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Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL.NS)

SAIL.NS on National Stock Exchange of India

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

NTPC-SAIL Power Co Ltd Appoints Praveen Bondriya As CEO
Wednesday, 3 Jan 2018 

Jan 3 (Reuters) - NTPC-SAIL POWER CO LTD::APPOINTS PRAVEEN BONDRIYA AS CEO.  Full Article

NTPC-SAIL Power Says Manash Sarkar Ceases To Hold Office Of CEO​
Tuesday, 26 Dec 2017 

Dec 26 (Reuters) - NTPC-SAIL POWER COMPANY LTD::NTPC-SAIL POWER COMPANY LTD SAYS MANASH SARKAR SHALL CEASE TO HOLD OFFICE OF CEO​.  Full Article

Steel Authority of India Sept-qtr loss narrows
Thursday, 9 Nov 2017 

Nov 9 (Reuters) - Steel Authority of India Ltd ::Sept quarter net loss 5.39 billion rupees versus loss of 7.32 billion rupees last year.Consensus forecast for Sept quarter net loss was 2.73 billion rupees.Sept quarter revenue from operations 136.17 billion rupees versus 125.78 billion rupees last year.  Full Article

Steel Authority of India Dec-qtr loss narrows
Thursday, 9 Feb 2017 

Steel Authority Of India Ltd : Dec quarter net loss 7.95 billion rupees . Dec quarter total income from operations 126.20 billion rupees . Consensus forecast for Dec quarter net loss was 8.47 billion rupees .Net loss in Dec quarter last year was 14.81 billion rupees as per Ind-AS; total income from operations was 100.73 billion rupees.  Full Article

BHEL gets order worth 16 bln rupees for thermal power project in Odisha
Monday, 16 May 2016 

Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd : BHEL bags INR 16 billion order for setting up thermal power project in Odisha . BHEL - the order for stage-III of the brownfield power project has been placed on bhel by NTPC-SAIL power company private limited .  Full Article

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Exclusive - Japan in driver's seat for Indian bullet train deals

NEW DELHI/TOKYO Japanese steel and engineering companies are in the driver's seat to bag major supply contracts for a $17 billion Indian bullet train, several sources said, undermining a key component of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's economic policy - a push to 'Make in India'.