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IMFA Gets Boost From Turnaround In Commodities

It posted revenue of Rs 462 crores in the third quarter of financial year 2017 compared with Rs 335.35 crores in the same quarter of financial year 2016

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Minda Industries Records Strong Revenue Growth

The company said in a statement its nine-month sales have crossed full-year sales of previous financial year 2015-16

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ABP Group Not Being Sold, Says CEO Purkayastha

There are rumours in the industry that Sanjiv Goenka is one of the frontrunners to acquire the ABP Group

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Cargill Foods India To Fight Counterfeiting

Neelima Burra, chief marketing officer, Cargill Foods India Ltd, said 'educating the consumers and our wholesalers is a must to beat this menace'

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Vijay Joshi Takes Charge As PTI Editor-In-Chief

Josh, who holds a degree in journalism from Osmania University in Hyderabad, started his career with the Indian Express newspaper in 1985 and worked with PTI before joining AP

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Tata Steel Reports First Profit In Five Quarters

Tata Steel, which also has operations in Europe, said its UK subsidiary had reached an agreement with trade unions to progress towards closing a pension scheme

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IDBI Bank Reports $335 Million Q3 Net Loss

The state-run bank, in which the government wants to cede majority control in a test case for reforms in the sector, had reported a net loss of 21.84 billion rupees for the year-ago quarter

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Sandvik India Eyes New Growth Opportunities

Infrastructure growth presents opportunities in the breaking, drilling and crushing niches in the construction industry

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Kia Close To Finalising Andhra Pradesh For First India Car Plant

South Korea's Kia Motors Corp is close to finalising Andhra Pradesh as the site for its first factory in the country, as it speeds up efforts to start production in the fast-growing market

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Cash Crackdown Is A Fight For The Poor: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday defended his decision to abolish high denomination bank notes that has left the economy reeling, calling it a "fight" for the poor

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