State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) may acquire India's third-biggest fuel retailer HPCL in an about Rs 44,000 crore ($6.6 billion) deal as part of the government's plan to create an integrated oil giant. Following up on Finance Minister Arun ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
ONCG may buy HPCL in Rs 44,000 crore deal - DNA, 3 weeks ago
Oil giant ahoy! ONGC may buy out HPCL in 44K cr deal - Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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Mumba i - Reliance Infrastructure has said that in the next few years defence will be its largest business sector, where it is targeting opportunities worth Rs 1 lakh crore per annum. This information was revealed by RInfra on Monday when it held an "Analyst ...Sify, 3 weeks ago
Reliance Infrastructure plans to focus on engineering, procurement and construction contracts in four big verticals – power, transport, marine and mega projects. "We are focusing on four big verticals. One entire big vertical is power. In power, we have ...DNA, 1 month ago
The prospect of merger of public sector oil companies that could give shape to an energy behemoth that would rival some of the energy giants worldwide – an on-off suggestion that has been doing the rounds for over 12 years – got a hefty push when finance ...The Financial Chronicle, 3 weeks ago India’s oil firms to rival global giants The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
Finance minister attempts a clean-up job, keeps projected expenditure growth low. Image: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley during a post-Budget press conference in New Delhi on Wendnesday. Photograph: Vijay Kumar Joshi/PTI Photo. Presenting the Union Budget for 2017-18 on Wednesday, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley attempted a clean-up job across the board -- including on macro-economic indicators, some troubled sectors, and on tax compliance. A major impact on the Budget-drafting process was ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'Unless India Inc's earnings offer promise in the March 2017 quarter, sentiment may not reverse in a hurry,' reports Hamsini Karthik.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Outcomes of November 8, particularly the government banning the use of certain high denomination notes and Donald Trump emerging President-elect of the United States have had a lasting impact on the Indian equities. The BSE Sensex, which until November 8, 2016 gave 5.6% year-to-date returns to investors, witnessed a major ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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