Today’s Business Headlines-31st March

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Here are the Business Headlines as on 31st March 2017:

Economic Times

• India swings to net power exporter as PM Narendra Modi looks to block China
• Xiaomi billionaire CEO is doubling smartphone bet on India
• Billionaire conjures up Sam Walton with $6 billion Indian chain
• Private equity firm Ascent Capital scouts for $400 mn for next fund
• India becomes associate member of International Energy Agency
• You can pay via UPI by scanning QR codes
• Lenders get no takers for Vijay Mallya’s properties again
• Bhojpuri film industry now a Rs 2000 crore industry
• UP sugar mills cheer on good prices as South, West millers reel under draught
• CAG protests refusal of access to GSTN data
Business Standard
•Farmers look at drought-resistant crops fearing monsoon deficit
• EC asks print and electronic media to refrain from running exit polls
• Vinod Rai says govt may merge two large banks
• Lok Sabha rejects Rajya Sabha changes to Finance Bill
• India is running out of time on NPAs: K V Kamath
• Cabinet likely to discuss change in urea subsidy
• India to connect Tawang with rail network
• Hyderabad, India’s first 1Gbps-enabled city
• Jeff Bezos is now the world’s second richest person
• Udan to link 70 small town to metros
• Kotak Mahindra Bank to raise Rs. 5,370 crore
• GST: anti-profiteering clause may weigh on biz, market sentiment
• Banks may cut funding to Rajasthan discoms missing UDAY targets
• Let telcos use spectrum as collateral, Trai tells govt
• Bhel plans to focus on aerospace sector, may collaborate with Isro
• Bank of Maharashtra loses Rs25 cr in UPI fraud
• NHAI to miss FY17 road projects target on land acquisition woes
• Strengthening rupee adds to IT, pharma firms’ woes
• NDB board to discuss expanding membership, says KV Kamath
• Tax return form said to seek details of deposits made during note ban

Startup World

• 2016-17 in review: start-ups look to conserve cash
• Snapdeal misses out on funding as investors feud
• BigBasket raises Rs45 crore from Trifecta Capital

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