• Flowing down the waterways

     

  • Coal India to see 6% revenue growth till FY21

     

  • 95 non-coal mines may be auctioned in FY19

     

  • CIL 'confident' it can meet coal demand of power producers

     

  • Centre notifies new accounting standard, effective Apr 1

     

  • Bharatmala network poses threat to 25 highway toll projects, says ICRA

     

  • Railways Plans to Lower Cost of Goods Transport

     

  • Binani lenders refuse to consider UltraTech-backed proposal

     

  • FinMin asks bizmen, transporters to register on e-way platform

     

  • Binani lenders to discuss UltraTech-backed proposal

     

  • NBCC Aims to Build 1 Lakh Budget Houses Over Next 5 Years

     

  • Fiscal Deficit Up to February 20% More Than Revised Estimates for FY2018

     

  • UltraTech gets CCI nod for Binani deal

     

  • NCLT Asks Binani Cement Creditors to Consider Out -of- Court Settlement

     

  • CIL's New Pricing may Raise Fuel Cost: Consumers

     

  • GST Collections for Feb DIP Marginally to Rs 85,174 Crore

     

  • Lenders to Binani Cement seek time to weigh UltraTech offer

     

  • Concerns over coal India's competitive edge

     

  • CIL offers 10 mt of coal for summer stock

     

  • Economy to double by 2025; no risk to inflation target: Finmin

     

  • Transport creditors urge NCLT to appoint RP in Binani case

     

  • Binani resolution cost exceeds Rs.1 bn

     

  • 50 pc of NH projects yet to hit the road

     

  • Panagariya makes strong case for privatisation of PSBs

     

  • CII West plans to have its own Ease of Doing Business matrix

     

  • CSR spending of India cos rises by 14% in 2 fiscals: Study

     

  • Residential Launches Across Top 7 Cities Dip 50% in 2017

     

  • Real estate: Regaining lost ground

     

  • Due to delays, 356 infra projects show cost overrun of Rs.2.18 lakh cr

     

  • Coal India to Adopt More Transparent Pricing System

     

  • Government would complete PMAY target much before 2022, says Housing Minister

     

  • Prism Cement in a medium-term

     

  • Binani Cement's MSME creditors form forum to fight for rights

     

  • Gratuity Bill passed by Parliament

     

  • Binani Cement bidding process lacks transparency: UltraTech MD

     

  • Carbon emissions hit record high in 2017

     

  • Railways to Go it Alone in Revamp of 68 Major Stations

     

  • Move ahead with sale: Creditors of Binani to NCLT

     

  • No violation in Rs.7,266-cr bid for Binani Cement under IBC, claims UltraTech

     

  • Capacity utilisation up in select sectors

     

  • BMS Against Fixed-term Employment Move

     

  • Shortage of coal continues to hit power generation

     

  • CIL to set up plants for coal gasification

     

  • 11 mines allotted to Coal India

     

  • Environment Min Eases Rules for Construction Cos

     

  • M&A deals in cement expected to help stabilise prices

     

  • Binani Cement says fraud charges an afterthought

     

  • Binani Owners Foiling IBC Move: Dalmia CEO

     

  • UltraTech ups the ante

     

  • Law Update in the Works to Clarify Illegal Mining

     

  • Infrastructure pick-up plays out differently for large, small players

     

  • 35 mineral blocks to be auctioned in April, May

     

  • Fixed-Term employment Extended to all Sectors to Boost ease of Biz

     

  • Dalmia Cement takes inorganic path to growth

     

  • Binani offer in line with IBC, say UltraTech

     

  • Binani Cement RP Moves NCLT Over Rs.2,400-cr 'Fraudulent' Transations

  • India Needs to Fix Problems to Boost Exports: Debroy

     

  • Steel firms to urge Centre for anti-dumping duty revision

     

  • Oriental Structural Engineers, HG Infra get letter of award for part of Delhi-Jaipur project

     

  • Housing Cycle in India is on Revival Path, say CLSA

     

  • UltraTech offers Rs7,266 cr to buy Binani Cement

     

  • Steel prices may firm up by 6-10, bridge the discount

     

  • India to Meet Solar Capacity Addition Target of 10,000 Mw

     

  • 'Bankrupt Cos' Unused Land May Boost Cheap Home Maket: Experts

     

  • 11 non-operational coal mines to start production from June

     

  • NBCC enters road consutruction, get Rs.2,000-cr project

     

  • Banani Industries steps up pleas against cement unit resolution

     

  • BANANI CEMENT TAKEOVER - Creditor panel picks Dalmia Bharat bid

     

  • Binani Bankruptcy Process Not Tranparent, Alleges UltraTech

     

  • Iron ore mining leases have to be auctioned afresh: Goa government panel

     

  • Growth to touch 7.3% next fiscal, 7.5% in 2019-20: Fitch

     

  • UltraTech gears up for legal war over Binani Cement sale

     

  • Coal Linkage Rationalisation Saved over Rs.3,000 Cr: Govt

     

  • 'New policy to focus on existing industries'

     

  • UltraTech boosts Binani Cement bid to $1billion

     

  • Lack of railway rakes, diesel prices to weigh on cement margins

     

  • Dalmia Bharat set to buy Binani Cement for Rs.67 bn

     

  • Cement firms have new pecking order

     

  • India Likely to Grow 7.3% in FY19, 7.5% in FY20: World Bank

     

  • Signs of Industrial Recovery, At Last

     

  • NTPC seeks tenders to up its renewable capacity six times

     

  • Road Ministry to Raise Rs.1L cr from NHAI Bonds, LIC & EPFO Financing

     

  • Operating ratio of railways at 16-yr low: CAG

     

  • NHAI plans big bid-out of projects before fiscal end

     

  • 'Best in Class Continuous Improvement Award' to Nuvoco Vistas

     

  • NCLT pulls up Binani's resolution professional

     

  • ACC, Ambuja Cements to enter into master supply pact

     

  • Raise coal supply to power plants: Goyal to railways

     

  • Growth Engine Gets Twin Boost From IIP, CPI Data

     

  • China's war on pollution will change the world

     

  • Govt's solar energy plans take global statge

     

  • Commercial coal mining may cut import bill by Rs.30,000 cr

     

  • TOT success unlikely to shadow M&As in roads sector

     

  • Manufacturing outlook positive for Q4: Ficci

     

  • Interstate e-Way Bill Mandatory from April 2

     

  • Bharat Dalmia awaits, NCLT verdict even as UltraTech raises bid for Binani Cement

     

  • Gadkari warns steel, cement firms against making cartels

     

  • PPP : Rs 73,845-cr investment in road building

     

  • Direct Tax Mop-UP Increases 19.5%

     

  • Coal India defers decision on dividend

     

  • 2017-18: A good year fro steel

     

  • CIL misses output target for 11th month

     

  • Centre Plans to Lease Out 10 More NHs to Raise Rs.6,600 cr

     

  • Dalmia Consortium Cements Position to Acquire Binani

     

  • No pricing respite yet for cement market

     

  • Railways to Give Wagon Contracts in Bulk to Meet Future Demand

     

  • Power producers irked by poor coal supply under SHAKTI policy

     

  • Commercial coal mining may cut import bill by Rs.30,000 cr

     

  • Global growth, domestic demand to life FY'19 GDP to 7.5%: Crisil

     

  • 36 mineral blocks on auction mode

     

  • Rs.4.32-lakh cr highway projects on

     

  • Ultratech moves NCLT Over Assessing Bids

     

  • Any Hike in Royalty to Hurt ACC and Ambuja: CLSA

     

  • RBI's New NPA Norms May Hit 50,000 Mw Power Capacity

     

  • Taking coal to private players

     

  • Rlys Plans Rs.10 Lakh-Cr High-Speed Corridors

     

  • 4.4 Lakh Houses Unsold in 7 Big Cities at 2017-End, delhi-NCR Leads Pack: JLL India

     

  • Major ports to form SPVs to develop 111 rivers into national waterways

     

  • Core sector grew 6.7% in January as cement, refinery output soared

     

  • The anatomy of India's growth

  • 'Increase in govt spending to accelerate road sector growth'

     

  • Feb Manufacturing Activity Declines

     

  • Introducing cleaner fuel in industries will be new focus

     

  • Affordable housing policy-2018 soon

     

  • Economy grew 7.2% in Q3, a 15-month high

     

  • Core infrastructure sector output increases 6.7% in Jan