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Business Standard

Ø China’s oil giant CNPC signs $1.77 billion Abu Dhabi deal

Ø MF industry bets big on SIP to hit Rs 20-trillion AUM mark

Ø All might not be well for Dalal Street post Q3; nine lucky stocks to bet on

Ø Government mandates launch of CPSE IPOs within 22 weeks of concerned ministry’s nod

Ø Havells to buy Lloyd Consumer for Rs 1,600 cr

Ø Chandra walks into Tata corner room on Tuesday

Ø Don’t settle all trades in HDFC Bank, RBI tells custodians

Ø 65% of IT employees not retrainable: Capgemini India chief

Ø China suspends all coal imports from North Korea

Business Line


Ø PE investments decline to $652 mn in Jan: Thornton

Ø Gold imports shrink 32.7% in April-Jan

Ø Hero MotoCorp: Geared for a comeback

Ø Wind power installations may cross 5,000 MW this year

Ø Ratan Tata’s investment in start-ups rises 30 per cent in fiscal 2016

Ø HSBC, UBS stop issuing P-Notes as India steps up clampdown

Ø DLF to invest Rs3,500 crore in 2017 to complete running projects

Ø Paytm to invest Rs600 crore over 10 months to expand QR code payment system

Financial Express

Financial Chronicle

Ø Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu signs deal for India to commit $340 mn soft loans to Nepal for infra projects

Ø Top seven companies add Rs 48,519 crore in market capitalization

Ø SpaceX launches rocket from NASA pad in Florida, completes relanding

Ø Despite fall, GDP will bounce back sharply: RBI Governor

Ø AAI deprived Rs 2,397 cr by DIAL firms, says CAG

Ø Alibaba, Rakuten look to tap Indian e-commerce mart

Ø Patanjali wins tax exemption claims

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