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'Central Public Sector Enterprises' - 19 News Result(s)

  • Government May Seek Special Dividend From Top PSUs: Report

    Government May Seek Special Dividend From Top PSUs: Report

    Government may seek special dividend from leading central public sector enterprises (CPSE) to shore up its revenue during the current fiscal.

  • CPSE ETF surges over 10% on listing

    CPSE ETF surges over 10% on listing

    Central Public Sector Enterprises Exchange Traded Fund, operated by Goldman Sachs Asset Management India Ltd, rose as much as 10.3 per cent to Rs 19.25 on listing at the National Stock Exchange on Friday, compared with its allotment price of Rs 17.45 per unit.

  • NSE sees rise in trading via internet, mobile phones

    NSE sees rise in trading via internet, mobile phones

    With rising penetration of internet and smartphones in India, investors are increasingly taking to trading on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) through use of these mediums, a senior official of the bourse has said.

  • HMT Machine Tools, 10 other sick PSUs get Rs 116 crore for payment of wages, other dues

    HMT Machine Tools, 10 other sick PSUs get Rs 116 crore for payment of wages, other dues

    The government on Thursday provided Rs 116.86 crore to eleven sick public sector units (PSUs), including HMT Machine Tools, towards payment of wages and other dues. The decision to provide funds to the PSUs was taken by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA).

  • Employees of 10 sick PSUs to get six months' salary till March

    Employees of 10 sick PSUs to get six months' salary till March

    Employees of 10 ailing central public sector enterprises (CPSEs), including Hindustan Cables and HMT Ltd, will get outstanding salaries and other statutory dues like PF and gratuity for six months till March 2013.

  • PSUs must use surplus cash or give them to others to invest: FM

    PSUs must use surplus cash or give them to others to invest: FM

    Last year, the government had formed a committee of the Department of Public Enterprises (DPE), headed by Department of Economic Affairs Additional Secretary Shaktikanta Das, to review guidelines on investment of excess funds available with these PSUs.

  • Government approves Rs 122 crore for clearing dues of 9 public-sector firms

    Government approves Rs 122 crore for clearing dues of 9 public-sector firms

    The government today approved a non-plan budgetary support of Rs 122.65 crore for clearing of statutory dues including salary and wages of nine sick Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs).

  • Cabinet may decide on Scooters India revival plan tomorrow

    Cabinet may decide on Scooters India revival plan tomorrow

    The government is likely to consider over Rs 200-crore revival package for central public sector enterprise Scooters India Ltd tomorrow.

  • Roongta panel report suggests listing of 50 PSUs in 5 years

    Roongta panel report suggests listing of 50 PSUs in 5 years

    The government should look at listing 50 state-owned companies in the next five years, a report by a Planning Commission committee on reforms in Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) has said.

  • Finance Ministry moves Cabinet note on exchange traded funds for 20 PSUs

    The Finance Ministry has initiated the process of setting up an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) of 20 profit-making PSUs and will soon float a Cabinet note to seek opinion of other ministries.

  • Government hopeful of achieving Rs 30,000 crore disinvestment target

    Government hopeful of achieving Rs 30,000 crore disinvestment target

    The government today said it is hopeful of achieving the disinvestment target of Rs 30,000 crore for the current fiscal year.

  • CEOs of state-run firms complain to PM about green ministry

    Public sector undertakings have complained to the Prime Minister that the environment ministry is creating hurdles in the expansion of existing projects as well blocking clearances for new ones, sources told NDTV.

  • CEOs of state-run firms complain to PM about green ministry

    CEOs of state-run firms complain to PM about green ministry

    Public sector undertakings have complained to the Prime Minister that the environment ministry is creating hurdles in the expansion of existing projects as well blocking clearances for new ones, sources told NDTV.

  • 25 CEOs of state-run firms meet Prime Minister

    25 CEOs of state-run firms meet Prime Minister

    Every year, India Inc looks forward to this but it's a first for the country's top public sector executives. 25 CEOs from Central Public Sector Enterprises or CPSEs are meeting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in the national capital to discuss the state of public sector units in the country.

  • 25 CEOs of state-run firms to meet PM today

    25 CEOs of state-run firms to meet PM today

    Every year, India Inc looks forward to this but it's a first for the country's top public sector executives. 25 CEOs from Central Public Sector Enterprises or CPSEs will be calling on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today to discuss the state of public sector units in the country.

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