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US feels India is protective

The perception in the US seems to be that India is curtailing market access for US companies, said a paper by industry chamber CII before the official visit of US President Barack Obama.

Firms on local exchanges can now list on BSE, NSE

Lakhs of investors who were stuck with their investment in companies listed on the regional stock exchanges would now finally get a chance to exit as Sebi has decided to give those companies eighteen

Hindujas only British in top 80 richest

Srichand and Gopichand Hinduja emerged as the 66th richest in the world

With an estimated wealth of nearly $14 billion, India-born Hinduja brothers have now emerged as the only British names on the list of world’s top 80 billionaires dominated by Americans.

Lessor seeks return of 3 SpiceJet aircraft

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India faces growing pressure over financial uncertainty at budget carrier SpiceJet after leasing company BOC Aviation demanded the return of three leased aircraft, in what is seen as a test of global

Neyveli Lignite gets green nod for Tamil Nadu plant

A high-level environment ministry panel has given its nod to state-run miner Neyveli Lignite to set up a new thermal power plant of 1,000 MW capacity at a wildlife area in Tamil Nadu’s Tuticorin distr

After years of slump, auto firms expect 5 per cent growth

With the fall in crude oil prices and a reduction in interest rates, the auto industry is set for a revival and is expected to register a growth of around five per cent in the coming fiscal, say indus

Roam free

Land Rover

Land Rover gives us a taste of the go-anywhere, do-anything Freelander 2

Investors are happy about ordinance route, says Arun Jaitley

Finance minister Arun Jaitley during a session at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos on Friday. 	— PTI

Terming political opposition to ordinance route for reforms as ‘obstructionism’, finance minister Arun Jaitley said the foreign investors have no problems with these decisions and they were rather hap

India’s foreign reserves hit all-time high

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India’s foreign exchange reserves has touched an all-time high of $322.135 billion in the week ended January 16, on account of surge in foreign currency assets by a massive $2.66 billion, according to

India set to grow 6.2 per cent in next fiscal

India’s economy will pick up steam in the fiscal year beginning in April, but not by as much as analysts thought just a few months ago due to disappointment over a delayed revival in investment, accor

Market Wrap

Spot the winners early

All of us are in awe of ‘quality’ companies that stand out and deliver consistent results year after year.

There are several ways of looking at the debates around freedom of speech.

This is truly epic. Though, perhaps, hysterical is a more apt description.