Today’s Business Headlines-7th March 2017-Tentaran.com

Here are the Business Headlines as on 7th March 2017:

Economic Times

  • IISc becomes first Indian university to be ranked among the top 10 in world
  • SPV to free Air India of debt in the works
  • CAT annuls 2013 selection of 13 officers by UGC
  • Law panel explores income tax relief to single mothers
  • all schemes to have sunset clause: Finance Ministry
  • PNB looks to sell 7% stake in PNB housing finance
  • ED freezes shell cos a/cs involved in laundering.

 

Business Standard

  • Tech Mahindra to buy US health care service provider for Rs 732 Cr.
  • GE eyes carbon reduction market
  • Govt okays Rs 4500 cr project to revive 50 airports, airstrips
  • Govt asks SBI to reconsider minimum balance penalty
  • Reliance industries close in on TCS on market capitalisation.
  • ED summons Ex-AirAsia India CEO mittu Chandilya
  • Donald Trump signs new travel ban order, Iraq Left Off.

 

MINT

  • Govt to release new indices for IIP, WPI
  • Mallya’s properties fail to attract bidders despite lowered Prices
  • Music Broadcast initial public offer subscribed 51% on Day 1
  • Govt simplifies rules for trademark registration.

 

Start-Up World

  • Govt May alter ‘start-up’ definition
  • Start-Ups account for 70% of PE/VC deals in 2016
  • Karnataka to fix minimum fares for Uber and ola
  • Shopclues Goes Offline in search of 1 lakh sellers
  • Star India picks up stake in startup Zapr

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