Saturday, February 27, 2021

Avinash Prabhakar

UltraTech Cement emerges front-runner in bid to buy Emami’s cement units

Aditya Birla Group-owned UltraTech Cement Ltd has reportedly emerged as the lead contender to purchase the cement business of India’s largest Kolkata-based FMCG group Emami

First batch of imported 790 tonnes of onion reach India, getting distributed between Delhi and Andhra Pradesh government

Out of total 49,500 tonnes of onion contracted by Metals and Minerals Trading Corporation of India (MMTC) so far, the first batch of 790 tonnes of imported onion has reached the Mumbai port

Airtel starts free Wi-Fi calling service in Mumbai, Kolkata, Andhra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu

This Airtel technology supports only six handsets with a restriction of compatibility with Xstream Fiber broadband service only

China to cut import tariffs on hundreds of key commodities from January next year

The rate has been slashed down on pharmaceuticals and a range of chemical products like diabetes and asthma medicines, semiconductor testing and taping equipment, memory chips and aluminium valves, edible products include fish, cheese and nuts.

Industry veterans discuss road map ahead for $5 trillion economy in a session at FICCI

The panel underlined the need for the Indian manufacturing sector to become globally competitive and join the global value chain

Steel industry to face disarray post March next year as mine leases expire, says SAIL Chairman

The mining lease for two key raw materials - coal and iron ore – is going to expire by March next year

Better 4G Network adds 12 Million subscribers to Bharti Airtel in Oct-Nov

Airtel has announced to shut down the 3G network across the nation by March next year and will redeploy the spectrum for 4G to cover the entire nation with 4G network

India to ink maritime transport pact with Oman during Foreign Minister’s next week visit

Oman is a strategic partner of India and the two countries share trade and people-to-people ties for several millennia

Goa bench of Bombay HC fines 3 mining companies Rs 65 lakhs each for de-silting agricultural land

The bench also said that if the mining companies are not found responsible for silting the paddy land and are not liable under the ‘polluter pays’ policy, District Mineral Foundation will have to bear the entire expenditure

DCC of Telecom dept gives nod for Rs 5.22 trillionn spectrum sale, auction in March-April

The airwaves spectrum in 700 MHz, 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1,800 MHz, 2,100 MHz, 2,300 MHz and 2,500 MHz for 4G bands and 3,300-3600 MHz for 5G bands will be offered for sale in the spectrum

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