Morning News Roundup :

Ø  FTSE keeps Essar’s minimum free-float deadline suspended 

Ø  Ukraine recalls its ambassador to Russia

Ø  SBI to sell around Rs 5K-cr NPAs to ARCs shortly

Ø  Infosys bags deal to develop software app for Volvo cars’ global operations

Ø  Vodafone agrees to buy Spain’s Ono for $10 billion

Ø  Tea exports dip 13.24 pc in April-February
Ø  Road developers stare at distress sale of projects

Ø  Moscow assets set to fall after Crimea votes to join Russia

Ø  Reliance Jio in tower leasing pact with Viom

Ø  RBI’s policy guidance on April 1 may be limited to next review

Ø  Natural rubber imports jump 91% to 18,141 tonnes in Feb

Ø  Mexico’s Pemex eyeing more crude exports to India, Japan

Ø  Adventz to cut dependence on govt orders for rail biz

Ø  Iran claims sabotage attempt at nuke plant

Ø  US asks India to submit data on food security scheme to WTO

Ø  Swal launches new products to control pests in cotton, rice

Ø  US Seals take control of rogue Libya oil ship: Pentagon    
Ø  Indian arms imports almost triple of China, Pakistan: SIPRI

Ø  GM recalls another 1.5 m vehicles, to take $300 m charge

Ø  Maruti minority shareholders draw first blood on Gujarat plant

Ø  DBS to buy SG’s Asian private banking business

Ø  Steelmakers to go ahead with expansion

Ø  Wage issue: Toyota workers seek K’taka govt’s intervention

Ø  Asian stock markets mostly shrug off Crimea vote

Ø  Alibaba picks US for IPO; in talks with six banks for lead roles

Ø  India’s power sector generates international interest

Ø  Market capitalisation: Infosys Ltd, Tata Consultancy, Wipro lose Rs 41,564 cr
Ø  Investor empowerment, enforcement core focus areas: Sebi

Ø  India Inc snaps up $29.3b worth overseas assets in FY14

Ø  Manufacturing may create 3.2m jobs during 2012-17

Ø  Mutual funds ideal for steady wealth creation

Ø  Varun Shipping seeks new licence after business rejig

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