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Tega Industries IPO fully subscribed within one hour on Day 1 of bidding; all you need to know
Business

Tega Industries IPO fully subscribed within one hour on Day 1 of bidding; all you need to know

The Rs 619.22-crore IPO received bids for 1,01,82,315 shares against 95,68,636 shares on offer, translating into 1.06 times subscription, according to NSE data.

Lok Sabha polls: Solution to Goa iron ore mining woes after BJP returns to power at Centre, says Suresh Prabhu
India

Lok Sabha polls: Solution to Goa iron ore mining woes after BJP returns to power at Centre, says Suresh Prabhu

Suresh Prabhu assured the BJP will find a solution to the current crisis faced by Goa's iron ore mining industry soon after the party returns to power at the Centre post the April-May general elections

Driverless mining train in Australia claimed as the 'world's largest robot'
science

Driverless mining train in Australia claimed as the 'world's largest robot'

The $940 million rail project was designed to ferry mining resources from remote regions to ports.

Goa Election 2017: Environment-development Catch-22 influences state polls far more than elsewhere
Politics

Goa Election 2017: Environment-development Catch-22 influences state polls far more than elsewhere

The inherent tension between development and environmental damage, between income and loss of heritage, has been a far more salient issue in Goa’s elections than elsewhere in the country.

Remember Jayalalithaa’s political success, but don't forget her corrupt legacy
Politics

Remember Jayalalithaa’s political success, but don't forget her corrupt legacy

It was an irony that Jayaram Jayalalithaa was called the Puratchi Thalaivi (Revolutionary Leader).

Indian man who took on mining industry wins 'green Nobel'
Life

Indian man who took on mining industry wins 'green Nobel'

Despite no formal legal training Agrawal has been waging a one-man campaign to educate illiterate villagers about their rights in fighting pollution and land-grabbing by powerful mining and electricity companies.