Morning News Round-up:

Ø  KKR to use $10 bn global pool for India assets

Ø  Rs 4,000-cr wind energy investments to become NPAs

Ø  SBI to set up special China desk to attract Chinese investors

Ø  No bank defaulter to be spared, says NarendraModi

Ø  India has one thing China does not: World-class companies

Ø  Traders want govts to open Ind-Pak trade routes

Ø  Tata to decide fate of its two UK plants this week

Ø  Govt not to coerce Vodafone, Cairn on retro tax case: FM

Ø  Shree Cement readies Rs 6,000 cr for expansion

Ø  Tata Motors to supply 619 trucks to Indian Army

Ø DhirubhaiAmbani, Kher, Saina to be given Padma awards

Ø  USFDA observations on 2 units not to impact products: Natco

Ø  Tata to decide fate of its two UK steel plants this week

Ø  Maharashtra mulls uniform electricity tariff for Mumbai and suburbs

Ø  EPFO to invest more in G-Secs for infra development

Ø  ‘Strong patent regime the only way to boost drug innovation’
Ø  Model code of conduct may delay coal mine allotment

Ø  DoT plans to begin spectrum auction by mid-July

Ø  IDBI Bank staff going on strike from Monday

Ø  Japan looks to kick-start fintech revolution 

Ø  India’s aluminium consumption to rise to 20 million tonnes, says Vedanta chief 

Ø  Yokohama to buy Alliance Tire in $1,179-million deal 

Ø  Govt to build 5 lac ponds in rural areas: NarendraModi

Ø  Heineken’s United Breweries gambit, CAD decline and water woes

Ø  Direct transfer of LPG subsidy has saved Rs15,000crore: PM Modi

Ø  Sharp, Foxconn to sign takeover deal next week: report

Ø  JSW said to offer guarantees to fund Jindal Power plant purchase

Ø  A fourth of all MF debt is now lower-grade paper

Ø  Top 7 companies add Rs 38,623 crore in Market Capitalisation

Ø  Gujarat NRE Coke assets see no takers

Ø  FPIs turn net buyers; pour in $2.5 bn in capital markets

Ø  Equity mutual funds add 39 lakh investor accounts in FY16

Ø  FPIs turn net buyers, pour in $2.5b in capital markets

Ø  Adani offers 49% stake in Dhamra LNG project

Ø  India to pay $334.7m annually till 2019-20 for 8.52% stake in AIIB

Ø  Stocks likely to see volatility on derivatives expiry

Ø  Govt to ensure that jewellers are not harassed: FM

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