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Half of India's listed firms on the verge of falling off the grid
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Half of India's listed firms on the verge of falling off the grid

The universe of India’s listed companies seems on the verge of shrinking to half its current size. Though the deadline for shutdown of regional stock exchanges (RSEs) expired more than a month ago, none of the 4,000-plus exclusively RSE-listed companies has migrated to national exchanges. A Business Standard analysis of data from 15 regional bourses in various stages of shutting down shows that the total number of RSE-listed companies is 11,235, while the number of companies listed on the ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Will it be smooth sailing or a bumpy ride ahead for Anandiben?

The new Gujarat chief minister’s no-nonsense attitude and being a tough taskmaster might rub the people up the wrong way, making things difficult for her, observes Arvind J Bosmia. When Anandiben Patel was sworn in on Thursday as the first woman chief minister in Gujarat at Mahatma Gandhi Mandir in Gandhinagar, there were murmurs of dissent. According to sources, Narendra Modi’s choice of Patel as his successor hadn’t gone down too well with party members. Some say the close ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Govt may start diluting stake in public banks in November

The government is likely to start selling its stake in public sector banks (PSBs) in November. It is also expected State Bank of India (SBI), India’s largest lender, will tap the markets this year.   Financial Services Secretary G S Sandhu on Thursday said the government would seek a Cabinet nod for stake dilution in PSBs, adding the sale would be in tranches, based on banks’ requirement of funds. “It will be a combination of follow-on public offer (FPO) and, in some ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Monsoon revival might not make up for rainfall deficit

After playing truant for almost 45 days, the southwest monsoon has started showing strong signs of revival in the critical western, central and northern parts of the country since Tuesday but this has not totally erased fears of drought in some pockets. The weatherman says if the momentum generated by these showers is maintained in August, the drought fears will subside. According to the India Meteorological Department, the southwest monsoon has revived in parts of northwest and central India ...
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Need another three years to complete Narmada project: Gujarat govt

During the Question Hour, Congress MLA Mohammad Javed Peerzada had sought a status report of Narmada dam project from the state government. On behalf of the government, Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama informed the House that the current ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
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Skymet lowers monsoon forecast; odds of a drought at 60%

India now faced a higher likelihood of a drought in some parts, as monsoon rain would be less than predicted in April, private weather forecaster Skymet said on Friday. It said the probability of a drought now stood at 60 per cent, against its April estimate of 25 per cent. It added the chance of a drought was highest in the northwest weather zone (80 per cent), followed by central India (75 per cent) and the south (50 per cent). According to Skymet, the 2014 monsoon is likely to deliver 91 per ...
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Know who Kapil Dev believes to perform for India in the tour to England

Mumbai : Though India were thrashed 4-0 in their last tour to England, former captain Kapil Dev is of the opinion that if the current set of batsmen delivers big, the bowling attack, even sans Zaheer Khan, was capable of complementing them in the five-Test ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
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Will make Gujarat slum-free in next five years: CM Patel

Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel on Sunday announced that her government will make the state slum-free in the next five years and is also aiming to provide pucca houses to the needy. “The state government is making efforts and is aiming to make Gujarat a slum-free state in next five years,” Patel said. The Gujarat CM added, “The government of Gujarat has given improved basic amenities and now our government is aiming to provide quality education to the under-privileged ...
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