Ratan Tata, the accidental startup investor



Listing out his rationale for the companies he has invested in or advising on, Tata said the promoters’ fire in the belly, ideas and the solutions they offer are the drivers for his investment decision.



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US co fined $275,000 for anti-Muslim behaviour



The Houston-based Halliburton, one of the world’s largest providers of products and services to the energy industry with over 55,000 employees, has agreed to pay the amount and furnish significant relief to settle a national origin and religious discrimination lawsuit brought by the US Equal Employ­ment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).



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India hikes petrol, diesel prices



Petrol and diesel prices were on Wednesday hiked by 24-25 paise per litre, the steepest increase since July 5 Union Budget, as a fallout of turmoil in global oil markets following drone attacks on Saudi Arabian crude oil facilities.



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India seeks stake in Russian oil fields in oil quest



India on Tuesday pitched for a stake in vast oil and gas fields as well as LNG terminals in the frozen Artic of Far East Russia as it looked to import more oil from the former Soviet republic as part of a strategy to diversify its energy basket.



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Interpol issues notice for Nirav Modi's brother Nehal



They said the global arrest warrant against the Belgian national Nehal, 40, has been issued on charges of alleged money laundering that is being probed by the Enforcement Directorate.



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Pre-owned car sales to grow at 10%, says OLX



At a time when new car sales are witnessing record decline in India, pre-owned vehicles are likely to witness 10 per cent growth in sales to touch 4.4 million units in 2019 with millennials emerging as major buyers, according to a report by consumer-to-consumer marketplace OLX.



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