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(Reuters) - Indian shares rose nearly 1 percent on Monday, heading for a third straight session of gains as consumer goods makers such as ITC Ltd surged on hopes the newly implemented goods and services tax (GST) would reduce retail prices and boost sales.
US-based Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has been making a sales pitch to revive stranded gas-fired power projects and fertiliser plants.
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In an interview with CNBC-TV18, AB Khare, CMD of Madras Fertilizers said that the revival proposal is going on and the government is studying the proposals. "Equity pumping may or may not take place. It depends on what government chooses," he added.
As part of its surveillance process, the BSE shifted 34 companies including Aditya Birla Money, Emami Infrastructure, Ess Dee Aluminium, Gokaldas Exports, Kridhan Infra, Madras Fertilizers, OneLife Capital Advisors, Sarda Plywood Industries, SRS Finance, Steelcast, Vikas WSP and Websol Energy to the trade-for-trade category from April 13. That means delivery is compulsory for the shares and they would attract a circuit filter of 5 per cent or lower as applicable.
State-owned Coal India (CIL) on Friday announced the termination of the services of one of its directors R Mohan Das with effect from on Thursday. As a director (Personnel and Industrial Relations) with CIL, Das was responsible for the formulation and implementation of personnel policies of our company, the PSU said in a filing to BSE.
AB Khare, CMD, Madras Fertilizers Ltd, has taken over the additional charge of Chairman and Managing Director of FACT.
A B Khare, Chairman and Managing Director, Madras Fertilizers Ltd, has taken over additional charge of Chairman and Managing Director of FACT.
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