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Tommy Wilkes
New Delhi, December 17, 2015
Micromax said earlier this month it would invest $45 million on constructing new factories and would make more phones in India to cut its dependence on Chinese imports.


Tommy Wilkes
December 16, 2015
\"We think that what we build in India will apply to many global places,\" Indian-born Sundar Pichai, appointed chief executive officer in August, told reporters at an event in New Delhi.


Tommy Wilkes and Karen Rebelo
December 7, 2015
\"It will be partly used to repay debt. We may also grow into the renewables space, or look at a small expansion into our existing energy business,\" CFO Madhu Terdal said.


Tommy Wilkes
November 30, 2015
The bulk of the investment will be in building infrastructure as the company has already bought most of the radio airwaves needed, Gopal Vittal, the company's chief executive for India and South Asia, told a news conference.


Tommy Wilkes and Sumeet Chatterjee
New Delhi/Mumbai, November 24, 2015
The move is unlikely to lead to a complete retreat from India, which is looking to boost renewable energy output significantly to help to address the country's chronic power shortages.


Tommy Wilkes
November 10, 2015
Under the deal, the french company will set up a local manufacturing plant to supply 800 electric locomotives to Indian Railways.


Tommy Wilkes
New Delhi, November 10, 2015
Under the deal, the US company will build a manufacturing facility, and two maintenance sheds in the country, to service the locomotives over an 11-year period.


Karen Rebelo and Tommy Wilkes
Mumbai/New Delhi, October 29, 2015
Demand was particularly strong among foreign institutional investors, who placed orders that were 15 times more than the number slotted for all institutional investors by InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, IndiGo's parent company


Tommy Wilkes and Siva Govindasamy
New Delhi/Singapore, October 14, 2015
The 85-year-old state-owned airline is unprofitable, overstaffed and losing market share. Country's aviation market may be the world's fastest growing, but it's dominated by younger, nimbler, low-cost rivals such as IndiGo and SpiceJet.


Sanjeev Miglani and Tommy Wilkes
New Delhi, October 7, 2015
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision is in line with his Make-in-India policy to encourage domestic industry.


Paritosh Bansal and Tommy Wilkes
New Delhi, October 7, 2015
State-run electricity distributors are running out of cash and struggling to repay loans, squeezing banks' ability to spur credit growth and undermining Modi's campaign to attract more energy-hungry manufacturers to build new factories.


Tommy Wilkes
New Delhi, October 7, 2015
The firms are the latest companies to plan solar investments ahead of an expected boom in clean energy projects after the government hiked its solar energy target to 100 gigawatts by 2022.


Krishna N Das and Tommy Wilkes
Magadh, October 6, 2015
India has rejected any absolute cuts, arguing that its per capita emissions are far below the world average and that it needs to emit more as it grows to beat poverty.


Frank Jack Daniel
New Delhi, September 23, 2015
A firm believer in the new economy and power of social media, Modi will be welcomed by Apple, Facebook and Google, who want to grow in a market where the world's third-largest internet user base is set to multiply in coming years.


Brenda Goh
Shanghai, September 23, 2015
Xinhua said ministry of railways in December invited bids to study the feasibility of high-speed lines between Delhi-Mumbai, Mumbai-Chennai and Delhi-Kolkata. Twelve companies from seven countries including the US, Germany and France tendered, it said.


Tommy Wilkes and Abhishek Vishnoi
Mumbai, September 23, 2015
Executive chairman AM Naik said L&T remained far too complex and needed to improve its return on equity by exiting some infrastructure businesses and selling minority stakes in operations no longer as essential to the company.


Tommy Wilkes, Frank Jack Daniel
New Delhi, September 18, 2015
In total, utilities owe $66 billion. The government has identified about $22.7 billion of debt held by financially stretched utilities as most at risk.


Tommy Wilkes
New Delhi, September 16, 2015
Civil aviation ministry officials held a meeting with airline executives this week to ask them to devise a mechanism to stop fares jumping on certain routes during busy holiday periods when demand surges, a ministry spokesman said.


Tommy Wilkes
September 10, 2015
The country's largest airline by market share has reported a 300 per cent jump in net profit in the financial year ended March, against Rs 317 crore profit the previous year.


Tommy Wilkes
August 28, 2015
A consortium composed of Brookfield and the Core Infrastructure India Fund Pte Ltd are buying the projects, six of which are operational, said Ambit Holdings, which advised Gammon on the deal.


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