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Day 3 Videos | WEF India Economic Summit 2011

Day 3 Videos | WEF India Economic Summit 2011
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First Published: Mon, Nov 14 2011. 11 44 PM IST

Rana Kapoor, MD, of Yes Bank. Bloomberg.
Rana Kapoor, MD, of Yes Bank. Bloomberg.
Updated: Mon, Nov 14 2011. 11 44 PM IST
Heat on Thermal Projects
Vikram Limaye of IDFC says a growth of 15% is achievable, with the slowdown in thermal power being compensated by a pick-up in the transportation sector.
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Mumbai, immobile
Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan says the state government is looking at all options to relieve Mumbai’s transportation problems, including restarting the MTHL project.
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Low on power?
Naveen Jindal, MD of Jindal Power and Steel, says his sector will not be badly affected despite the many shortages.
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The medicine for growth
Kewal Handa of Pfizer India talks about the steep fall in pharmaceutical markets from last year with revenues coming under pressure.
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Banking on adjustments
Rana Kapoor, MD, of Yes Bank. Bloomberg.
Rana Kapoor, MD, of Yes Bank, says he’s expecting fiscal adjustments in view of the ongoing slowdown.
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Reforming the nation
Activist and former cop Kiran Bedi talks about the need to bring in electoral and judicial reforms and the way forward for the Jan Lokpal Bill.
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Making things in India
Baba N. Kalyani of Bharat Forge, B. Muthuraman of Tata Steel and Arun Maira of the Planning Commission discuss India’s new manufacturing policy.
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First Published: Mon, Nov 14 2011. 11 44 PM IST