Idea Cellular seeks higher valuation at Rs 134/share as Vodafone merger talks enter last lap - Financial Express
Telecommunication major Idea Cellular has reportedly sought higher valuation for its equity at above Rs 134 per share in the proposed merger with Vodafone India, even as the negotiation between the two to unite their businesses are close to finalisation, CNBC TV18 reported on Thursday citing unidentified sources. The price sought by Idea is at about 19% premium to its Wednesday’s closing price of Rs 112.9.
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Over 1.62 lakh companies deregistered till July 12: Arun Jaitley - Economic Times
Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries launches ‘free’ 4G JioPhone - Hindustan Times
Bharti Airtel, Idea shares plunge up to 7% in reaction to RIL's JioPhone launch - Firstpost
IT sector to see up to 38% fewer jobs this fiscal - Economic Times
Sensex gains over 100 pts, Nifty above 9,900; RIL up 3% ahead of AGM - Business Standard
World Bank to draw up plan for Railways’ Rs 5 lakh crore makeover - Economic Times
Sensex rebounds 100 pts, Nifty opens above 9850; Aurobindo soars 8% - Money Control
Corporate culture will be good for Air India: Chairman Ashwani Lohani - Tarun Shukla, Mint
Sensex ends over 350 points lower, Nifty closes below 9850; ITC, RIL fall - Money Control
RBI pushes 'Make in India' for currency security features - Times of India
DoT to seek detail over data breach from Reliance Jio: Telecom Secy - Indian Express
RBI may take up NPAs worth Rs 8 lakh crore for resolution by March 2019 - Business Standard
Sensex, Nifty maintain uptrend; RIL extends gains, ITC falls - Money Control
June wholesale inflation cools to 11-month low - Economic Times
6.6 lakh more people come under IT scanner - Mansi Taneja, DNA
Sensex, Nifty close lower after rangebound trade; Infosys loses shine - Money Control
Infosys Q1 profit down 3.3%, retains FY18 constant currency revenue growth guidance - Money Control
NEFT charges, RTGS charges by SBI set to be cut, but applicable only on internet, mobile banking - Financial Express
Vijay Mallya laundered over Rs1,300 crore through 13 shell companies: ED - Mint
Selling your old gold chain or car won't attract GST, Arun Jaitley clarifies - Rahul Shrivastava, India Today
Flipkart could offer $900-950 million for Snapdeal - Economic Times
ICICI Bank, SBI line up insurance issues; 4 railway units IPOs likely by Oct - Economic Times
Government to form panel to monitor National Energy Policy - Economic Times
Market darling India faces economic issues as inflation hits record low - Financial Express
Lack of machines delayed counting of banned notes: RBI chief tells panel - Dilasha Seth & Archis Mohan, Business Standard
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