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Centre to revive Fertiliser Corporation of India Ltd's sick unit at Odisha's Talcher
OrissaDiary

Centre to revive Fertiliser Corporation of India Ltd's sick un...

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, New Delhi: The Union Minister for Chemicals & Fertilizers Ananth Kumar today held a meeting with the Minister of Steel, Mines and Labour & Employme'> Report by Odisha Diary bureau, New Delhi: The Union Minister for Chemicals & ... OrissaDiary, 1 month ago

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Deepak Fertilizers, Maruti Suzuki and Cipla to see some action today

Deepak Fertilisers & Petrochemicals Corporation's wholly owned subsidiary - Smartchem Technologies (STL), India's leading manufacturer of mining chemicals, as a part of its forward integration initiative, has incorporated 'Platinum Blasting ...
 Indian-Commodity2 weeks ago Deepak Fertilisers Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers edge higher  Capital Market1 month ago Deepak Fertilisers, Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers edge higher  Business Standard India1 month ago Manufacturing of Chemicals and Fertilizers by CIL  PIB2 months ago

Zuari Fertilisers gets nod from CCI to acquire stake in MCF

Zuari Fertilisers and Chemicals has received approval from Competition Commission of India (CCI) to acquire up to 26% stake in Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilisers (MCF). According to CCI, the proposed combination of Zuari Group firms and UB Group ...
 Indian-Commodity6 days ago Zuari Fertilisers gets final nod for MCF open offer  Hindu Business Line1 week ago
Express Computer India

Technology sparks sustainable business growth in India

India's economic development has spiked in recent years, as has its reputation for being a fertile ground for growth and innovation. By Kevin Taylor But to dive into the next stage and remain competitive, the country's CIOs need to create, ...
 Express Computer India1 week ago Renewed focus on the Indian Manufacturing Industry  This Week Bangalore1 week ago India Is A Fertile Market For Building Valuable Brands  Afternoon Despatch & Courier3 weeks ago EIL Pioneer Since 1965  EGov Online3 weeks ago
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Vacancy for General Physician and Pathologist

Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited is hiring for the post of General Physician and Pathologist purely on contractual basis. It is the first factory of its kind in India to use associated natural gas as basic raw material for producing ...
 India Today5 days ago

Deepak Fertilizers gets Competition Commission of India nod to buy...

Competition Commission has approved Deepak Fertilizers' proposed additional stake buy in Vijay Mallya group firm Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers. The approval from the fair trade watchdog also paves the way for Deepak Fertilizers to make the ...
 VC Circle1 month ago Deepak Fertilizers gets nod to buy more stake in MCFL  Deccan Herald1 month ago MCFL stake buy move gets CCI nod: Deepak Fertilizers  Business Standard India1 month ago MCF up 6%, Deepak Fert gets CCI nod to buy more stake in co  Moneycontrol.com1 month ago
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Business Standard India

Ghana shelves India-funded fertiliser plant

$1.1-billion joint venture fertiliser project, to be financed by the Indian government, has been pushed to the backburner by the Ghanaian government because it wants to use the gas to support energy production for now, President John Dramani Mahama ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago MCF seeks status quo on subsidy policy for naphtha-based plants  Business Standard India2 weeks ago MCF seeks continuation of subsidy policy for naphtha-based plants  Smart Investor2 weeks ago MCF wants subsidy policy to continue  Yahoo! Malaysia2 weeks ago
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Proposals for investment of Rs 10,000 cr approved in 100 days: Kumar

With the aim of making India self-sufficient in urea production, the Fertiliser Ministry has approved proposals for investment of about Rs 10,000 crore to revive the State-owned closed urea plants. Besides, the Government is working on setting up ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago Approved proposals for Rs 10k cr investment in 100 days: Kumar  Business Standard India2 weeks ago Approved proposals for Rs 10,000 crore investment in 100 days: Ananth Kumar  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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RIL, ONGC, BP, Cairn demand immediate hike in natural gas price

Energy giants led by Reliance Industries, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, BP and Cairn India on Monday unanimously demanded an immediate hike in natural gas prices, saying current sub-market price of $4.2 was impeding development of over a dozen discoveries. As the government began consultations with stakeholders on raising gas prices, gas producers and consumers met a committee of secretaries separately with their pleas on the issue. The panel, whose meeting was chaired by Power Secretary P ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago Stakeholders for Early Gas Price Revision  New Indian Express4 weeks ago

Urea plants revival: PMO asks Fertilizer dept to draw up plans

Press Trust of India New Delhi, 17 August: Aimingto reduce urea imports, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO)has asked the Department of Fertilizers (DoF)to draw up plans for reviving two or more urea plants in the eastern parts. In a high-level ...
 The Statesman1 month ago Meet to revive closed urea plants  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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