Morning News Round-up:

Ø  Trai paper to soon promote Wi-Fi in public places

Ø  World’s largest oil firm Aramco to invest in India

Ø  Sanjeev Gupta keen on acquiring Tata Steel’s plants

Ø  CIL’s arm MCL produces record 138 MT in FY16

Ø  Essar Oil turns around loss-making Stanlow refinery

Ø  India imports 10,000 t soyameal due to high domestic prices

Ø  Punj Lloyd plans to scale back global biz: Chairman

Ø  Banks knock on courts’ doors to recover Rs 1.86 lakh crore

Ø  Govt may impose anti-dumping duty on drilling pipes from China

Ø  IT dept launches tax calculator; e-filing of few ITRs begins

Ø  Sebi, exchanges beef up surveillance; debars 1,350 entities

Ø  Adani wins Queensland approval for Australian coal project

Ø  India Ratings cuts ratings for Renuka Sugar’s loans, debentures

Ø  PSUs may be asked to go for share buybacks, listing this fiscal 

Ø  UK’s public sector urged to buy locally to end steel crisis 

Ø  Essar Oil UK turns around Stanlow Refinery 

Ø  States in a quandary over new wages for rural job scheme 

Ø  Invest in India’s defence, energy business, Modi invites Saudis 

Ø  Cairn Energy asks government to walk the talk on retro tax

Ø  Greece demands IMF explanation over leaked debt transcript

Ø  ITC to keep cigarette factories shut over health warning rules

Ø  Reliance Industries launches online fashion portal

Ø  Debt-heavy Jaypee Group says still able to service loans

Ø  World’s largest oil firm Aramco looks to India as its ‘No 1 target for investment’

Ø  Expectations high for up to 0.50% rate cut by RBI

Ø  ‘UK steelworkers’ pensions could be cut under Tata plan

Ø  Govt to invite proposals from PSUs for allotting 16 coal mines

Ø  Indian Railways aims at 1 lakh meal order online per day

Ø  M-cap: Top 7 co’s witness erosion of Rs 32,188 cr

Ø  GST about to happen; retro tax thing of past: Modi

Ø  Sugar prices set to remain under pressure despite low production

Ø  MF disclosure: investors will get more info

Ø  Dore imports likely to increase by 45%

Ø  NPA is less of a matter of debtors turning defaulters

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