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Core Sector Growth Recovers To 1.3% In Dec

Sectors which recorded positive growth are coal, refinery products and fertiliser.

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Core Sector Growth Hits 6-month High Of 5.2% In September

The eight infrastructure sectors -- coal, crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, fertilisers, steel, cement and electricity -- had witnessed a growth of 5.3 per cent in September last year

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Govt Rolls Out Direct Benefit Transfer For Fertiliser Subsidy In 7 States

The government bears about Rs 70,000 crore annually as fertiliser subsidy to provide cheaper nutrients to farmers

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India Draws Up $8.7 Billion Plan To Turn Urea Exporter

India aims to become a urea exporter by 2021 as the South Asian nation has drawn up a Rs 55,500 crore plan to revive mothballed fertiliser plants and set up gas import and pipeline facilities in eastern India

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‘Competence (Alone) Will Be The Driver For Family-Owned Businesses’

The three leading lights of the Rs 6,050-crore DCM Shriram Group — Ajay S. Shriram, Vikram S. Shriram, and Ajit S. Shriram, in a freewheeling conversation with Suman K. Jha, open up about their various businesses, the future of family-owned businesses and the succession plan, among other matters

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Indian Fertiliser Companies To Raise Potash Prices After Subsidy Cut

Indian fertiliser companies will soon raise potash prices after the government last week cut subsidies by 20 per cent for the current financial year

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Infrastructure Sector Growth Jumps To 6-month High Of 6.6% In October

Infrastructure sector recorded a growth rate of 6.6 per cent in October -- the highest in last six months -- on the back of impressive performance by steel and refinery products

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India's Infrastructure Output Growth Slows To 3.2% In July

India's annual infrastructure output growth slowed to 3.2 per cent in July, mainly dragged down by a slowdown in production of electricity, cement and fertilizer, government data showed on Wednesday

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