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Congress To Oppose New Rules For FDI In Defence: Anand Sharma

'The Prime Minister is working under pressure from the United States. This is not in the country's interest'

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Swamy To 'Suspend' His Demand Seeking Arvind Subramanian's Sacking

Swamy caused a flutter when he sought Subramanian's sacking for allegedly taking anti-India stance when he was an IMF economist in Washington

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Leave Campaign Struggles To Persuade Ethnic Minorities On Brexit

Black and Asian voters tend to back the pro-EU opposition Labour Party, and the little available polling data and previous voting habits suggest the Brexit campaign has faced a difficult battle to win over minority support

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ICRA Revises Deepak Fertilizers' NCD issue, Term Loans

ICRA also notes that the matter relating to the issue of recovery of unintended benefits accruing to units using domestic gas for manufacture of Nutrient “N” has been referred and is pending before an Inter-Ministerial Committee (IMC) for deliberation

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Indian E-pharma Obstructed With Muddled Regulatory Norms

India’s pharmaceuticals industry is expected to account for about 3.1-3.6 per cent of the global pharma industry by value, and currently accounts for 10 percent by volume

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Export Duty Unlikely To Have Any Major Negative Impact On Profitability Of Sugar Mills: ICRA

The Food and Consumer affairs ministry has implemented a 20 per cent duty on exports with an aim of checking the rise in domestic sugar prices by discouraging exports and thus maintaining adequate domestic sugar supplies

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Ratan Tata's Aviation Ambitions A Step Closer As India Opens Up

The new rules water down a requirement known as 5/20, which barred domestic airlines from flying overseas before being in operation for five years and having 20 aircraft

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Sensex In Wait-And-Watch Mode Ahead Of 'Brexit' Vote

The Sensex recovered nearly 48 points in early cautious trade on Thursday as participants widened their bets in select stocks, tracking a slightly better trend in other Asian markets just hours before the start of Britain's referendum vote

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SBI Says No Law Broken In Funding Cluster Bomb Maker

The State Bank of India has defended financing a US cluster bomb manufacturer, saying its investments were legal, after being put in a 'Hall of Shame' along with several other major banks by a Dutch campaign group

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Cabinet Approves Rs 5.66 Lakh Crore Mega Spectrum Auction Plan

The auction will help operators augment expansion of high-speed 4G voice and data services in the world's second largest mobile phone market by users after China

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