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  • Government finalises norms for distribution companies' debt recast
    Government finalises norms for distribution companies' debt recast

    The Centre said on Friday that the bonds to be issued by states, backed by it under the debt recast plan for power distribution utilities, will attract about 0.5 per cent premium over the issue price yet to be determined.

  • DLF sells wind turbine projects for Rs 241 crore
    DLF sells wind turbine projects for Rs 241 crore

    While the company has sold the 34.5 megawatt (MW) wind mill project in Tamil Nadu to Tulip Renewable Powertech for Rs 188.7 crore, the 33MW wind mill project in Rajasthan has been sold to Violet Green Power for Rs 52.2 crore.

  • Supreme Court fines Sterlite Industries Rs 100 crore for pollution
    Supreme Court fines Sterlite Industries Rs 100 crore for pollution

    The court told Sterlite Industries, a unit of London-listed Vedanta Resources, to pay Rs 100 crore over five years for air pollution from its copper plant -- India's biggest -- in Tamil Nadu state's port city of Tuticorin.

  • L&T construction arm bagged Rs 3,700 cr orders in March
    L&T construction arm bagged Rs 3,700 cr orders in March

    Larsen & Toubro today said its construction division secured new orders valued at over Rs 3,700 crore across various business segments in March, 2013.

  • IVRCL to sell stakes in 3 road projects in Tamil Nadu
    IVRCL to sell stakes in 3 road projects in Tamil Nadu

    IVRCL Ltd said on Friday it will sell its stakes in three road projects in Tamil Nadu to TRIL Roads Pvt Ltd, a unit of steel-to-salt conglomerate Tata Group.

  • Sterlite ordered to shut large copper smelter over 'gas leak'
    Sterlite ordered to shut large copper smelter over 'gas leak'

    Sterlite Industries (India) said on Monday that Tamil Nadu has ordered it to shut a copper smelter over allegations of a gas leak, in a move that could spur imports and drive up regional premiums for the metal.

  • Sterlite Industries' copper smelter shut on government order
    Sterlite Industries' copper smelter shut on government order

    Sterlite Industries (India) said on Monday a copper smelter run by the company in Tamil Nadu has been closed after a preliminary inspection by state pollution regulator.

  • Sterlite Industries' shares fall 5% over smelter shutdown
    Sterlite Industries' shares fall 5% over smelter shutdown

    Sterlite Industries (India) shares fell sharply on Monday after a copper smelter run by the company in Tamil Nadu was closed after a preliminary inspection by state pollution regulator.

  • Sterlite employees petition TN government for reopening plant
    Sterlite employees petition TN government for reopening plant

    A day after the copper smelter unit of Sterlite Industries was shut down in the wake of alleged leak of noxious gas, employees of the Vedanta group company today appealed to the Tamil Nadu Government to facilitate its reopening by saying their livelihood was at stake.

  • Our plant adheres to highest safety standards: Sterlite
    Our plant adheres to highest safety standards: Sterlite

    Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board (TNPCB) today ordered closure of Sterlite Industries copper smelter unit here in the wake of alleged gas leak last week, but the company said it would convince authorities on safety measures installed.

  • Indian Oil Corp seeks LNG contractor
    Indian Oil Corp seeks LNG contractor

    State-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC) has called for bids for the construction of 5 million tonne a year liquid gas import terminal at Ennore in Tamil Nadu.

  • Repco Home Finance to list on bourses on Monday
    Repco Home Finance to list on bourses on Monday

    Shares in state-owned Repco Home Finance, which raised Rs 270 crore in its IPO, will be listed on the stock exchanges on April 1.

  • Will not allow GAIL to lay pipelines on agricultural land: TN government
    Will not allow GAIL to lay pipelines on agricultural land: TN government

    Taking a strong stand over the Kochi-Bengaluru GAIL gas pipeline issue, the Tamil Nadu government today said it would not allow the company to lay them on agricultural land and asked it to lay them on roadsides along the National Highways.

  • Volvo Auto aims 20,000 annual car sales in 5 years
    Volvo Auto aims 20,000 annual car sales in 5 years

    Swedish luxury car maker Volvo Auto India plans to adopt an aggressive strategy and take its annual sales in India to 20,000 units in five years, the company's managing director Tomas Ernberg said on Friday.

  • L&T sees no significant impact of six-month sanction by World Bank
    L&T sees no significant impact of six-month sanction by World Bank

    Infrastructure giant Larsen & Toubro (L&T) on Friday said the World Bank's six-month sanction against it would not have any significant impact on its business and the group has taken necessary measures to prevent recurrence of any such incident.

  • World Bank bars L&T for six months over forgery by executive
    World Bank bars L&T for six months over forgery by executive

    World Bank has barred Larsen & Toubro (L&T) from doing any business with it or the projects funded by it for 6 months, after finding that a senior executive of the Indian conglomerate has indulged in fraud.

  • Old age pension may be linked with inflation index: government
    Old age pension may be linked with inflation index: government

    Old age pension is likely to be linked with inflation index on the pattern of MNREGA besides being made universal by doing away with APL and BPL criteria, the government informed the Rajya Sabha on Thursday.

  • Budget 2013: Infrastructure gets a boost with Rs 50,000 crore tax-free bonds
    Budget 2013: Infrastructure gets a boost with Rs 50,000 crore tax-free bonds

    Infrastructure got a major thrust in Budget 2013-14 with Finance Minister P Chidambaram today announcing a slew of measures to boost sector's growth, like raising Rs 50,000 crore through tax-free bonds, setting up of major ports and a road regulator.

  • Sterlite Copper lines up Rs 3,300 crore investments in next two years
    Sterlite Copper lines up Rs 3,300 crore investments in next two years

    Vedanta Group company Sterlite Copper has lined up investments of about Rs 3,300 crore over the next two years which includes expansion of copper smelter and power plants at Tuticorin in Tamil Nadu and setting up a new desalination plant in the region.

  • India may not export sugar for up to 3 years
    India may not export sugar for up to 3 years

    India, the world's biggest sugar producer after Brazil, is unlikely to export the sweetener for up to three years as high production costs price shipments out of the global market and a drought in major growing regions squeezes output.

 
 

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