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TRAI recommends lifting restrictions on stake sale

NEW DELHI: Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) today recommended lifting of restrictions on mobile services firms selling stake provided the joint entity does not hold more than 30 per cent share in terms of revenue or subscribers in each circle, a move which will speed up consolidation in the Indian telecom market.

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Carrefour launches nursery

PANAJI: Carrefour, the giant retailer, has launched its green house nursery at Palla village. This first of its kind model which is sustainable will help farmers improve their crop yield considerably and start the second phase of Carrefour’s sustainable farmer development programme.

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ICRI-US Medical ties up

MUMBAI: After the approval of the foreign universities Bill by the government, ICRI, the pioneers in Healthcare and Clinical Research education,

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Health policies for individual and family

by Tensing Rodrigues
1. I am 34 years old. I feel I should have a Health Insurance policy. Please brief me on health policies for individual and family and suggest me a reliable company. — Atul Desai.

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Mineral production up 9.69%

NEW DELHI: The country’s mineral sector has recorded a growth of 9.69 per cent during April- February 2009-10 as compared to same period previous year. However, during February this year, the mineral production from mining and quarrying dipped by 5.23 per cent over the previous month, but was higher by 12.20 per cent as compared to the same month last year, according to official statement issued here today.

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Greek crisis to influence RBI’s exit policy

MUMBAI: The debt crisis in Greece which is feared to extend to many countries in Europe may prompt the Reserve Bank to slow the pace of its exit from the  monetary stimulus, experts today said.

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India likely to produce over 1,000 million kg of tea

NEW DELHI: India is likely to cross the 1,000-million-kg mark in tea production this financial year and exports of the commodity are expected to grow by 5-10 percent, Tea Board of India Chairman Basudeb Banerjee said here Monday. “For this financial year, we expect the production to be 1,000 million kg or it can be even more than that,” Banerjee said.

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