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Ashok Leyland gets USD17 million order for <strong>supply</strong> to 630 buses in Sri Lanka

Ashok Leyland gets USD17 million order for supply to 630 buses in Sri Lanka

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Hinduja group flagship company Ashok Leyland has received an order worth USD 17 million (around Rs 104 crore) to supply 630 buses to Sri Lankan operators.

Ashok Leyland,   630,   buses,   Sri Lanka,   Vinod K Dasari ,  
Adani Power stops <strong>supply</strong> to <strong>Haryana</strong> power utilities

Adani Power stops supply to Haryana power utilities

29 Aug 2014

Chandigarh: Adani Power has stopped supplying power to Haryana with effect from August 27, forcing Haryana power utilities to make alternate arrangements to protect the interest of electricity consumers, an official release said.

Adani Power,   Haryana power utilities,   Adani Power,   Appellate Tribunal for Electricity,   APTEL,  
Oil prices slip on increased <strong>supply</strong>, strong dollar

Oil prices slip on increased supply, strong dollar

06 Oct 2014

Hong Kong: Crude prices slipped on Monday to multi-year lows owing to a build-up in supplies while the dollar rallied in response to a strong US jobs report, as analysts warned of further losses.

Oil prices,   Dollar,   Crude oil,   US economy,   Falling oil prices,  
Turnaround: Air India proposes shift <strong>from</strong> sale and leaseback

Turnaround: Air India proposes shift from sale and leaseback

19 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Air India is proposing to shift from sale and leaseback to outright purchase of 15 of the 27 Dreamliner aircraft it has ordered, in a bid to save about USD 225-300 million as part of the turnaround plan.

New Delhi,   Air India,   sale,   leaseback,   Dreamliner aircraft,   turnaround plan,   Indigo,  
Larsen & Toubro bags Rs 1,630-crore contract in Uttar Pradesh

Larsen & Toubro bags Rs 1,630-crore contract in Uttar Pradesh

07 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Engineering firm Larsen & Toubro (L&T) on Tuesday said it has bagged a contract worth Rs 1,630 crore from the Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority (UPIDA) for the construction of a six-lane access controlled expressway in the state.

Uttar Pradesh Expressways Industrial Development Authority,   UPIDA,   National Capital Region,   Agra-Greater Noida Yamuna Expressway ,  
Modi to shy <strong>from</strong> reforms initially, to disappoint optimists through 2015: S&P

Modi to shy from reforms initially, to disappoint optimists through 2015: S&P

16 Oct 2014

Mumbai: International rating agency Standard & Poor's, which recently upgraded its outlook on the sovereign ratings, said that the economic performance of the country could "disappoint optimists" through 2015, but will better over a longer-term as the government initiates bold reforms.

International rating agency,   Standard & Poor's,   India outlook,   India sovereign ratings,   Economic performance,   Optimists,   Modi government,   India reforms,  
Sebi bars DLF, six top executives <strong>from</strong> markets for 3 years

Sebi bars DLF, six top executives from markets for 3 years

13 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Regulator Sebi has barred realty major DLF, as also six top executives Including Chairman K P Singh, from securities markets for three years, after finding the company guilty of "active and deliberate suppression" of material information at the time of its public offer.

Sebi,   DLF,   DLF Chairman,   KP Singh,   Securities markets,   DLF public offer,   DLF IPO,  
CIL planning measures to ease fuel <strong>supply</strong>

CIL planning measures to ease fuel supply

08 Sep 2014

New Delhi: State-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) is planning to take steps to clear fuel supply bottlenecks, including augmenting output to 615 MT by FY'17, against the backdrop of the power sector reeling under fuel shortages.

Coal India Ltd,   CIL,   Fuel supply,   Power sector,   Coal shortage,  
Panasonic, Tata join hands for <strong>water</strong> purification system: Report

Panasonic, Tata join hands for water purification system: Report

30 Aug 2014

Tokyo: Japan's Panasonic and salt to steel conglomerate Tata group have joined hands to develop compact water purification system for India, said a media report.

Panasonic,   Tata group,   Water purification system,   Water purifier,   Water purification,  
Banks can shift excess bonds <strong>from</strong> HTM thrice per year <strong>from</strong> 2015: RBI

Banks can shift excess bonds from HTM thrice per year from 2015: RBI

07 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank on Tuesday said banks can shift their excess bond holdings to trading portfolios from the held-to-maturity (HTM) basket thrice a year from 2015 to deepen government securities market.

Reserve Bank,   RBI,   Banks,   Bond holdings,   Trading portfolios,   Maturity,   Securities market,  

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