• Govt tightens E Com policy to  check misuse by online players
  • Farmer woes take centre stage; Will reflect on elections
  • Attach properties of accused brokers too NSEL petitions court
  • Sun Pharma gets breather in US patent case
  • Open a liquidity window: NBFC Chiefs to PM
  • General Insurers plan a registry of serial offenders
  • Airtel may shed up to 70 M users as it insists on Min. Bal.
  • Bimal Jalan heads the panel to assess the RBI reserves and transfer to Govt
  • To soothe brick-n-mortar stores, Govt builds walls around ECom
  • Carlyle- GIC set to buy 10 % in SBI Life ins for Rs 5200 cr
  • Microsoft India’s FY 18 Revenue dips 12 % after discontinuing mobile sales
  • BCCI mulling four options for IPL in view of polls
  • Biyani’s family office raises Rs 3 K Cr to cut debt
  • IBC: Govt mulls easing related party rule
  • HDFC group overtakes Tatas in market value
  • Maruti recalls 5900 Super carry units
  • ILFS appoints Bijay Kumar IAS (retd) as Deputy MD
  • NHB’s refinance cap hiked to Rs 50 K Cr
  • CVC examining audit reports of PSBs, Ins. Firms
  • India appeals against WTO panel ruling on steel safeguard duty
  • Kandla-Gorakpur LPG pipeline gets nod: 60 bottling plants soon
  • Brent crude oil dips below $ 50 per barrel; Govt pressure eases on CAD
  • HUL considering options against NAA order
  • Huawei sees red over FTA advantage to rival Samsung
  • Rs 200 bn compensation cess to help reduce fiscal deficit, breached in Oct
  • Non Life Ins. See 13.2 % rise in premiums in Apr- Nov
  • Experts differ on invoking Sec 74 of IBC-punishment clause of officials
  • Asia stocks: Investors on edge after $ 5.6 Tr loss
  • Com ministry in favour of aluminium import duty hike, says Prabhu
  • Govt plans to allot 10 Mines to CIL in 2019
  • Profit margins of tea planters may contract amid wage hike
  • Malaysia reviews palm oil export taxes amid bulging stockpiles
  • World’s largest floating LNG platform starts production in Australia
  • Gold hits 6 Month peak on global economy worries
  • Liquidity deficit nearly doubles to Rs1.49 L Cr, witnesses crunch for long

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