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Siddharth Iyer
Bengaluru, January 11, 2015
Meanwhile, wholesale price inflation, which was flat in November, is expected to have picked up to 0.6 per cent in December. The WPI data is set to be released on Jan 14.

Anilesh S Mahajan
January 14, 2015
After spending years in a coma, the power sector has risen to embrace a life of multi-million-dollar deals. Who will be the last men standing?

New Delhi, January 7, 2015
The demand for crude oil has been falling with major consumers such as US and Canada exploring other alternatives of energy such as shale gas to reduce their dependence on the OPEC nations.

New Delhi, December 29, 2014
\"The cost of capital and, I think, in recent months or years, is one singular factor which has contributed to the slowdown of manufacturing growth itself,\" Jaitley said.

Deepti Govind
Bangalore, November 11, 2014
If the inflation forecast is met, it will be even lower than September's figure of 6.46 per cent and the slowest pace of price rise since January 2012.

Rajesh Kumar Singh
New Delhi, July 25, 2014
Two years of near double-digit inflation, stubbornly high because of market inefficiencies and supply bottlenecks rather than strong demand, combined with faltering growth and stagnating wages have squeezed India's consumers.

Krishna N Das
July 19, 2014
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration is looking to raise a record $10.5 billion from asset sales this fiscal year ending March 31 to keep the deficit under control.

Anand Adhikari
June 17, 2014
The Reserve Bank of India and the government will have to work in tandem to tame inflation.

New Delhi, June 10, 2014
With Delhi reeling under severe power crisis, the government decided to divert natural gas from Dabhol power plant in Maharashtra to generation stations in the national capital to help produce an additional 218 MW of electricity.

Tommy Wilkes
New Delhi, June 3, 2014
While Modi is expected to fast-track new projects to boost output and press states to stop politicians from giving away electricity to voters, the task of translating extra capacity into reliable supply falls on state governments.

Naveen Mathur
March 11, 2014
In the past fortnight, world market sentiments were largely positive after the easing of geopolitical tensions between Ukraine and Russia. Further, favorable economic data from the Euro Zone and the UK supported an upside in the markets.

January 3, 2014
Even if efforts to fully lift the ban make it past the many bureaucratic and legal hurdles, miners do not expect complete resumption of production till late 2014.

Mumbai, December 13, 2013
Experts see the Reserve Bank of India raising the repo rate by 25 basis points in its next monetary policy review on December 18, to try and tame a stubbornly high inflation.

Manu Kaushik
October 16, 2013
The adverse effects of rupee depreciation are likely to be offset by gains in export performance, according to the latest India Development report released by the World Bank in New Delhi on October 16. 

New Delhi, July 8, 2013
The company has shut the third shift at its diesel engine plant at Manesar, which has an annual capacity of 3,00,000 units, according to sources.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, April 1, 2013
An HSBC survey said that India's manufacturing sector has experienced the slowest rate of growth in 16 months in March as power outages hampered production activity and decline in new business orders.

Associated Press
London, November 15, 2012
With surveys pointing to increasingly depressed conditions across the 17-member group that uses the euro at a time of high unemployment in many countries, there are fears that the recession will deepen, and make the debt crisis - which has been calmer of late - even more difficult to handle.

New Delhi, September 13, 2012
Monsoon rains have revived and deficit has come down to 8 per cent so far this year, still the government expects fall in production of pulses and coarse cereals during the Kharif season, Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar says.

Associated Press
Brussels, August 14, 2012
Official figures show the economy of the 17 countries that use the Euro shrank in the second quarter of the year, putting the currency bloc one step closer to recession.

Team BT
June 20, 2012
Is the economy chugging along or nearly stalled? Depends on how you look at it.

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