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    International Paper in talks to buy SK Bangur-controlled West Coast PaperWadia Group to exit engineering business, focus on automotive ventureGovernment's new norms exempt companies from disclosing output details in annual reportsTata Steel's domestic business may drag global play; woes may worsen if bearish trend continues
    Banks rush to fund Hindalco's greenfield projectDempo buys majority stake in shipping company Modest Infrastructure for Rs 700 croreDempo buys majority stake in shipping company Modest Infrastructure for Rs 700 croreJSPL Mauritius raises $ 150 million to repay loans taken from parent company Jindal Steel & Power
    Essar Group shifts key functions to Bandra Kurla Complex to cut costsAditya Birla Group reworks labour pact with Terrace Bay, to freeze pay hikes for three yearsSunday ET: Jindal Steel alleges govt reprisal in Bolivia after exiting projectGrossly misdirected to single-out PM for economic woes: Ratan Tata
    Jindal Steel & Power in talks with Canada company for stakeGovt may penalise companies saddled with adverse auditor remarksSebi seeks changes in Companies Act
    Sebi seeks changes in Companies Act
    17 Jul 2012 03:55 AM IST
    Jindal Steel and Power Limited raises Rs 3,500 crore to fund Odisha steel project
    Aditya Birla group reorganises management of pulp and fibre businessEssar may partner with local firm in ZimbabweGrasim acquires Canada's Terrace Bay Pulp for $300 millionGrasim acquires Canada's Terrace Bay Pulp for $300 million
    Jindal Steel & Power may exit race to buy Australian coal company Rocklands RichfieldWelspun Energy in talks to sell stake, hopes to raise $150-200 millionJK Paper to pick up equity stake in Myanmar Pulp MillWest Coast Paper makes preferential allotment to promoters
    Discounted sale of inferior coal to Adani project by UCM Coal prompts recent policy changeEssel Infraprojects chief readies for long haul in IVRCL saga, keeping options openEssel to contest any move by IVRCL to sell assetsEscrow services for real estate transactions still to gain popularity
    Sesa Goa ore sales drop 21% in Q4
    Sesa Goa ore sales drop 21% in Q4
    10 Apr 2012 01:38 PM IST
    We will close down all illegal mines in Goa: Manohar ParrikarVedanta's Anil Agarwal: The man who loves a challengeJSW Steel-Ispat Acquisition: With Ispat’s losses mounting, Sajjan Jindal's financial woes worsen
    Bhilai Steel Plant orders special steel plates for space vehiclesKishore Kumar Mehrotra takes over as CMD of MECONPSL Ltd gets orders worth Rs 742 crore of pipe manufacturing &  ancillary coating servicesSterlite Industries to pay US-based Asarco $82.75 million in damages
    ICAI proposes increased disclosure by listed cosCEC report on Karnataka mining likely on January 23Aditya Birla Nuvo contests tax liabilityJindal Steel & Power starts power unit in Chhattisgarh
    Aditya Birla Group keen to bid for 10-15% stake in Indonesian coal miner PT BumiVarun Industries sells 51% in Madagascar oil block to China's Da Qing for Rs 750 croreGujarat NRE Coke promoters increase shareholding by 0.02% through open market transactionForeign bondholders of Welspun refuse to revise terms
    Adani Enterprises to invest $4 billion in mining coal blocksVague cross-border transaction norms keep private equity firms in lurchFormer RBI deputy governor Shyamala Gopinath joins Ernst & YoungEssar Group may bid for coal assets of Australia's New Hope
    Arvind Chopra, former director with ArcelorMittal joins Essar Group to head its assurance & cost control divisionsOre export ban, mining curbs blunt metal stocksSAIL in talks with Virginia for coal assetsHuge investment in infrastructure calls for capacity addition: SAIL chairman
    PE giant 3i to raise $1.5 billion for 2nd India fundPaper money to help Bangur group expand tea and textile bizDIPP's new rule restricts exit options may hit PE deals for foreign investing entitiesMines Bill: FDI-friendly for precious metals, may bring in large foreign players
    Raman Madhok is new MD of Private Equity firm Blue River CapitalSaint Gobain in talks to acquire Electrotherm India's pipe division to tap fast-growing water distribution segmentPricewaterhouseCoopers India grappling with people issues even after two years of the Rs 7,000-crore Satyam fraud caseWizard with the steely resolve
    Wizard with the steely resolve
    15 Jun 2011 04:08 AM IST
    ArcelorMittal India to have greater say in Uttam GalvaRIL plans to expand mining plans for diamond in Madhya PradeshSAIL in talks to acquire mines abroadDeepak Kapoor to head PwC India from January 1
    PEs turn wary of green lobby, investments in infrastructure projects to slow downLN Mittal may be in talks to pick up stake in IspatSAIL to bring together local companies for acquiring mines abroadIndian cos slug it out on global Deal Street
    China's Sinochem looks to rope in NMDC for joint PotashCorp bidCoal traders power foreign asset buysApollo, Citi PE funds may buy 25% in Welspun Maxsteel3i sells stake in pipemaker Welspun
    3i sells stake in pipemaker Welspun
    21 Sep 2010 12:53 AM IST
    Ispat lenders may sell out to Tata Steel, ArcelorIndospace to pump in Rs 500 cr to develop logistics parkTata Group to form 'elite task force' for PE playSoaring market valuations trigger PE, VC exits
    PTC in talks to sell 11% in fin arm to SAIFPE fund 3i India shuts down buyout divisionGMR Group awaits clarity on tax for stake distributionGMR to wait for tax clarity before stake distribution
    Big-bang expansion hots up hiring in power, salaries zoomNovelis may bid for Rio Tinto Alcan unitIndustrial disasters: Who’s liable? Courts take a wide viewPharma, engineering to topple IT as big paymaster
    Pharma, engineering to topple IT as big paymasterR-Power to pay Rs 465 cr in equity for R-Infra assetsNew norms may hit India Inc's valuationsIndia Inc lobbies against RBI's new holding co plan
    Price Waterhouse ropes in Pradip Kanakia as senior partner
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