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The airport authority is trying to convince the Indian carrier to make Dublin Airport its European hub, promising an estimated 14 million euros in savings.

 
 
The new bourse for currency derivatives was inaugurated on Monday by RBI Deputy Governor Shyamala Gopinath and Sebi Chairman C B Bhave.
Steel Minister Virbhadra Singh said the government is not opposed to the Korean steel major holding a majority stake in the Rs 12,000-crore joint venture.
The government feels the selection of such investors during CIL's IPO - in case their demand for the issue exceeds the limit - may not be transparent.
The country's largest realty firm is in talks with fellow builders to provide basic education, healthcare and vocational training for the underprivileged.

The government has set September 22 as the deadline for telecom companies to prepare their networks for the "lawful interception" of BlackBerry services.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation severely indicts  the low-cost private airline for not conforming to safety standards.

The country's largest lender, State of India, on Friday said there is a strong case for merging five of its associates with itself.

 
 
The software services firm said it has raised its revenue guidance for the quarter ended December 31, on the back of improving order pipeline.
The stock fell to its year-low on the Bombay Stock Exchange amid reports that the Delhi High Court has asked the troubled company to not sell its assets.
The Indian currency traded at 45.73 against the US dollar in the foreign exchange market, in tune with equities which were trading higher at on sustained capital inflows.
Tata Motors is understood to be mulling a hike in the price of its passenger cars Indica and Indigo by a significant amount with effect from October 1.
Reports suggest that the Lucknow-based corporate major Sahara India Pariwar has made a bid of about $2 billion to buy the debt of the Hollywood studio.
Production in India, the world's second-largest producer and the biggest consumer, is estimated at 18.8 mt in the current season, ending Spetember 30.
Unaffected by the deficient rainfall in some states, the production could be lower than his initial expectation of 100 million tonnes, the Agriculture minister said.