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Infra firms stay free of note ban effect
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Infra firms stay free of note ban effect

As infrastructure, power hardly deal in cash, its paucity has failed to affect their receivables Infrastructure and power, core sectors considered proxies of economic growth, have remained relatively free from the effects - good or bad - of demonetisation, as can been seen in their financial performances. On November 8, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced the withdrawal of old Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, sucking out cash from the economy and affecting sectors heavily dependent on it. Rediff.com, 5 days ago

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Havells will enter AC, washing machine space with Rs 1,600-cr Lloyd buyout

Havells will acquire the entire consumer business infrastructure, people and distribution network. Plus all intellectual property of the Lloyd brand, logo, trademark and attendant rights. Havells India, leading electrical appliances and components company, is buying the consumer durables arm of Lloyd Electric & Engineering. The arm’s name is Lloyd Consumer Durable Business Division. Havells said on Sunday its board of directors had approved. The acquisition, when completed, will mark ...
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Learn from Japan, Make in India

Technology and operations management expert Elliott N Weiss discusses manufacturing, the trouble with too much automation, and the need to strike a balance between people and artificial intelligence with Ritwik Sharma. IMAGE: The idea of 'lean' started with Toyota productions. It's not an idea of increasing costs and quality; it's an idea of decreasing costs and increasing quality at the same time. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters. The Foreign Direct Investment coming to India will be ...
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Former Davis Cup coach paints bleak picture of Indian tennis future

Enrico Piperno, who was also India’s Fed Cup coach says, lack of funding, support and infrastructure will cease creation of a top-50 player   IMAGE: According to Enrico Piperno, after Leander Paes (in the above photo), Mahesh Bhupathi are Rohan Bopanna, there is no real hope for India in doubles. Photograph: Getty Images India's former Davis Cup and Fed Cup coach Enrico Piperno feels it is nearly impossible for the country's tennis players to make the world's top-50 as there is ...
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Rail Budget to focus on safety, infrastructure development

Reeling under a series of derailments, the Budget is likely to announce creation of a separate safety fund of about Rs 1 lakh crore over the next five years. A safety fund of Rs 20,000 crore (Rs 200 billion) for the Railways reeling under a series of deadly derailments, development of new lines, station redevelopment and setting up of Rail Development Authority and High Speed Rail Authority will be in focus as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley presents the first Rail Budget subsumed in the General ...
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President bats for simultaneous Lok Sabha and assembly polls

Simultaneous elections to Lok Sabha and state assemblies can help reduce difficulties in terms of expenditure and management, President Pranab Mukherjee said on Wednesday and asked the Election Commission to take the initiative in bringing political parties on one platform to discuss the issue. "If political parties arrive at a consensus to make amendment to the Constitution and if the initiative is taken by the Election Commission, as they have earned the reputation of impartiality...I do ...
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Axis Bank Q3 net dips 73% to Rs 580 cr on bad loan woes

The non-watchlist stress emanated from over five year-old loans in the iron and steel, infrastructure and construction sectors. Heavy loan losses continued to impact Axis Bank's profitability, with a 73 per cent decline in December net at Rs 580 crore but the third largest private sector lender said the "peak of the pain" is done with. The Shikha Sharma-led bank had posted a net profit of Rs 2,175 crore (Rs 21.75 billion) in the year-ago period. Even though down 48 per cent from the preceding ...
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Mourinho backs World Cup expansion, video technology

IMAGE: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. Photograph: Andrew Couldridge/ Livepic/Reuters. Jose Mourinho believes an expanded World Cup tournament would develop the sport in areas lacking strong soccer foundations without proving to be a burden for both clubs or players in major leagues. FIFA President Gianni Infantino wants to increase the quadrennial tournament to 48 nations from 2026 but Europe's leading clubs remain opposed to plans to expand the World Cup beyond its current ...
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'The Congress is like a waste management company'

'While Kejriwal has lost his credibility due to his failure in Delhi, Captain Amarinder Singh is dancing on the tune of his image managers.' IMAGE: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal at an election rally, December 8. Photograph: Kind courtesy Sukhbir Singh Badal/Facebook Sukhbir Singh Badal, Punjab's deputy chief minister, lashes out at his political opponents from the Congress and Aam Aadmi Party in this e-mail interview with Rediff.com's Prasanna D Zore. Demonetisation doesn't ...
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IT minister gives telcos one week for cashless action plan

The telecom companies have also been asked to urgently improve their infrastructure, as the government aims to digitise a host of services. Ravi Shankar Prasad, minister of electronics and information technology, has given a week to mobile telephone service providers for a plan on how to increase cashless transactions, sources said. At a meeting on Friday, Prasad apparently met representatives from Jio, Airtel, Idea, Vodafone and BSNL, among others. Apart from promoting of digital payments, the ...
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