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Nifty closes above 5000 on better-than-expected Q2 ... 30.8.2033 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Tamil Nadu CEOs to participate in PM’s digital India event 1.7.2015 TOI: Chennai
Many CEOs of IT firms in Tamil Nadu will take part in the ‘Digital India Week’ celebrations to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Indira Gandhi Stadium in New Delhi on ...
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MHA Adds Money Laundering Angle in Security Clause - The New Indian Express 1.7.2015 money laundering - Google News
MHA Adds Money Laundering Angle in Security Clause The New Indian Express NEW DELHI: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has added 'money laundering' in its newly-mooted National Security Clause for foreign companies. This is part of the MHA's efforts to bring more clarity and uniformity in dealing with cases where its ...
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State to Promote Organic Farming 1.7.2015 newindianexpress.com
The plan is to open specialised outlets for sale of organic products and to encourage farmers to take up organic farming methods offering subsidies.
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IndiGo and Infibeam file for Rs 3000 crore IPOs - Times of India 1.7.2015
IndiGo and Infibeam file for Rs 3000 crore IPOs Times of India NEW DELHI: Marking a big day for IPOs, two companies — no-frills carrier IndiGo and e-retailer Infibeam — on Tuesday filed papers with Sebi to raise nearly Rs 3,000 crore in all. In a sign that the IPO market is revving up after months of subdued ...
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Maggi good for export, not for India 1.7.2015 Telegraph: Nation
Bombay High Court today allowed Nestle India to export Maggi noodles after the food regulator said it had no objections to the popular snack's overseas sales while reaffirming the ban in India for health reasons.
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MAT, Retro tax a dampener but no longer the biggest concern for MNCs: Sonjoy Chatterjee, Goldman Sachs 1.7.2015 ET: Opinion
Bank financing is drying up and access to funds is becoming tougher, thus forcing promoters to think hard about capital allocation, Sonjoy Chatterjee said.
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Maggi export relief not significant, say analysts 1.7.2015 News
Firm, however, says operating domestic production lines for export of the product is viable
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The taxi drivers 1.7.2015 Hindu: Opinion
First the old black-and-yellow cabs, then radio cabs, now app-driven aggregator services... as technology disrupts the taxi industry, the drivers struggle to keep up
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Hero MotoCorp launches 'Xtreme Sports' 1.7.2015 Sify Finance
Hero MotoCorp Ltd. (HMCL) on Tuesday launched a new version of its premium motorcycle Xtreme Sports in keeping with its strategy of new product initiatives.
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Hinduja Global Solutions to acquire major stake in Mphasis 1.7.2015 Sify Finance
IT services provider Mphasis on Tuesday said it has signed a definitive agreement with Hinduja Global Solutions (HGS) to transfer a significant portion of its domestic business.
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CAG finds 'unfruitful expenditure' by Delhi transport dept 1.7.2015 Zee News : States
Government auditor CAG on Tuesday pointed out "unfruitful expenditure" on part of Delhi transport department as it did not initiate action on feasibility reports for personal transit system.
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Bombay HC allows Nestle India to export Maggi 30.6.2015 deccanherald.com
In a major relief to Nestle India, the Bombay High Court on Tuesday allowed it to export Maggi noodles despite its ban in the country. A division bench comprising Justices V M Kanade and B P Colabawalla allowed Maggi's export after Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) said the company could export the product if it is as safe as it claims. "Why blame us...If the company claims that its product is safe and follows the safety standards then let them export it instead of destroying (packets of Maggi noodles after recalling and withdrawing from stores)," said FSSAI counsel Mahmood Pracha. "If the products are safe why do not they export?" he said. The matter has now been posted for July 14. Nestle India's counsel Iqbal Chhagla said by the end of the month, the company would destroy 17,000 crore packets of Maggi. "Of these, 11,000 crore packets are being recalled from the market," he told the court. The Maharashtra government submitted that ex-Advocate General Darius Khambata would appear on ...
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IndiGo owner InterGlobe Aviation files for $400 m IPO 30.6.2015 Hindu: Business
Two other firms, Infibeam and Teamlease, also file papers
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Gionee draws up Rs.300-crore investment plan 30.6.2015 Hindu: Business
The company is looking at third party contract manufacturing as of now and is in discussions with prospective partners.
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TCS to hire 60,000 employees this fiscal, says Cyrus Mistry 30.6.2015 ET: IETS
TCS earlier said it was targeting to take revenues from the digital space, comprising social, mobile, analytics and cloud to $5 bn in a few years.
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Kirloskar Oil Engines gets HC nod for demerger of travel biz into separate unit 30.6.2015 ET: Engineering
As per the demerger scheme, Kirloskar Group transfered travel services business to a new company, Pneumatic Holdings Ltd, which would be listed separately, while merging two listed group firms.
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Hero MotoCorp launches 'Xtreme Sports' 30.6.2015 All News-IANS Stories
Hero MotoCorp Ltd. (HMCL) on Tuesday launched a new version of its premium motorcycle Xtreme Sports in keeping with its strategy of new product initiatives.
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Higher return on equity: An edge for Indian markets 30.6.2015 All Markets Stories
Ability to deliver higher returns and margins to help India Inc stand out among emerging market peers; market to sustain premium valuations
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The irresistible lure of ‘babudom’ 30.6.2015 Asian Age: India
In India, civil servants are, most of the time, at the receiving end. Irrespective of their duties, they are lumped together, lampooned and derisively dubbed as “babus”. And who is a babu? The incorrigible status-quoist who tries his best to delay a decision that he can’t stall or overturn. Incapable of thinking out of the box and prone to showing the rule book at the drop of a hat. Indifferent and insensitive to the ordinary people who, in his eyes, constitute mere numbers. Stiff upper-lip brown sahib who believes India ticks because of him. Governments come and go. parties win and lose elections. Whosoever is at the helm of the affairs, needs them. Generalist par excellence, one-shoe-fit-all, he can handle everything and anything, from rural development to law; from science and technology to petroleum; and from telecom to external affairs, culture and defence. And among the civil servants, the IAS babu is the most coveted; he is the supreme Brahmin of the civil service hierarchy. Evidently, he believes ...
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