GOODWILL BUSINESS DIGEST

29/08/2018

 

  • LIC-IDBI Bank deal hits a legal hurdle
  • 1% STT applies to physical settlement in equity derivatives, clarifies CBDT
  • Govt seen burying MPs’ panel report on DeMo
  • Liberty House not in race with JSW buy of Bhushan Steel
  • Foodgrain output to hit all time high of 285 Mt
  • Santro emerges favourite car in Hyundai’s name drive
  • DIPP rejects 49 % FDI proposal in Inventory model
  • Be proactive on stressed assets issue, HC tells Govt
  • Retail investors complain Portfolio returns do not match bull run
  • LIC to buy 7 % equity in IDBI bank through preferential share sale
  • Foodgrain production estimate raised to 284.83 Mn tons
  • Traders move NCLAT against Flipkart deal
  • J&J implants: EX FDA officer targets DCGI
  • Google unveils key ”made for India” products
  • DoT demands SUC, RCom goes to tribunal
  • Amazon Pay acquires Tapzo
  • Jetairways plans to save Rs 1000 cr in 2 years
  • Vedanta wins licences to explore 41 of 55 Oil & Gas blocks on offer
  • Power ministry asks CERC to speed up clearing dues
  • Petrol crosses Rs 78, diesel rates at new peak
  • Walmart-Flipkart deal: CAIT plea against CCI nod
  • Vistara to start flights to Phuket, Colombo
  • Google, Banks team up for digital loans
  • Ghost from the past: Govt asks sugar mills to supply 1.7 lakh tons or pay up.
  • RBI in hands off mode during sell-off
  • Continue anti-dumping duty on China flat base steel wheels
  • 30 power assets to land in NCLT
  • Jet airways-Godrej land deal under I-T scanner
  • 12 GW stressed power assets may find buyers in 15 days
  • Power connections of some mfrs may be linked with GST In to monitor consumption
  • Centre to review relief measures undertaken by banks, insurers in Kerala
  • World bank to provide $250 M loan to Rajasthan to improve power distribution
  • Physical settlement in F & O to attract 0.10 % STT, CBDT tells HC
  • India plans to fill gap left by US exports to China
  • GOVT, EESL, WB sign $300 Mn pact to boost energy efficiency program in India
  • Govt may infuse Rs 2200 Cr more into AI in 2018-19

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