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Aug 05, 2014
Indian govt is the biggest tobacco offender - and the biggest investor in ITCIt is fairly well known that one if India's biggest blue-chip companies- ITC- earns its bread and butter from selling tobacco products like cigarettes and cigars. And the Indian government, which rakes in crores by imposing heavy taxes on tobacco and tobacco products, is actually the largest domestic investor in this conglomerate.
Jun 05, 2014
Good news for Jaitley: Low-hanging fruit can yield Rs 1,00,000 crore this year itselfFiscal consolidation and making ends meet this year will call of asset sales. Luckily for Arun Jaitley, there are several low-hanging fruits available this year.
Jan 22, 2014
SUUTI money belongs to UTI investors and not to the governmentEffectively, the government ran UTI to the ground, bought back the assets of its victims for a pittance by offering them a Hobson's choice, and is now ready to make a killing by selling off those assets when the equity markets are much higher
Jan 10, 2014
Govt defers SUUTI closure, sets up stake sale in private firmsThe government has budgeted Rs 14,000 crore by way of residual stake sale in companies in which it does not hold a majority stake.
Sep 19, 2012
Run, Chidu, run: Only weeks left to rake in the moolahIf UPA wants to give away some goodies in the 2012-13 budget, Chidambaram has just six weeks to fix his budget this year. And disinvestment is the key.
Mar 23, 2012
Govt clears winding up of SUUTI; creates NAMCIn 2011-12, as against a target of Rs 40,000 crore, the government will raise about Rs 14,000 crore from disinvestment.
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.
Jan 05, 2012
To prevent fiscal loot, we need a public sector CEO revoltThere are murmurs of protest at the finmin's efforts to force public sector companies to buy back their shares. The protest needs to get louder.