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RPT-Indian state to move planned Saudi Aramco refinery after farmers protest

3:35am GMT

MUMBAI, Feb 18 Opposition from farmers has prompted India's western state of Maharashtra to move the location for what would be the country's biggest oil refinery, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said.

Indian state to move planned Saudi Aramco refinery after farmers protest

18 Feb 2019

MUMBAI Opposition from farmers has prompted India's western state of Maharashtra to move the location for what would be the country's biggest oil refinery, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said.

Indian state to move planned Saudi Aramco refinery after farmers protest

18 Feb 2019

MUMBAI, Feb 18 Opposition from farmers has prompted India's western state of Maharashtra to move the location for what would be the country's biggest oil refinery, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis said.

Indian regional party ties up with Modi's BJP for general election

18 Feb 2019

MUMBAI A hardline Hindu nationalist group in western India will partner with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in coming elections after agreeing a seat-sharing plan in Maharashtra state, the parties said on Monday.

RPT-UPDATE 1-Drought, pests could force India to grant duty-free corn imports

17 Feb 2019

MUMBAI, Feb 15 Below-normal monsoon rains and an infestation of the fall armyworm, which devastated African crops in 2017, have slashed India's corn output and boosted prices, increasing the chances the government will grant duty-free corn imports for the first time since 2016.

India, Japan gold demand falls; holiday hangover dulls trade elsewhere

15 Feb 2019

MUMBAI/BENGALURU A rally in domestic prices curtailed physical gold demand in India and Japan, with interest in the precious metal lacklustre in other Asian centres as markets gradually return from the Lunar New Year holidays.

Asia Gold-India, Japan demand falls; holiday hangover dulls trade elsewhere

15 Feb 2019

MUMBAI/BENGALURU, Feb 15 A rally in domestic prices curtailed physical gold demand in India and Japan, with interest in the precious metal lacklustre in other Asian centres as markets gradually return from the Lunar New Year holidays.

Drought, pests could force India to grant duty-free corn imports

15 Feb 2019

MUMBAI Below-normal monsoon rains and an infestation of the fall armyworm, which devastated African crops in 2017, have slashed India's corn output and boosted prices, increasing the chances the government will grant duty-free corn imports for the first time since 2016.

UPDATE 1-Drought, pests could force India to grant duty-free corn imports

15 Feb 2019

* India could allow duty-free imports to calm prices (Adds editing credit)

Drought, pests could force India to grant duty-free corn imports

15 Feb 2019

MUMBAI, Feb 15 Below-normal monsoon rains and an infestation of the fall armyworm, which devastated African crops in 2017, have slashed India's corn output and boosted prices, increasing the chances the government will grant duty-free corn imports for the first time since 2016.

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