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Adani Clears Another Hurdle In Bid To Get Mining Lease

Indian mining giant Adani's 6.5 billion dollar controversial coal mine project in Australia's Queensland state has inched closer to getting its mining lease after it struck a mining compensation deal with a local government body

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Market Continues To Falter, Sensex Dives 241 Points

Uncertainty surrounding Budget announcements on February 29 and the futures and options expiry coming up tomorrow kept investors skittish

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To Power Up Growth, FM Arun Jaitley Must Revive Investments: CII

The industry body said Budget should announce some bold steps to address the issue of non-performing assets (NPAs) in the banking system. As of September 2015, NPAs constituted over 5 per cent of banks’ total advances.

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Asia's Oil Markets In Upheaval As China, India Change The Game

Asia's oil markets are being upended as India's and China's refiners overtake once-dominant buyers like Japan and challenge the United States as the world's biggest consumer

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Sensex Suffers More Losses, Slides 142 Points On Asia Pain

The Sensex remained on edge as it fell further by about 142 points in early trade on Wednesday, extending yesterday's fall, on sustained capital outflows by foreign funds and selling by retail investors amid subdued Asian shares

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ONGC $500 Million San Cristobal Investment Deal Imminent: PDVSA

Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA is about to clinch a deal for India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp to invest some $500 million in their San Cristobal joint venture

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Rail Budget 2016 | Show Political Will And Raise Passenger Fare: Assocham

Says the fare increase would reduce the drastic losses on passenger traffic, now running at 68 per cent of passenger earnings

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US, EU Regulators Urge Indian Drug Companies To Step Up Standards

India supplies about 33 per cent of the medicines sold in the United States, and nearly a quarter sold in the UK

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Silence May Not Be Golden As Modi Lays Low During Unrest

Amid the clamour of unrest sweeping university campuses and the state of Haryana, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided on a strategy that risks emboldening political opponents: silence is golden

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Ringing Bells To Face Action If It Fails To Deliver Rs 251 Phone: Ravi Shankar Prasad

Ringing Bells has said the manufacturing cost of the phone is about Rs 2,500, which will be recovered through a series of measures such as economies of scale, innovative marketing, reduction in duties and creating an e-commerce marketplace

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