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Allocate domestic natural gas to make fertiliser, says FAI
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India's fertiliser industry seeks Gas allocation for sustainab...

The Fertiliser Association of India (FAI) has said that government decision to confine gas allocation to complex fertilisers would not benefit the industry as there is no distinction between urea and complex fertilise.. 02 Sep 2014 NEW DELHI ... CommodityOnline, 18 hours ago
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Minister suggests relief package for coconut growers

Union minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers, Ananth Kumar said on Tuesday that he would speak to prime minister Narendra Modi to provide financial aid to farmers who suffered due to drought in both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Speaking at an event ...
 Deccan Herald4 hours ago Uttar Pradesh for Integrated Plastic Park status to Auraiya plastic city  Jagran Post4 weeks ago Siddu, George blamed for surge in rapes  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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SC to be briefed on status of 46 blocks

The government has directed top steel, power and fertiliser companies holding 46 coal blocks to divulge their operational plans and production targets for this financial year. The data will be compiled by the nodal coal ministry in an affidavit to ...
 Financial Chronicle10 hours ago Govt urges SC not to cancel 46 coal blocks  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago Government may offer foreign companies coal blocks given up by developers  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Plant closure dims margin outlook for Chambal Fertilisers

The Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals stock has fallen after the company on 26 August said it closed a urea plant because of a leakage in ammonia synthesis gas converter. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint The Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd stock has ...
 Livemint.com14 hours ago Leakage forces Chambal Fertilisers to shut down urea plant  Business Standard1 week ago Chambal Fertilisers & Chemicals temporarily shuts down an urea plant  Capital Market1 week ago Chambal Fertilisers & Chemicals Ltd shuts down Ammonia-Urea Plant at Gadepan  Equity Bulls6 days ago
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Exit Chambal Fert at around Rs 60, prefer UPL: Saraogi

"If you want to stay in the space, UPL is the best play in the fertiliser space. It has got a much better chart then Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals,"
 Moneycontrol.com22 hours ago Stay away from fertiliser space: Sudarshan Sukhani  Money Control2 months ago

Check Excessive Use of Urea, Govt Tells Trade

NEW DELHI: The Fertiliser Ministry, in a letter to the Fertiliser Association of India (FAI), has sought ways by which urea consumption can be brought down to reduce the subsidy bill and help improve soil health. The Economic Survey for 2014-15 ...
 New Indian Express1 hour ago Check excessive consumption of urea: Govt to industry  Business Standard India18 hours ago
Business Standard India

Deepak Fertilisers set to increase open offer bid for MCF takeover

ns to revise open offer price to beat Mallya-Poddar efforts Digbijay Mishra | New Delhi September 3, 2014 Last Updated at 00:57 IST Pune-based Deepak Fertilisers, which has been trying for over a year to gain management control of Mangalore ...
 Business Standard India1 hour ago Deepak plans to revise open offer price for MCF takeover bid  India Infoline1 hour ago Deepak set to improve MCF takeover bid  Smart Investor2 hours ago Top corporate news of the day  India Infoline2 months ago
Financial Express

Core industries growth slows to 2.7% in July

Negative growth in crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, fertilisers and steel has pulled down the growth of the eight core industries to 2.7 per cent in July. Growth in the infrastructure sector, which has a combined weight of about 38 per ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago Core sector growth slows to 2.7 pc in July  Press Trust of India1 day ago 8 core industries July growth dips to 2.7% from 5.3% YoY  Millennium Post1 day ago India's July infrastructure output growth slows to 2.7%  Financial Express1 day ago
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Business Line

Saptari peasants continue agitation for fertiliser

RAJBIRAJ: Agitating peasants picketed different state-owned offices and chanted slogans demanding chemical fertiliser in Saptari today as well. The peasants staged a sit-in outside the District Administration and District Agriculture Offices, among ...
 Himalayan Times1 day ago Determining where fertiliser is needed  ABC Online1 week ago Govt has not paid fertiliser cos since Jan 2014: Union  Money Control3 weeks ago Fertilizer: Volumes may hit if monsoons remain deficient  Money Control1 month ago
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State, Centre to sign pact for Jan Aushadhi centres

Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers Ananth Kumar said on Monday that the Union government was planning to start Jan Aushadhi centres across the country. The Centre has asked the state government to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago Centre Mulls Waste Unit between K'nada, Vizag  New Indian Express5 days ago
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