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Mar 28, 2018
Fiscal deficit soars to Rs 7.15 lakh cr or 120% of revised estimates at February endAs per data released by the Controller General of Accounts (CGA), fiscal deficit for April-February was 120 percent of the revised estimates on account of increased expenditure and subdued revenue receipts
Feb 01, 2018
Budget 2018: Arun Jaitley reveals govt mops up Rs 1 lakh cr via divestment this year; aims Rs 80,000 cr in FY19The government reduced stake in several PSUs this fiscal, including EIL, NTPC, NALCO and OIL.
Dec 20, 2015
Govt mops up over $5 bn from 'family silver' PSUs in 2015; targets Rs 50,000 cr next yearBlue chips like NTPC, Coal India and ONGC in the pipeline for divestment in 2016
May 20, 2015
Arun Jaitley's disinvestment act is looking better than Pranab's or Chidu'sThe stage is being set for year-round disinvestment sales in order to meet the government's high share sale targets.
Sep 01, 2013
LIC loses Rs 3,000 cr to salvage disinvestment of PSUs(LIC) has purchased shares of PSUs worth about Rs 16,372 crore in the disinvestment programme through the Offer for Sale (OFS).
Dec 04, 2012
Why you should not believe LIC on UlipsUlips help the insurance company, its agents and the government. But they are a bad deal for investors buying "insurance". So stay clear of Ulips.
Nov 22, 2012
PSU share sale: Chidu is drinking at the Last Chance barAfter the disastrous 2G spectrum auction, the PSU disinvestment programme that gets under way on Friday is the government's last chance to mobilise revenues.
Jan 26, 2012
Govt gets its way, arm-twists PSUs into shelling out Rs 7,000 cr as dividendsAll the high-profile meetings between public-sector undertakings and the government have finally ended with an agreement that state-run entities will shell out Rs 7,000 crore in dividends.
Jan 13, 2012
LIC could be Pranab Babu's white knight in disinvestmentThe Life Insurance Corporation, which has large investible funds, could be the government's natural saviour with public sector disinvestment.