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Between a rock and a hard place
A sharp drop in steel prices along with cheap imports and low demand is hurting the industry
Apr 20, 2015
We have performed better than our competition: Rajesh Gopinathan
Despite reporting a lower quarterly revenues for the March quarter on a sequential basis, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) registered...
Apr 18, 2015
Steel firms stare at tough times as prices crash
Fifteen years after Essar Steel defaulted on its $250-million floating rate notes (FRN) in July 1999...
Apr 16, 2015
Fresh lease of life for Monnet Ispat and Energy
Lenders okay Rs 1,720-crore additional funds
Apr 16, 2015
Jaypee Infratech’s road arm takes 5/25 route
Seeks refinancing of R10,300 crore in loans
Apr 10, 2015
NPA-wary banks reluctant to enhance Air India credit line
Air India is now struggling to meet its working capital requirements as banks are unwilling to enhance its existing line of credit.
Apr 09, 2015
Air India looks to financial rejig to turn profitable
With accumulated losses of close to Rs 31,000 crore, Air India is looking to its rejig its balance sheet so as to be able to report...
Apr 07, 2015
Gammon Infrastructure misses principal payments on port project cost spiral
Gammon Infrastructure Projects has defaulted on its loan obligations to lenders, KK Mohanty, managing director of the company...
Apr 01, 2015
Essar Steel seeks more loans of Rs 4,000 crore
Weighed down by borrowings of close to R38,000 crore and falling prices of steel, the Ruia-promoted Essar Steel is hoping lenders...
Mar 31, 2015
Payment may push telcos’ debt to Rs 3.5 lakh cr
The anticipated increase in debt levels could lead to telecom operators passing on the cost of such increased borrowings to subscribers.
Mar 27, 2015
We have a particular focus on digital: Stuart Milne, HSBC india
HSBC has done well in India over the years thanks to the bouquet of services it offers across the corporate and retail...
Mar 27, 2015
We may not even have cards in the future: Ranjan Dhawan, Bank of Baroda
Bank of baroda, a third of whose loan book comes from international operations, is looking to expand its global footprint. BoB executive director Ranjan Dhawan tells Pranav Nambiar and Pallavi Ail that the bank wants to build
Mar 26, 2015
RBI detects fraud in REI Agro; CBI probe likely
January letter to bankers points out large-scale irregularities by Basmati exporter, asks them to take action.
Mar 26, 2015
Towering ambitions crushed by debt, GTL Infra seeks a buyer
From harbouring an ambition of creating India’s largest telecom towers firm by acquiring Reliance Communications’ (RCom) towers in 2010...
Mar 19, 2015
GAIL to reissue tender for LNG ships with changed norms
Indian shipbuilders lack both technology and financial muscle
Mar 17, 2015
CDR cell to take up 3 recast cases; may okay Senvion sale
The corporate debt restructuring (CDR) cell will take up three cases at its next meeting. The cell will consider loan...
Mar 14, 2015
Bhushan Steel gets a life as banks fear hit to books
Bankers to the highly-leveraged and loss-making Bhushan Steel have opted to lend a little over Rs 7,000 crore more...
Mar 13, 2015
ABG to focus on defence orders, exit commercial shipbuilding
The debt-laden ABG Shipyard plans to focus on the more lucrative defence shipbuilding orders and exit from commercial shipbuilding...
Mar 11, 2015
Pipavav Defence buyers await Rs 12,000-crore loan recast
The decisions of the BM Munjal-led Hero Group and the Mahindra & Mahindra Group — which have shown interest in buying a stake in Pipavav Defence...
Mar 04, 2015
POEM places corporates in a spot as tax muddle looks set to get worse
A Budget proposal requiring companies to pay taxes on overseas subsidiaries if the management of that subsidiary is effectively in India for...
Mar 03, 2015
Fixed Deposit rates up to 8.25%: These banks are offering highest FD rates
From Maggi, chyawanprash, laptops, to Parle-G, here's what Indians spent money on amid pandemic
Air India Express crash highlights: Kozhikode airport operator addressed issues red-flagged by DGCA, says aviation minister
Another virus on the spread in China: Seven dead, 60 infected by 'tick-borne virus'
'Need for discipline': RBI asks banks not to open current accounts for customers having cash credit, overdraft
AGR dues: Vodafone Idea to raise funds after clarity from Supreme Court
GST: Notices to large number of firms declaring lower sales to avoid tax
China's Belt and Road Initiative is cracking! What's blocking China's highway to global dominance? Check
Tabletop runway: What is it and why these airports are risky- Explained
Uttar Pradesh Lucknow lockdown updates: Weekend lockdown to be enforced; Check rules, what is open, what is not
Torrent: Cut to ‘reduce’, revise fair value to Rs 2,350 a share
Budget 2020 hasn't violated fiscal discipline: FM Sitharaman
Budget 2020 was disappointing for lacking vision; but fiscal, taxation measures welcome: EAC-PM member Ashima Goyal
Budget 2020: FM Nirmala Sitharaman says govt willing to do more beyond Union Budget to boost growth
Budget 2020: FM says green shoots of recovery visible, points at worse macro-economic fundamentals under UPA
Budget and the economy: What can we expect after this Budget?
Budget 2020: FM Sitharaman takes on P Chidambaram over defence budget allocation
Budget 2020 proposals on DDT, personal tax not to impact MF industry: Franklin Templeton
Budget 2020: Chidambaram slams Modi govt; says economy close to collapse, unemployment making India poorer
Budget 2020: How ESOP tax changes will benefit start-up employees
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