Thursday, January 12, 2017

news headline 13-01-2017

Economic Times
Business Standard

Ø  India's share in world GDP to reach 17% this yr: PwC
Ø  Guj signs Rs 77,000-cr MoU with Rlys for bullet train
Ø  Airtel Payments Bank launches nationwide operations
Ø  Saudis cut oil output to lowest in two years
Ø  Ratan Tata, Mukesh Ambani keen to invest in Assam
Ø  AG clears way for Rs 3,050 cr penalty on Airtel, Voda
Ø  TCS CEO N Chandrasekaran is new chairman of Tata Sons
Ø  TCS names Rajesh Gopinathan as MD and CEO
Ø  World food prices fall for fifth straight year in 2016: UN FAO
Ø  SC asks NDMC to reconsider Taj Mansingh auction
Ø  BoB declares 200 borrowers as wilful defaulters
Ø  Sebi may lower broker fee to Rs 15 per transaction of Rs 1 cr

Business Line

Ø  USFDA to re-audit Dr Reddy’s three plants
Ø  Government to sell 51% stake in Pawan Hans
Ø  Crisil develops new credit rating system for infra projects
Ø  Aircel to seek clarity on deal with Airtel, RCom
Ø  NSE’s 45% stake purchase in CAMS under SEBI scanner
Ø  Louvre Hotels takes majority stake in Sarovar Hotels
Ø  India’s IIP rises 5.7% in November, retail inflation decelerates in December
Ø  TCS Q3 profit rises 10.9% to Rs6,778 crore
Ø  Reliance Jio free offer has created unfair competition: Airtel’s Sunil Mittal
Ø  Consumers won’t have to pay card transaction charges at petrol pumps: govt
Ø  NRIs wait in RBI queues to deposit demonetised cash

Financial Express
Financial Chronicle

Ø  Bankruptcy and Insolvency Code will drive creation of a new debt market
Ø  PSBs need equity worth about Rs 2 lakh crore by March 2019: ASSOCHAM
Ø  SC’s no to intervene in whistleblower law irks advocate
Ø  Shut down SBI branches till cash flow improves, says trade union
Ø  Patel counsels Govt to reduce borrowing
Ø  Recommendations on Internet telephony by Feb: Trai
Ø  Private life insurers push premium growth in December
Ø  SpiceJet inks Rs 55,000 cr deal with Boeing to buy 100 jets

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