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Anand Adhikari
December 22, 2014
The decision to plunge into mining comes close on the heels of the BJP-led NDA govt permitting private players including subsidiaries of foreign companies to mine coal.

Mahesh Nayak
December 11, 2014
OP Puranmalka ensured growth for the company in these tough times through a series of capex initiatives such as brownfield expansion, new captive power plants and acquisitions.

Ajay Modi
September 20, 2014
In the past four years, the company's profit has increased nearly fourfold from Rs 210 crore in 2010/11 to Rs 787 crore in 2013/14 (it follows a July to June financial year).

New Delhi, August 20, 2014
\"Cabinet in-principle approved revision of mineral royalty. There are 55 such items but this excludes coal, lignite and sand for stowing,\" Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said after the Cabinet meeting.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, July 2, 2014
SAIL chairman C. S. Verma said, \" The current modernisation and expansion plans of the company will not only increase the production capacity of steel, but also usher in environmentfriendly state- of- the- art technologies and new product lines.\"

Rahul Oberoi/Money Today
March 6, 2014
Book value represents that part of the accounting value of a business that will be left after debts are paid off. Several good stocks are trading below their book value. Some can give decent returns in 2014.

December 23, 2013
As per the deal, Ultratech, a leading manufacturer of cement in India, will acquire Jaypee's cement unit in Gujarat comprising an integrated cement plant at Sewagram, limestone reserves, captive power plant and mining leases, among others.

New Delhi, December 12, 2013
\"It was the only time in my life where I sat and crossed out day by day how many days were left before I could return to the normal world,\" Ratan Tata said.

Jimmy Jacob
November 19, 2013
A look at the five most famous haunted places across the globe, and the ghostly tales that make them such an attraction.

Suprotip Ghosh
September 11, 2013
While the deal will wipe Rs 3,800 crore off the debt of Jaypee Cement Corporation, the acquisition is more strategic in nature for the Mumbai-based UltraTech Cements.

R Pallavi
April 6, 2013
Drown the busy bucketlist and head to places that let you kick back.

Pierre Mario Fitter
October 11, 2012
South Africa isn't just about Sun City and Kruger National Park. Here's why the 'Garden Route' should also be on your list.

Sanjiv Shankaran, Goutam Das and Anilesh Mahajan
April 25, 2012
For the sake of national pride, governments feel obligated to support sportspersons, especially in the hope of making a splash at the Olympics. But what makes companies and individuals spend money on athletes, when there are limited or no returns on the investment?
April 5, 2012
Not just one but 99 islands anchored in the azure Andaman Sea. Langkawi is for lovers-of beaches, rainforests, resorts and life.

Oli Pettigrew
April 24, 2012
Seasoned traveller and television host Oli Pettigrew shares memories of a magical evening while on assignment in a remote corner of Vietnam.
September 29, 2011
Spread across thousands of kilometres, Tasmanian waterways are a hotspot for kayaking enthusiasts from across the globe.

Prachi Bhuchar
September 1, 2011
As we leave summer behind, travel to Cognac in south west France for a vacation where excess of gourmet food and drink become the norm. Forget wine and champagne as you sip on spirited cognac.

New Delhi, July 6, 2011
A special forest bench headed by the Chief Justice S H Kapadia allowed the plea of Lafarge to mine in the forests of the East Khasi hills in Meghalaya.

Rajiv Bhuva
July 4, 2011
When you are the country's second-largest cement maker, you may feel compelled to make up for the damage to the environment.

February 17, 2011
The people in scam-tainted former telecom minister A. Raja's hometown languish at the bottom of the development pyramid.

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