Anil Sasi The Indian Express Group
Monday 6 January '14Collateral damage keeps mounting: Steel, sponge iron, automobiles, Railways.
Saturday 4 January '14Fundamentally, a power plant considered at par with any other factory producing goods.
Friday3 January '14Trend is prominent in northern and southern regions, western too showing lower demand.
Thursday2 January '14South hooks up with national grid but will be unable to wheel extra power until systems are in place.
Monday30 December '13For the private equity industry in India, the year opened up a much-needed window of opportunity.
Sunday29 December '13Eye magazine pick of the year 2013
Thursday26 December '13For most public sector firms, periodic lifelines from the government form the very basis of survival.
Tuesday24 December '13The AAP has also promised free water for families that use up to 700 litres of water per day.
Monday23 December '13Snowden reportedly zeroed in on Delhi for seven-day super fast-track module.
Saturday21 December '13In July, the Anglo-Dutch consumer goods major Unilever plc. shelled out $3.2 billion to hike its stake in Hindustan Unilever from 52.5 to 67.3 per cent.
Friday20 December '13Greater levels of pollutants depositing on insulators a lingering danger.
Thursday19 December '13Transient faults caused under dense fog conditions lead to outages in 18 transmission lines.
Sunday15 December '13For instance, in 2011, when the government invited bids to build 500 MW of solar power capacity.
Thursday12 December '13Consolidated state government debt-GDP ratio, has been declining since end-March 2004.
Thursday12 December '13Thermal plant through relaxed operating norms, even when they operate at lower plant load factor.
Friday6 December '13Insurance bill unlikely to assuage EU concerns.
Friday6 December '13The smaller states generally seem to have done better on key measurable parameters.
Wednesday4 December '13The Chennai facility was set up in 2006 and is among Nokia’s largest.
Monday25 November '13Bajaj Hindustan, the largest sugar company, refused to comment and Balrampur Chini denied it.
Saturday23 November '13The experience of VAT shows that foolproof, end-to-end GST is unlikely to undermine the revenue raising capability of states.
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