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Sensex closes volatile trade session flat (Roundup) 30.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
In volatile trade, a benchmark index of Indian equities markets closed Tuesday's trade flat -- up only 33 points or 0.13 percent -- even as the Reserve Bank decided to keep key interest rates unchanged in its fourth bi-monthly policy review.
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August core sector output rises to 5.8% 30.9.2014 Latest News
It was 2.7% in July; steel, coal, cement and power generation provided the push
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System has flexibility to deal with loans: Raghuram Rajan on Coalgate 30.9.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday said there is already "fair amount of flexibility" in the system to deal with loans impacted by the Supreme Court order to de-allocate 214 coal blocks.
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Coalgate: System has flexibility to deal with loans, saya Raghuram Rajan 30.9.2014 CNN-IBN: India
Reserve Bank Governor Raghuram Rajan on Tuesday said that there is already "fair amount of flexibility" in the system to deal with loans impacted by the Supreme Court order to de-allocate 214 coal blocks.
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Commodity super cycle turning downward, says RBI 30.9.2014 All Markets Stories
Global commodities prices have already reached inflexion points and are turning onto on a downward phase. This is the finding of the RBI. The central bank, as a part of its monetary policy announced today, published the analysis based on last five ...
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NTPC, Gujarat govt ink pact to swap coal 30.9.2014 All Companies Stories
National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Gujarat government run Gujarat State Electricity Corporation Ltd (GSECL) today inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to swap one million tonne of coal. The arrangement is likely to help both the ...
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Healthy fat in olive oil may repair failing hearts 30.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Oleate, a common dietary fat found in olive oil, may help restore proper metabolism of fuel that gets disturbed in case of heart failure, a study suggests.
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Sensex up 100 points; Rate sensitive stocks gain 30.9.2014 News
The 30-share Sensex is up 100 points at 26,704 and 50-share Nifty is up 30 points at 7,989.
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Singareni Collieries to open biggest mine 30.9.2014 Asian Age: Business
India’s second-largest coal producer Singareni Collieries will open the country’s biggest underground mine next month with a capacity of 2.8 million tonnes per year, which should help the firm edge past its output target for this fiscal year. Singareni’s better-than-expected output will ensure sufficient supplies to south India-based power plants it caters to, at a time when the country is facing a severe shortage of coal. Nearly half of India’s power plants have less than a week’s stock of the fuel. Singareni’s output is just about 10 per cent of what Coal India, the world’s largest miner, digs out. But its small size and focus on one state, Telangana, has helped it beat its production targets for years, unlike Coal India that has its mines across the country. Sutirtha Bhattacharya, Singareni’s chairman, said on Monday that the company will be able to produce about 1-1.5 million this fiscal year from the new underground mine. Most of India’s mines are easy-to-operate open cast pits. The company expects ...
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Gautam Adani to gain as coal imports set to spike on Supreme Court verdict 30.9.2014 DNA: Bangalore
Gautam Adani to gain as coal imports set to spike on Supreme Court verdict
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Markets open flat; all eyes on RBI Policy 30.9.2014 News
ITC, Infosys and Axis Bank weigh in opening trades
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Singareni Collieries to open biggest mine 30.9.2014 Asian Age: Business
India’s second-largest coal producer Singareni Collieries will open the country’s biggest underground mine next month with a capacity of 2.8 million tonnes per year, which should help the firm edge past its output target for this fiscal year. Singareni’s better-than-expected output will ensure sufficient supplies to south India-based power plants it caters to, at a time when the country is facing a severe shortage of coal. Nearly half of India’s power plants have less than a week’s stock of the fuel. Singareni’s output is just about 10 per cent of what Coal India, the world’s largest miner, digs out. But its small size and focus on one state, Telangana, has helped it beat its production targets for years, unlike Coal India that has its mines across the country. Sutirtha Bhattacharya, Singareni’s chairman, said on Monday that the company will be able to produce about 1-1.5 million this fiscal year from the new underground mine. Most of India’s mines are easy-to-operate open cast pits. The company expects ...
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India's navy: Strong on aircraft carriers, short of submarines 30.9.2014 All Specials Stories
Sea control is central to the outlook of the Indian Navy, which draws inspiration from Alfred Thayer Mahan, the 19th century US strategist
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UN climate meet scores high 29.9.2014 Deccan Herald - Opinion
The next challenge will be to ensure firm commitments in time for the crucial round of UN climate talks in 2015. It was always meant to be more about marshalling enthusiasm for a cause than making firm pledges. And, on that front, the United Nations-convened climate summit on September 23 delivered. Held in New York, it attracted an array of world leaders, activists and celebrities, who expressed grave concerns about the dire effects that unmitigated climate change will have on the wealth and security of future generations and on vulnerable ecosystems. Others, however, were left fretting that the world is still doing little to prevent emissions of greenhouse gases from accumulating at a rate that may soon cause severe climatic disruption. The next challenge will be to ensure that the enthusiasm generated at the meeting translates into firm commitments in time for the crucial round of UN climate talks. The goal of the meeting, scheduled for December 2015 in Paris, will be to agree on a more ambitious ...
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Assam Gas and Assam Power Generation to jointly set up plant in Assam 29.9.2014 All Specials Stories
The power plant will come up at an estimated cost of Rs 300 cr
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JP Associates' plan to lower debt faces hurdles 29.9.2014 All Opinion Stories
Excess Kharcham capacity, fuel supply shortfall at cement and power businesses a big overhang
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Top US CEOs assert faith in Narendra Modi's development agenda 29.9.2014 DNA: Wide Angle
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said he wants to convert the Supreme Court judgment on coal allocation into an "opportunity to move forward and clean up the past", as he wooed CEOs of large American companies to invest in India in key sectors including infrastructure. Hosting a breakfast for 11 CEOs, including Indian-origin PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt and Citigroup chief Michael Corbat, Modi said India is open-minded and want the change, which is "not one-sided". Listening to concerns raised by the business leaders, Modi assured them that his government will address their issues and try to make the environment in India more business- friendly. Describing the meeting as "excellent and very good", all business leaders, including Nooyi and Corbat, said that the Prime Minister heard their concerns and listed out the priority areas of his government to take forward the India story to higher levels. "(We) want to convert the Supreme Court judgment on coal allocation into an ...
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JSPL: Don't bottom fish yet 29.9.2014 Financial X-Ray
Jindal Steel and Power (JSPL) has seen its market cap erode by half thanks to the adverse news-flow on the coal blocks since June this year. From its 52-week high of Rs 350 on 9th June, the stock fell to Rs 167.70 intra-day last Friday, and is ...
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Banks will restructure coal assets post SC deallocations: Official 29.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Banks will approach the Reserve Bank (RBI) for restructuring coal assets after the Supreme Court order cancelling coal block allocations that may impact such assets' quality, the finance ministry's topmost official said Monday.
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Assam to use associated gas to generate power 29.9.2014 All News-IANS Stories
The Assam government is planning to use associated gas, which were hitherto being burnt, for generating power, Industries and Power minister Pradyut Bordoloi said Moday.
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