submit details on UB-Diageo deal
Nandan Nilekani likely to contest a Lok Sabha seat from Karnataka on Congress ticket
Polaris Financial Technologies in talks with NEC to sell IT services unit
India, US end three-year-old deadlock; to talk tax issues again
DoT panel recommends mass solar cell towers for BSNL
Government plans to set up panel to track execution of expressway projects
IDFC infra fund gets $644 mln commitment
YES Bank raises $257 mln in foreign currency loan
Investors may get exit option if promoters misuse issue proceeds
Trai hasn't given telcos $11.07 billion SUC bonanza
GLOBAL MARKETS ROUNDUP
Asian markets held their breath on Wednesday as investors counted on the Federal Reserve to launch only a modest scaling back of stimulus later in the day, with all assets vulnerable to any hint of hawkishness from the world's most powerful central bank.
U.S. stocks advanced on Tuesday on expectations the Federal Reserve will make only moderate changes to its stimulus that has been highly supportive of stocks and other assets at the conclusion of its two-day meeting.