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SummaryTorrent Pharmaceuticals has sought shareholder nod for enhancing its borrowing limit to R5,000 crore

Torrent Pharmaceuticals has sought shareholder nod for enhancing its borrowing limit to R5,000 crore from R3,000 crore. “Considering the company’s future growth plans, both organic and inorganic, including the proposed acquisition of identified Indian branded formulation business of Elder Pharmaceuticals, it is proposed to raise the above borrowing limits,” the company said.

Tata Housing acquires 20 acres in B’lore for R120 cr

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AI invites tenders for sale & lease-back of Dreamliners

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Tata Power wins nod to delay solar target to 2016

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LIC sells 2.06% stake in Tech Mahindra

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Great Eastern seeks to raise investment cap

The Great Eastern Shipping has sought consent from shareholders to raise the FII investment limit up to 33% of the total paid-up equity capital of the company. Members are expected to respond before or on January 17, 2014, the company said.

S&P lowers long-term corp rating for Aegis BPO

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