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Govt may raise natural gas price: Sundareshan

NEW DELHI: Petroleum Secretary S Sundareshan today said the government may shortly hike price of natural gas produced by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and Oil India Ltd (OIL) by 30 per cent.

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Digitalgoa breaks news

PANAJI: Just re-launched Goa centric portal and search engine – www.digitalgoa.com has attained distinction of becoming the first website to publish Goa breaking news and all major news stories of Goa instantly thereby filling the long pending void in the cyber world, said a press
release.

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PM to chair full Plan panel meet on tomorrow

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh will chair the full Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday to review the economy in the backdrop of the industry showing strong signs of recovery.

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House panel raps AI for employee rationalisation drive

NEW DELHI: A parliamentary committee has criticised the national carrier Air India for focusing more on rationalising manpower costs which is lower than expenses on other heads like fuel and picturing them as "a villain" behind the plight of the airline.

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Govt to infuse Rs 9,000 cr in PSBs by April-May

MUMBAI: The Union government plans to pump-in around Rs 9,000 crore into select state-run banks by April-May, in the first phase of its capital infusion programme announced in the Union budget, a top finance ministry official said.

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Cabinet approves scheme for revival of jute mills

NEW DELHI: The Union cabinet on Friday approved a proposal for reviving the National Jute Manufacturers Corporation (NJMC) Ltd which has three running mills out of total six closed ones under the Corporation.

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Nafed to step up support for organic farming

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Seeking to cash in on the growing worldwide demand for pesticide and fertiliser-free farm products, country’s apex agro marketing co-operative Nafed has drawn a plan to back organic farming in a big way.

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India to grow at 8.3% in FY 2011

MUMBAI: The Indian Gross Domestic Product will grow by 8.3 per cent in the next fiscal with the Index of Industrial production increasing by 10.2 per cent, a survey carried out by Dun and Bradstreet on Friday said.

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