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SABIC resin to be used in Mumbai suburbans' seats

Saudi Arabia-based Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) has agreed to provide Indian Railway's Integral Coach Factory (ICF) with 'Lexan' resin for manufacturer of new seating material for the Mumbai suburban rail system."Beyond supplying Lexan resin, ... Prokerala, 4 days ago
Saudi's resin solution to modernise Mumbai railways Business Standard, 6 days ago

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Corporates hope Modi Govt.'s Railway Budget will usher in sea change in Indian railways for good

India's corporate honchos hope that the maiden Railway Budget of the Modi government will exercise tough measures to bring in a sea change in Indian railways by being more passenger friendly and giving thrust on improving the speed of Indian ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Budget Budge Benefits Building  Air Cargo News Flying Typers1 month ago A budget with new challenges for women  Kashmir Times1 month ago 'India a tax-free country? Not even in distant future!'  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Pipavav Railway's traffic revenue up 30 percent

The Pipavav Railway Corporation, Indian Railways joint venture company with Gujarat Pipavav Port, Thursday reported a 30 percent rise in its total traffic revenue for 2013-14.According to the company, it earned a net profit of about Rs.80.78 crore and a total ...
 Prokerala5 days ago

India regains S&P’s ‘stable’ outlook on reform push

Global rating agency Standard & Poor’s on Friday raised India’s ‘BBB minus’ rating outlook back to ‘stable’ from ‘negative’ on expectations that with a strong political mandate, the Modi government will be able to implement fiscal and economic ...
 The Financial Chronicle4 days ago S&P's upgrades ratings for six domestic firms  Business Today India4 days ago S&P's improves rating outlook for 6 Indian cos  Business Standard India4 days ago S&P revises outlook on ten Indian companies to 'stable' from 'negative'  Economic Times4 days ago

Sudeep Chakravarti's new book discusses human rights in the business context in India

NEW DELHI: How could one of India's largest and most respected corporate house - Tata Steel, who prides itself on its unwavering commitment to human rights, get it so wrong twice over; in Kalinga Nagar and in Singur? How could an isolated fishing ...
 Economic Times2 days ago New Book Talks About the Road From MoUs to MAOism  Outlook India2 days ago

S&P ups rating outlook of 10 firms, 11 financial entities

Close on the heels of revising India's sovereign credit rating from negative to stable, Standard & Poor's on Friday upgraded the rating outlook of 10 Indian companies. These included Reliance Industries (RIL), Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and ...
 Business Standard India4 days ago S&P revises outlook on four Indian government-related entities to stable  India Infoline4 days ago

NSE chief sells India growth story to China's financial institutions

As China looks to step up its investments in India after President Xi Jinping's first visit, India is wooing major Chinese financial institutions like the sovereign wealth funds, which can potentially invest billions of dollars in the lucrative ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago NSE chief woos China's financial institutions, stock exchanges  The Freepress Journal1 week ago NSE Chief Lures China into Investing Heavily in Indian Stock Market  Outlook India1 week ago NSE chief woos China`s financial institutions  ZeeNews.com1 week ago
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China to assist in high-speed rail corridors

NEW DELHI: China will work with India to build one of the proposed high-speed train corridors. Indian Railways will identify the project to be developed with Chinese cooperation. The China Railway Siyuan Survey and Design Group and other Chinese ...
 Times of India1 week ago China's gift: High speed trains, modern stations in India  Rediff.com1 week ago China President Xi's India Visit: Railways join hands with China to increase train speed  Economic Times1 week ago China President Xi's India visit: China to assist in high-speed rail corridors  Economic Times1 week ago
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Konkan railway unreserved tickets can be booked in advnce

Press Trust of India | Mangalore September 24, 2014 Last Updated at 20:35 IST The three-day advance booking facility for unreserved tickets which is already available on the Indian Railway system is to be offered on the Konkan Railway Corporation also from ...
 Business Standard6 days ago
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India, China can mutually learn on inviting foreign capital

Beijing, Sep 22 At a time when India has firmed up major Chinese investment into the country during President Xi Jinping's just concluded visit, a top Indian stock exchange official Monday said there was a lot of cross-market learning between both ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago 'India, China can mutually learn on inviting foreign capital'  Daijiworldcom1 week ago 'India, China can mutually learn …  Yahoo! India1 week ago China to invest $20B in India over next 5 years  Nikkei Asian Review1 week ago
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