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Govt likely to retain Rs65K cr divestment target in FY16

PSUs were given a three-years time to comply with the norms last June.

Safety, the unknown in Chhattisgarh industries

In the dank and dark underground coal mines of north Chhattisgarh, over 60 metres below the surface, a notice on the walls asks miners to lie down in the event of a blast.

Strategic sales in PSUs the way forward

Alternatively, the presentation has suggested continuing with the current system of piecemeal stake sales in state-owned enterprises.

From the Portico

‘Balcao’ is on at Dhoomimal Gallery, Connaught Circus, till April 15.

HZL, Balco stake sale possible only next fiscal, but Axis Bank now

For FY15, the disinvestment proceeds have been estimated at Rs 56,925 crore.

FinMin to meet on Balco stake sale

State-run defence equipment maker Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd is expected to come with its initial share sale to offload 10 per cent stake in the current fiscal.

Govt to push big-ticket sell-offs in last quarter

Decision on Coal India Ltd,Hindustan Zinc and Balco stake sales to be finalised in few weeks.

Balco,HZL stakes: Vedanta to hike offer

The government currently holds 29.5 per cent stake in Hindustan Zinc and 49 per cent in Balco.

‘No cut in plan spending to meet deficit target’

Govt bets big on spectrum auction,disinvestment.

Court rejects petition against Raman in Balco case

A Raipur court Saturday rejected the petition of senior Congress leader Bhupesh Baghel in which he had sought to book Chief Minister Raman Singh for corruption and cheating in a land case.

Vedanta resumes work at Odisha refinery

The 1 million tonne per annum refinery was shut since October 12.

Balco may be Vedanta’s by March

Vedanta is also hopeful of taking forward the process to buy govt’s stake in Hindustan Zinc.

HSBC sets Sterlite stock target at Rs 195

HSBC Securities said it had initiated coverage of Sterlite and Sesa Goa with an overweight rating.

Vedanta FY profit soars 187 pct

The company that has been at the receiving end of much criticism globally has revealed numbers that will will bring cheer to the hearts of its investors.

Mine licences may be given to ‘first in line’

Ministry of Mines plans to hand out licences for minerals other than coal to those ‘first in the queue’ with a right to sell them off at a premium.