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Cabinet Approves Real Estate Bill 2013, Brings Protection Against Fake Promises & Frauds

Boost to Pharma sector as Govt okays FII in Aurobindo, Glenmark

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, Tuesday approved two significant foreign investments in the pharmaceutical sector. In two decisions that will result in an inflow of over Rs.4,000 ... SME Times, 1 week ago

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Cabinet Clears Rs 4,187-Crore Glenmark, Aurobindo Proposals

New Delhi : Foreign investment proposals worth Rs 4,187 crore of pharmaceutical majors Glenmark and Aurobindo were approved by the government on Tuesday. The decision was taken by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA), chaired by Prime ...
 NDTV Profit1 week ago Nod for more foreign equity in Glenmark, Aurobindo  The Freepress Journal1 week ago CCEA clears Glenmark, Aurobindo proposals worth Rs 4,187 cr  Hindu Business Line1 week ago Kenya in bid to retire tax breaks to foreign investors  East African2 weeks ago

Glenmark Pharma gains after CCEA approves hike in FII investments limit

IST on BSE after the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved raising foreign investment limit in the company to 49% from 35.07%. Meanwhile, the BSE Sensex was up 147.47 points, or 0.52%, to 28,664.06. On BSE, so far 1.30 lakh shares were traded in the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Glenmark Pharma closes 5% higher on hike in FII investment limit  India Infoline1 week ago

Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR) Hyderabad development begins, Aliens Group to be Major Contributor

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) of Hyderabad has approved the state's proposal for setting up an Information Technology Investment Region (ITIR) in the city. Hyderabad has become one of the big industrial hubs of the country as it ...
 Businessworld India1 week ago

Sri Lanka orders review of Chinese investment projects

The cabinet sub committee on economic affairs has appointed an official committee to review these proposals and submit a report. Photo: Hindustan Times Colombo: Sri Lanka ordered a review of 35 investment projects on Friday, most of them awarded ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago Lanka steps up scrutiny of 28 Chinese projects  Gulf Times2 weeks ago Sri Lanka intensifies scrutiny of Chinese projects  Town Hall2 weeks ago A Preface To Post January 08th Media In Sri Lanka  Scoop2 weeks ago

Lupin hits record high

after the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs yesterday, 28 January 2015, gave its nod for increase in aggregate limit of investment by FIIs and their sub-accounts in Lupin from 33% to 49%. Meanwhile, the S BSE Sensex was down 98.34 points or 0.33% at ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Proposal of M/s Lupin Limited for increase in aggregate limit of investment by FIls and their sub accounts registered with SEBI, from 33 percent to 49 percent  PIB2 months ago

Cabinet allows 49 pc foreign investment in Lupin

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) Wednesday approved the proposal of drug major Lupin Ltd. to increase investment by foreign institutional investors (FIIs) to 49 percent from 33 percent. "The approval would result in foreign investment of ...
 SME Times2 months ago Cabinet allows 49 percent foreign investment in Lupin  Prokerala2 months ago
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Cabinet nod for smart cities soon; roll-out next month: M Venkaiah Naidu

M Venkaiah Naidu said that money is a major issue in the development of smart cities as huge investment is required and the government does not have that all. (PTI) Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said the Cabinet is likely to clear ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Cabinet nod for smart cities soon, roll-out next month: Venkaiah Naidu  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Centre to roll out Smart City project soon: Naidu  Nagaland Post2 weeks ago Cabinet nod for smart cities soon: Venkaiah Naidu  Economic Times1 week ago
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Government approves supply of cheap LNG to power plants; move to rescue investments worth Rs 60,000 cr

NEW DELHI:The Cabinet has approved the supply of cheap liquefied natural gas (LNG) for power plants to rescue investments worth Rs 60,000 crore that was on the verge of sinking because of fuel scarcity, for which the government has squarely blamed ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Efforts to revive power plants may bring limited relief  Business Standard India2 weeks ago Investors offered huge incentives: power policy notified  Business Recorder2 weeks ago Cabinet allows use of imported gas to revive stuck power plants  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

PM Mahlab chairs meeting of Cabinet's economic committee

Cairo - MENA Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab on Monday chaired a meeting of the ministerial economic committee. The governor of the Central Bank and the ministers of trade and industry, planning, supply, electricity, finance, international ...
 Arabstoday.net3 weeks ago PMO tells Tribal Ministry: Sitting on projects is lack of commitment  Indian Express2 weeks ago PM Chairs Meeting of Cabinet's Economic Committee  Individual.com3 weeks ago Economic Ministers foresee 3% growth in first-quarter economy  Noodls3 days ago
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