Economic Times Headlines 21st August 2015

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Business Standard
Ø  No intention of banning P-Notes overnight: Govt
Ø  Chinese province's crisis exposes economic fault line
Ø  SBI, PNB, Bank of Baroda may exit UTI Mutual Fund
Ø  GST rate to be 'as reasonable as possible': Finance Ministry
Ø  Sebi proposes relaxed norms for infra investment trusts
Ø  World Bank to look into investment opportunities in Haryana
Ø  Government not to hike excise duty on petrol, diesel
Ø  Government to release first quarter GDP data on August 31
Ø  Devaluation of yuan not a cause of worry at current levels: Raghuram Rajan
Ø  Rajan allays bankers' fear of competition from payments banks
Ø  Fuel retailing: OMCs gear up for intense competition
Ø  Greek PM Alexis Tsipras resigns, election on Sept 20
Ø  FM Arun Jaitley steps up rate cut pressure on RBI
Ø  US oil falls to $40 on global glut
Ø  Small finance bank licences next month: Rajan
Ø  Dredging Corp sets OFS floor price at Rs 382
Business Line
Ø  Apex court’s FSSAI order leaves industry looking for clarity
Ø  No incentives for banks to tackle NPAs: SBI chief
Ø  Routing commodity trades through brokers may push up costs for hedgers
Ø  Cement sector upbeat as Telangana, AP set to buy 3 mnt
Ø  India Inc may be close to the end of bad times
Ø  SEBI bars Riddhi Siddhi, 58 other cos from market
Ø  PE fund exits in 2015 so far highest in five years
Ø  GSPC plans to sell stake in some hydrocarbon blocks
Ø  Telcos and the tiresome overhang of Reliance Jio’s launch
Ø  Aditya Birla Group launches Bizlabs to work with start-ups
Ø  Iran asks India to clear $6.5 billion oil dues in 2 months
Ø  Dr Reddy’s recalls Rivastigmine Tartrate capsules from US market
Financial Express
Financial Chronicle
Ø  Rajan asks realty developers to bring down prices
Ø  Sensex ends 324 points down, Nifty closes below 8,400
Ø  Reliance Ind raises $225 million through overseas bond issue
Ø  IMF freezes benchmark currency basket, defers any yuan addition
Ø  China’s carbon count could be overstated by 14 pct: Nature
Ø  Need to strengthen anti-dumping mechanism: DIPP
Ø  Govt approves pact with Seychelles to curb black money
Ø  Payments banks pose risk to public lenders market share: Fitch
Ø  Aurobindo gets USFDA nod for generic ulcer drug
Ø  NTPC tax-free bonds oversubscribed 7.25 times
Ø  3 Indian cos among world's most innovative firms: Forbes
Ø  India Post says open to partnerships for payments bank

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