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Vedanta to invest close to $8 bn in next 3 years

Vedanta to invest close to $8 bn in next 3 years

Over the next three years, Vedanta will invest around USD 8 billion (about Rs 56,000 crore) on various projects across businesses. There is immense growth potential in sight, Vedanta Ltd Chairman Navin Agarwal said today at the company's Annual General Meeting. This year Vedanta had a record production in its zinc-lead-silver and aluminium businesses.
‘Postmortem easier than action’: Jaitley

‘Postmortem easier than action’: Jaitley

New Delhi, Sep 25: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday hit out at former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan for predicting that the next banking crisis would be triggered by MSME lending, saying postmortem is easier than taking action when it was required. Rajan, who had as the chief economist at IMF warned of impending financial crisis.

Trump arrives late for UNGA speech

Trump arrives late for UNGA speech

United Nations, Sep 25: The US President is traditionally the second speaker after Brazil to address the General Debate in the high-level UN General Assembly session, but President Donald Trump broke the tradition as he arrived late to the UN for his speech and missed his slot to speak. Brazil's President Michel Temer addressed.

Armed forces must remain uncontaminated

Armed forces must remain uncontaminated

New Delhi, Sep 25: The armed forces are a splendid embodiment of the country's "secular project" and it is vitally important that they remain "uncontaminated" from any sectarian appeal, former prime minister Manmohan Singh said Tuesday. The senior Congress leader also said the judiciary should not lose sight of its primary duty to protect the secular

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