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SAIL Gears Up To Boost Production In Post-Lockdown Period As Demand Bounces Back

SAIL plants have been operating at half the normal levels. In the first stage, the company plans to enhance this to 75 per cent capacity and later synchronise the production with demand.

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PM Modi Appreciates SAIL's Efforts To Popularise Aarogya Setu App

India's count of COVID-19 cases has risen to 12,380, said the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Thursday.

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SAIL Facing Order Cancellations, Re-Scheduling Due To Lockdown

The country's largest state-owned steel company faced a marginal hit to production and some of its inventory was piled up at ports, the source said, declining to be identified due to the sensitive nature of operations.

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SAIL Not To Shut Down 3 Loss-Making Steel Units: Chairman

SAIL has launched a special incentive scheme which aims to provide the required impetus to local MSMEs.

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Chairman Of SAIL Faces 'Murderous Assault' In New Delhi

"Steel Authority of India Limited is deeply shocked and anguished while sharing the news of murderous assault," the company said.

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D K Mohanty Assumes Charge As RINL's Director (Commercial)

"Deb Kalyan Mohanty assumed charge as the new director (commercial) RINL-VSP on August 1, 2019. Prior to this assignment, he worked as executive director, chairman secretariat in SAIL," it said.

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SAIL: Good Days Ahead

A spurt in steel prices brings cheer after a rather long gloomy spell

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ArcelorMittal's 1 Billion Dollar India Joint Venture To Get Green Light Next Week

The much-delayed collaboration to make automotive-grade steel is nearing realisation after legal teams from SAIL and ArcelorMittal finalised a joint term-sheet in talks mediated by a government think-tank in the past two weeks, sources

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SAIL's Mining Plans In Lush Forest May Be Nixed

SAIL produces only around 800,000 tonnes a year from a section of the Chiria mine but was targeting to raise that to 7 million tonnes in the next few years, to lift its steel capacity nearly four times to 50 million tonnes by 2030/31

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India In Talks With Canada's Teck Resources To Buy Coking Coal

India is in talks with Canada's Teck Resources Ltd, the largest North American producer of coking coal used to make steel, for long-term purchase agreements after a cyclonic disruption in Australia cut supplies earlier this year

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SAIL Spends Rs 64,562 Crore On Modernisation, Expansion Of Plants

SAIL has so far spent a total of Rs 64,562 crore on modernisation and expansion programmes, which also includes Rs 2,324 crore investment in first nine months of the last fiscal

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Government Plans Stake Sales Worth $5.4 Billion In Seven PSUs

India plans to sell stakes worth $5.4 billion in seven state-run companies during the current financial year as Asia's third-largest economy looks to fund its fiscal deficit amid ramped-up spending on rural areas and infrastructure

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India's Steel Industry Out Of Stress, Exports Up By 56%: Govt

India's steel industry has come out of the stress, with the exports going up by 57 per cent and imports declining by 34 per cent, the government told the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday

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Govt Sets Up Panel To Revive SAIL After Damning Report

India has set up an expert panel to help revive its loss-making state steel maker after a government review found the company to be far less efficient than its rivals despite spending more than $10 billion in the past eight years.

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Short Of Track, Railways Eyes Private Suppliers In Blow To Sail

Indian Railways is considering ending state-owned Steel Authority of India Ltd's virtual monopoly on supplying steel for standard rail tracks, opening up annual purchases worth up to $700 million to the private sector

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