Subhash Narayan
New Delhi
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Rising global wheat prices augur well for Indian exports

After a three-year break, wheat shipments from India may once again witness a sharp rise this year as exporters are looking to gain from favourable global market conditions.

Oil importers look at US shale as alternate to Iran supply

The US is likely to become the biggest gainer of its decision to impose sanctions on Iran with major oil importing countries, including India, looking to substantially increase crude oil imports fr

Big Interview: Absence of regulations hamper growth

Srei Group, part of the Kanoria Foundation, entered into an MoU with New Zealand’s CBL Corporation last year to set up a 50:50 joint venture to offer surety and guarantee products in India.  T

NTPC’s SJVNL acquisition likely this year

After kickstarting consolidation in the oil sector, the government plans to undertake a similar exercise in the power sector this year, allowing state-owned NTPC to buy out the entire central gover

Patanjali questions Adani Wilmar’s eligibility to bid for Ruchi Soya

In a development that could further complicate the resolution plan for debt-ridden Ruchi Soya, Ramdev-promoted Patanjali Ayurved has questioned the eligibility of rival bidder Adani Wilmar under th

Govt plans to reward oil cos with additional exploration rights

The government proposes to reward oil and gas exploration companies such as ONGC, Reliance, BP and Cairn Oil and Gas with permission to extract unconventional hydrocarbon sources like gas hydrates,

Finance Ministry raps central tax officers for poor GST show

The finance ministry is not happy with the central government officials who lag behind their counterparts in state governments in GST collection.

Govt devises ‘warehousing’ to restructure power sector NPAs

The government is formulating a new policy to “warehouse” stressed power assets and bring it back to health gradually through equity support from banks and power sector lending agencies and operati

Centre earns Rs 665cr a day from excise on oil

While the Centre seems to be working overtime for days to find a long-term solution to the spurt in retail prices of petrol and diesel, each day of delay is contributing thousands of crores of rupe

High oil prices may spoil party for BJP in 2019

The ruling BJP-led NDA government could have a tough time convincing the electorate that it deserves a second term in 2019, if one measures electoral fortunes of political formations based on publi

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