbai. Official sources told Business ... More

L&T in 2 consortia to bid for metro airport projects
LARSEN & Toubro, which successfully bid for the greenfield Bangalore international airport project along with Siemens and Zurich airport, is going to be part of two consortia that will bid for the privatisation and modernisation projects of ... More

NTPC IPO plans on track; SEBI approval received
THE planned public offer of shares by National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) is on track and is likely to hit the market by end-July or early-August. However, against the earlier planned 10 per cent offering, the company will now offer only ... More

Rajbandh depot fire: IOC rules out disruption in supply
INDIAN Oil Corporation (IOC) today ruled out any dislocation in the supply of petrol in the areas served by its Rajbandh (Durgapur) depot where one of the storage tanks has been ravaged by fire following a lightning strike during yesterday's ... More




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