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Deepak Fertilisers gains 1.6%; govt plea on gas supply to unit...

Deepak Fertilisers & Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd has informed BSE that pursuant to the Order by Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MOPNG), the supply of domestic gas to the Company's Plant in Raigad, Maharashtra had been stopped by Gas ... India Infoline, 1 day ago

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DNA India

PTI - COUNCIL-AGRI - PM reviews performance of food, fertiliser, agri ministries

COUNCIL-AGRI - PM reviews performance of food, fertiliser, agri ministries Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. New Delhi, Jan 27 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took stock of the progress made on revival of three fertiliser plants, setting up ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Target to reduce oil import dependence by 10% by 2022, says PM Modi  DNA India3 days ago Last Wednesdays For Review, PM Modi Tells Minister  NDTV2 weeks ago Modi Gives Babus a Piece of His Mind, Pep Talk to Ministers  New Indian Express2 weeks ago
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Growing portfolio

Minister of Chemicals and Fertilisers Ananth Kumar's preoccupation with the pharmaceutical industry is well known - he apparently suggested to the Prime Minister's Office and the cabinet secretariat to carve out a separate ministry for it for better ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago Ananth Kumar hints at separate ministry for pharmaceuticals  Deccan Herald1 month ago Gujarat to get maiden medical devices and pharma parks: Union Minister Ananth Kumar  DNA1 month ago Ananth Kumar: Separate ministry for pharma sector  The Hindu2 months ago
Moneycontrol.com

Plants being made functional, will not require fertiliser import: Anant Kumar

Gwalior Chemicals and Fertilisers Minister Anant Kumar today said fertiliser production would touch 245 lakh mt this fiscal as against 225 lakh mt last year. About half-a-dozen closed fertiliser plants are made functional and are going for ...
 DeshGujarat1 month ago Fertiliser output to hit 245 lakh mt this fiscal: Anant Kumar  Press Trust of India1 month ago

BL Twenty Years Ago Today: Rs. 2,200-cr. revival package for HFC, Fertiliser Corpn

January 12, 1996The Group of Ministers (GoM) today approved the proposal of the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilisers to revive the ailing Hindustan Fertilisers Corporation (HFC) and the Fertilis...
 Business Line1 month ago Ministry stamp for pharma co’s revival package  Times of India1 month ago Business Line twenty years ago today: Centre may support HFC, FCI revival  Business Line2 months ago BL Twenty Years Ago Today: Panel moots Rs. 3,200-cr. write-off by Railways  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago

Farmers demand remunerative prices, irrigation facilities

Farmers organisations, food and fertiliser companies and agriculture experts on Monday urged finance minister Arun Jaitely to ensure that farmers get remunerative prices for their produce and make sufficient Budget outlay to create irrigation ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Farmers want more support from new ministry  Qatar is Booming5 days ago Farmers urged to fence off agricultural ponds  Jordan Times1 month ago
Money Control

Norms Eased for Isolated, Small Gas fields

NEW DELHI: The oil ministry on Monday relaxed the rules for selecting power, fertilizer, steel and city gas distribution companies in the NorthEast region for allocation of natural gas from the marginal fields of state-owned ONGC and Oil India Ltd, ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago Govt relaxes guidelines for small, isolated gas fields  Money Control1 month ago Government relaxes norms for small, isolated gas fields  Jagran Post1 month ago Rules for small gas fields eased  Asian Age1 month ago
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Partnership summit nets AP Rs 4.6L cr commitment

Union minister for chemicals and fertilisers Ananth Kumar on Tuesday announced several projects, including a greenfield petrochemical complex in Andhra Pradesh, which will be built by HPCL and GAIL. He also made an in-principle announcement of the expansion ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 weeks ago Greenfield petrochemical complex to be set up in Andhra Pradesh: Ananth Kumar  Economic Times4 weeks ago

Chambal Fertiliser going slow on Tripura urea plant: Manik Sarkar

KOLKATA: Chambal Fertiliser is not showing much interest in the urea plant in Tripura, Chief Minister Manik Sarkar said today. "Chambal Fertiliser had agreed, but now it is not showing much interest," Sarkar said during an interactive session with ...
 Economic Times1 month ago CFCL not too keen on Tripura urea plant: Manik Sarkar  Economic Times1 month ago CHAMBAL FERTILISERS & CHEMICALS : Fertiliser going slow on Tripura urea plant  4 Traders1 month ago
Masress.com

Fertiliser produced through CNG: Ministries take divergent positions on proposal

Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms has opposed the proposal of Ministry of Industries with respect to export of surplus Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN) and Calcium Nitrate (CN) fertiliser produced by using imported LNG, it was learnt.
 Business Recorder6 days ago Ministry of Trade cancels export fees on production components for projects in free zones  Masress.com1 week ago Pakistan. Fertiliser produced through CNG: Ministries take divergent positions on proposal  BlackSeaGrain.net5 days ago
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