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PSU oil companies to invest Rs 76,000 crore on <strong>project</strong> expansion in FY16

PSU oil companies to invest Rs 76,000 crore on project expansion in FY16

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: State-run oil firms including Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) will invest over Rs 76,565 crore on the project expansion during 2015-16, up 5 percent over the previous fiscal.

Budget 2015,   Budget Session 2015,   Oil and Natural Gas Corporation,   ONGC,   ONGC project expansion,   ONGC investment ,  
CIL board gives nod to East Corridor Rail <strong>project</strong>

CIL board gives nod to East Corridor Rail project

01 Mar 2015

Kolkata: The CIL board has given its in-principle approval to East Corridor Railway project that may see an investment of around Rs 2,500 crore to facilitate movement of passengers as well as freight, primarily coal, from Chhattisgarh.

Coal India Limited,   CIL,   East Corridor Railway project,   Coal Ministry ,  
Economic Survey 2014-15: Digital advertising, gaming to <strong>drive</strong> growth in media

Economic Survey 2014-15: Digital advertising, gaming to drive growth in media

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Digital advertising and gaming verticals are expected to drive growth of Indian media and entertainment industry in the next few years, said Economic Survey 2014-15.

Economic Survey,   Economic Survey 2014 2015,   media growth,   digital advertising,   Indian media industry,   Indian entertainment industry,   FDI,  
China to be consulted on any <strong>project</strong> re-think: Sri Lanka

China to be consulted on any project re-think: Sri Lanka

27 Feb 2015

Beijing: Sri Lanka will not make any decision on Chinese projects it is reviewing until it consults China, Sri Lanka's Foreign Minister said on Friday, pledging that his new government would welcome Chinese investors.

China,   Sri Lanka,   project rethink,   Chinese projects,   Sri Lanka Foreign Minister,   Sri Lankan President,   Maithripala Sirisena,   Mangala Samaraweera,  
700 <strong>marine</strong> species threatened by plastic debris: Study

700 marine species threatened by plastic debris: Study

21 Feb 2015

London: Nearly 700 species of marine animal are threatened by man-made debris such as plastic and glass, according to a new global study. Researchers at Plymouth University in UK found evidence of 44,000 animals and organisms becoming entangled in, or swallowing debris, from reports recorded from across the world.

marine species,   plastic debris,   marine animal,   man made debris,   turtle,   monk seal,  
'Sandesh One' attracts aspiring women entrepreneurs in Kerala

'Sandesh One' attracts aspiring women entrepreneurs in Kerala

27 Feb 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: Just over a month after its launch, Kerala's ambitious women-centric social enterprise project "Sandesh One" has kicked off with thousands of aspiring women entrepreneurs keen to join the programme.

Sandesh One,   women entrepreneurs,   Kerala,   women social enterprise project,   KSWDC,  
Sebi bars Tribhuvan Agro <strong>Project</strong> from raising public money

Sebi bars Tribhuvan Agro Project from raising public money

26 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Market regulator Sebi has barred Kolkata-based Tribhuvan Agro Project and its directors from mobilising funds from public through issuance of securities with immediate effect.

sebi,  Tribhuvan Agro Project,   public money,  
Mercedes-Benz begins 'Luxe <strong>Drive</strong>' to attract customers

Mercedes-Benz begins 'Luxe Drive' to attract customers

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Auto giant Mercedes-Benz has begun a unique ‘Luxe Drive’ in Chandigarh to woo its customers. As a complete luxury package, it offers users to drive and experience a Mercedes-Benz vehicle along with gourmet and haute couture.

Mercedes-Benz,   Luxe Drive,   customers,   car market,   Vikas Khanna,  
Hyundai to push <strong>drive</strong> into SUV segment

Hyundai to push drive into SUV segment

20 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Auto major Hyundai Motor India is planning to put greater thrust on SUV segment with the launch of two products in this category this year.

Hyundai Motors,   Hyundai India,   Hyundai SUV,   Hyundai cars,  
Economic Survey 2014-15: Cable laying in 5,000 villages completed under NOFN

Economic Survey 2014-15: Cable laying in 5,000 villages completed under NOFN

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The government has completed cable laying in just about 5,000 villages under its plan to connect all 2.5 lakh gram panchayats by optic fibre by December 2016, says the Economic Survey 2014-15.

Economic Survey,   Economic Survey 2014 2015,   optic fibre,   Telecom industry,   cables,   National Optical Fibre Network,   NOFN project,  

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