Morning News Round-up:

Ø  IRFC may raise Rs 6,300 cr via rupee-denominate bonds abroad

Ø  India retains third slot in global steel production in Q1

Ø  Govt relaxes rules for sugar exports to EU, US

Ø  ‘Untimely rains, hailstorm hit 9.38 mn hectare of farmland’

Ø  CAD may decline to 0.9% of GDP in FY15: Report

Ø  ‘Won’t relent on Rs 40,000 cr tax demand on FIIs’

Ø  Government may hike sugar import duty to 40%

Ø  Cabinet note moved for amendments in Consumer Protection Act

Ø  Investment banks order forensic audit of promoters, key management staff

Ø  Daiichi exits Sun Pharma in India’s largest bulk deal

Ø  Teva offers to acquire Mylan at $82 per share in cash, stock

Ø  Govt to auction 69 marginal fields owned by ONGC, Oil India

Ø  Moody’s sees RCom as vulnerable to rupee depreciation

Ø  Subsidy exemption to state-run oil companies may continue in FY16: Oil Ministry

Ø  Centre gives partial relief on mining leases

Ø  China sees first default on bond by state-owned firm

Ø  RIL’s credit metrics to improve over two years: Moody’s

Ø  Jaitley to meet state Finance Ministers on Wednesday

Ø  Egis to make India the base for Middle East operations

Ø  Claris gets nod to sell 50 ml PVC pack of Fluconazole Injection in US

Ø  House panel recommends price caps for all drugs

Ø  RBI considering ways to link e-commerce to banking sector

Ø  Wipro brings Rishad Premji on board

Ø  HCL Tech Q3 profit rises 3.6%; shares recoup losses

Ø  Tamil Nadu cancels land allotment to Coca-Cola bottler

Ø  Non-railway orders, improved working capital help Titagarh Wagons

Ø  Bajaj Fin to seek shareholder nod for QIP worth Rs1,400 cr

Ø  RBI’s rupee management undermines hedging push

Ø  Govt retains interest rate for GPF at 8.7% for current fiscal

Ø  At Rs 83K cr, LIC boasts a tenth of ownership in listed banks

Ø  BSE Sensex falls for 5th day; NSE Nifty dips below 8,400 mark

Ø  Expensive LNG via long-term deal a major concern for GAIL

Ø  Lanco Infratech sells Udupi plant to Adani Power for Rs 6,300 cr

Ø  Wipro Q4 net up 3.9 % at Rs 2,286.5cr

Ø  India’s cotton exports drop to 4.5 million bales

Ø  India won’t yield to foreign investors’ demand for tax waiver

Ø  Asian stocks firm after China stimulus, euro hit by Greek anxiety

Ø  DLF to move out from Group A category: BSE

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