Morning News Snapshots

Ø  Jalan panel on bank licences submits report to RBI

Ø  Maruti-Suzuki deal: Investors mull further options, may approach Sebi

Ø  Firms to pump in Rs 28,000 cr in CSR activities: Sibal 

Ø  Govt ready to pay $1.5bn to Iran: Oil Secretary

Ø  Cabinet likely to set pay commission’s terms

Ø  Tata Power concludes acquisition of 39.2 MW Wind farm in Gujarat
Ø  Govt role in monetary policy-making to stay

Ø  IOC to buy 10% stake in Petronas’ LNG project

Ø  FII buying in V-Mart Retail crosses limit; no further purchase

Ø  RBI writes to ministry on United Bank, explores option of superseding board

Ø  MCA report finds fault with NSEL management, FTIL board for crisis

Ø  Oil firms to set up solar and wind energy projects

Ø  JSW Steel to hike prices up to ₹750/tonne, others may follow

Ø  Wipro wins 10-year deal from UK company 

Ø  Karnataka’s revenue surplus decreased by Rs. 2,638 cr: CAG 

Ø  Ranbaxy stops shipments from Toansa, Dewas plants 

Ø  S&P Ratings expects weakness in banks asset quality to persist

Ø  Lanco Infra to seek members’ nod to hike capital  
Ø  Govt panel stays immediate deallocation of 10 captive coal blocks

Ø  Sebi makes monitoring agency compulsory for all IPO funds

Ø  AirAsia offers half-a-million free tickets on select routes

Ø  Power Grid out of PSU ETF; fin min files offer document

Ø  Singapore vies for LNG trading hub role with second terminal

Ø  New norms proposed for listed firms divesting stake in units

Ø  ‘Recovery in govt spending, pvt investment to remain subdued’

Ø  CESC seeks 18 pct rise in tariff for 2014-15

Ø  JP Associates looks to exit JV with SAIL

Ø  Tech Mahindra, Sierra Wireless partner for M2M solutions
Ø  RIL refutes AAP allegations against company, Mukesh

Ø  PE investments in India up 74% in Q4’13; highest in 6 yrs

Ø  IMG gives JSPL, Tata Steel, others 8-9 months to get green nod

Ø  Cabinet may discuss Rs 7.5K cr notional loan waiver o

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