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AirAsia takes wing; B'lore to be India hub

Heating up the intensely competitive low-cost airline market, AirAsia India on Thursday launched its maiden Indian flight from the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) here to Goa. The fully booked, 55-minute flight, on an Airbus A320 aircraft, also marked ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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Too-big-to-fail: RBI to start announcing D-SIBs from Aug '15

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Tuesday released the framework for dealing with domestic systemically important banks (D-SIBs) — the equivalent of too-big-to-fail banks — names of which will be announced in August every year from 2015. ...
 Financial Express2 days ago RBI releases framework for dealing with domestic systemically important banks  MyIris2 days ago Too-big-to-fail bank names by Aug '15: RBI  Times of India2 days ago RBI to list four-six banks as too big to fail [Mint, New Delhi :: ]  BusinessWeek1 day ago

Auto, construction and infrastructure sectors to push up steel demand in India

(Follow @steelguru on Twitter for important updates) The revival in demand from auto and construction sectors as well as the government's focus on infrastructure and railways is likely to push up steel demand in the second half of this year. ...
 Steel Guru5 days ago

Country needs to be watchful especially with regard to gold, crude oil: DS Rawat

India's exports grew by 10.2% during June 2014 to USD 26.48 billion from USD 24.02 during June 2013. While, imports during June, 2014 also showed a growth of 8.3% in dollar terms to USD 38.24 billion from USD 35.30 billion in June, 2013. While, ...
 MyIris1 week ago

Keep steel out of FTA with Japan & Korea: Steel Ministry

Worried over growing imports from Japan and Korea with whom India has free trade pacts, Steel Ministry has suggested shipments from these nations be brought under negative list to safeguard the interest of local firms. "Under economic agreements between India ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago U.S. sets duties on steel pipe imports from South Korea  Sify1 week ago

U.S. Ex-Im Bank weighs loan to major India coal project

By Valerie Volcovici WASHINGTON, July 3 (Reuters) - The U.S. Export-Import Bankis considering financing a massive coal-fired power plant inIndia despite the fact the Obama administration has called ondomestic and global public lenders to stop funding ...
 Sify3 weeks ago US Exim Bank weighs loan to major India coal project  The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Will India’s edible oil import bill rise on El Nino?

At a time when there is no unanimity over the timing and intensity of the looming El Nino on the one hand, and prospects of softening edible oil prices overseas (palm oil, soya oil) on the other, Assochams latest report that Indias import bill for edible oil ...
 Business Line1 month ago Sensex closes 1.8% down for the week  Equitymaster.com1 month ago

Can new airlines save Indian aviation?

Posted by Equitymaster India's aviation sector is financially in the doldrums. A myriad of issues plague the sector. Intense competition, bureaucratic hurdles and high cost of fuel are just some of the main problems. On top of this, there exists a complex ...
 Equitymaster.com1 day ago How to fix our manufacturing sector woes?  Equitymaster.com4 weeks ago

Wireless Gas Detection With Crowcon's Detective Net

/PRNewswire/ -- Important Note: This press release is only meant for the Indian market. Any release outside India is not authorised. Wireless Module Works With Crowcon's Detective+ Transportable Gas Detectors Crowcon's new Detective Net ...
 PR Newswire India1 week ago
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Scientists warn of increased risk of drought, flood during monsoon in India

Researchers, including two Indian origin-scientists, show that the intensity of extremely wet spells and the number of extremely dry spells during the South Asian Monsoon season has both been increasing in recent decades. Deepti Singh, lead author of the ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago Extreme wet, dry spells up drought, flood risks in India  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago 'Extreme wet, dry spells up drought, flood risks in India'  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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