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Cabinet may consider Vodafone tax issue next week

Cabinet may consider Vodafone tax issue next week

The government is likely to take a view on the Rs 11,200-crore Vodafone tax case next week, a top Finance Ministry official has said. “The issue (Vodafone tax dispute) may…

India committed to liberalising mining regime

India committed to liberalising mining regime

Inviting Canadian investments in the mining sector, India has said it is committed to liberalising the mining regime to attract FDI and technology. A new mining Bill, which aims to…

VW shifts India head John Chacko

VW shifts India head John Chacko

German car maker Volkswagen on Saturday announced that the company has moved its India head John Chacko, to the headquarter of Audi, the luxury car brand of the Volkswagen group.…

Maruti to halt petrol car production at Gurgaon plant

Maruti to halt petrol car production at Gurgaon plant

Maruti Suzuki India will suspend production of petrol cars at one of its plants on Saturday, a company executive said, as the country’s top car maker looks to cut inventory…

‘More than 25% of e-commerce traffic will come from mobile’

‘More than 25% of e-commerce traffic will come from mobile’

E-retailing firm HomeShop18 pegs mobile commerce to contribute more than 25 percent of the total traffic in e-commerce (online shopping) by 2015. “In the next three years mobile commerce will…

15 more aircraft to be added in Air India Express fleet

15 more aircraft to be added in Air India Express fleet

15 more aircraft would be added in the fleet of Air India Express (AIE) as part of the turnaround plan of Air India, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said today.…

Goa’s white revolution: Dairy farming rises, milk prodn up 20%

Goa’s white revolution: Dairy farming rises, milk prodn up 20%

The number of dairy farmers in Goa has more than doubled during the past year, boosting the production of milk by almost 20 per cent, signalling a white revolution in…

Demanding dues for undelivered cards, HSBC told to pay Rs 20K

Demanding dues for undelivered cards, HSBC told to pay Rs 20K

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) has been directed by a consumer forum here to pay Rs 20,000 as compensation to a credit card holder for demanding dues of…

China plans to issue 4G licences this year

China plans to issue 4G licences this year

China, which has about 1.11 billion mobile phone users, will start licencing telecom operators to offer services on fourth-generation (4G) mobile phone network this year, a Minister said today. “China…

FIPB approves AirAsia’s India investment plans

FIPB approves AirAsia’s India investment plans

The Finance Ministry today cleared the investment proposal of Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia which seeks to enter India through a joint venture with Tata Sons Group and Arun Bhatia’s Telestra…