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    News in pictures

  • File photo of a Coca-Cola hoarding in Mumbai. The aerated drinks giant has rejected the report of a committee of experts set up by the Kerala govt to assess losses caused by its plant at Palchimada. Coca-Cola says the panel, which sought a compensation of Rs 200 crore, was set up based on the "unproven assumption" that the company had caused damage in the area.
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<b>Courtesy: BS file picture</b>
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    File photo of a Coca-Cola hoarding in Mumbai. The aerated drinks giant has rejected the report of a committee of experts set up by the Kerala govt to assess losses caused by its plant at Palchimada. Coca-Cola says the panel, which sought a compensation of Rs 200 crore, was set up based on the "unproven assumption" that the company had caused damage in the area.

    Courtesy: BS file picture

  • File photo of people rushing to fill up at a petrol pump in New Delhi, following a fuel price hike announcement. The government may soon raise prices of natural gas produced by state-owned ONGC and Oil India by as much as 30 per cent, Petroleum Secretary S Sundareshan said today.
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<b>Picture by Sanjay K Sharma</b>
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    File photo of people rushing to fill up at a petrol pump in New Delhi, following a fuel price hike announcement. The government may soon raise prices of natural gas produced by state-owned ONGC and Oil India by as much as 30 per cent, Petroleum Secretary S Sundareshan said today.

    Picture by Sanjay K Sharma

  • Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee says the government expects the economy to expand by 7.2 this fiscal and increase by 8.5 per cent in the next.
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<b>Courtesy: BS file photo</b>
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    Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee says the government expects the economy to expand by 7.2 this fiscal and increase by 8.5 per cent in the next.

    Courtesy: BS file photo

  • File photo of people transacting in a bank in Srinagar. Several banks have said they see stable lending rates and profits in the near term despite an unexpected repo rate hike by the Reserve Bank of India on intensifying inflationary pressures, though short-term lending rates may go up.
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<b>Courtesy: Reuters</b>
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    File photo of people transacting in a bank in Srinagar. Several banks have said they see stable lending rates and profits in the near term despite an unexpected repo rate hike by the Reserve Bank of India on intensifying inflationary pressures, though short-term lending rates may go up.

    Courtesy: Reuters

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