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28 April 2015, 10:46

Government lifts curbs on industrial urea imports

NEW DELHI: The government today did away with restrictions on imports of industrial and technical grade urea, a move aimed at improving ease of doing business in the country and checking diversion of urea. Earlier, the imports were permitted ...
Economic Times, 10 hour(s) ago
Also from: Reuters India, INooz and 5 other sources

Sensex dives 261 pts

MUMBAI: Hit by consistent foreign fund outflows, the benchmark BSE Sensex on Monday dived by 261 points to end the day at 27,176.99 to a fresh three-and-a-half months low on tax worries and lower-than-expected fourth quarter earnings by corporates ...
Navhind Times, 10 hour(s) ago
Also from: ZeeNews.com, INooz and 8 other sources

Govt will push land Bill for passage in this session: Minister

said today but remained non-committal on its passage. He dismissed as mere "propaganda" the reports that Government may delay pushing the bill for passage in Parliament following suicide by farmer Gajendra Singh at AAP rally of AAP here. The minister reeled ...
Business Standard, 13 hour(s) ago
Also from: The Freepress Journal, BizWire Express and 10 other sources

Diageo confirms losing faith in Vijay Mallya

UK-based Diageo Plc, that owns a majority share in United Spirits (USL), has accepted the ‘contractual obligation’ to retain Vijay Mallya as chairman of USL, but stated that the obligation would not apply in the event of defaults by Mallya and his group ...
The Financial Chronicle, 11 hour(s) ago
Also from: ZeeNews.com, Smart Investor and 11 other sources

IGATE founders to bag $1 billion post Cap Gemini acquisition

  French IT services company Cap Gemini plans to buy U.S.-based rival IGATE Corp for $4 billion, in a deal that makes North America its biggest market and hands IGATE's founders a $1 billion windfall.  Cap Gemini also raised its 2015 sales forecast on Monday in a first-quarter statement brought forward to coincide with the announcement of the cash deal. Its shares climbed 7.5 percent.  IGATE, a technology and services company with strength in the financial services sector but ...
Rediff.com, 13 hour(s) ago
Also from: News Today, ZeeNews.com and 16 other sources

Shortages grip Nepal as toll rises to 3,815 (Roundup)

ages sparked anger across Nepal on Monday as thousands remained in the open even two days after the country's worst earthquake in eight decades left 3,815 dead and many more wounded, forcing Kathmandu to send out SOS for more international help. With Prime ...
Business Standard, 11 hour(s) ago
Also from: Reuters India, Yahoo! India and 2 other sources

Nepal earthquake: Choppers rescue climbers stranded at high altitude on Everest

The 150-odd stranded climbers, not thought to be seriously injured, were blocked by slabs of ice and snow brought down in the avalanche. LOBUCHE: Climbers stranded for two days were plucked today from high altitudes on Mount Everest following a deadly ...
Economic Times, 14 hour(s) ago
Also from: Business Standard, Economic Times and 2 other sources

India not bidding for 2024 Olympics, says IOC chief Thomas Bach

Bach said he and Modi agreed India should now focus on their athletes performing better in Olympics. "India is a sleeping giant and we were then at length discussing how we can wake up this sleeping giant. "We are more than happy to assist because we think ...
MSN India, 12 hour(s) ago
Also from: Money Life, Yahoo! India and 3 other sources

FM assures business friendly environment for foreign investors

Finance minister Arun Jaitley today assured a business friendly environment to woo foreign investments in the country.
News on Air, 15 hour(s) ago
Also from: Business Standard India, Money Control and 21 other sources

FinMin to meet PSU banks tomorrow to review stalled projs

Case by case review of some of the major infrastructure projects would be undertaken by the ministry in presence of senior officers of the ministries of power, steel, transport, shipping and the RBI, an official statement said.
Money Control, 15 hour(s) ago
Also from: The Financial Chronicle, Business Standard and 2 other sources

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