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Govt begins process for disinvestment of 15% stake in TCIL

The government has begun the process for the disinvestment of minority stake in TCIL, two notifications posted on the DIPAM website showed

THDC, NEEPCO disinvestment: NTPC gets CCI nod to pick up govt stake

The CCI gave a nod to the disinvestment of government’s shares in state-run THDC India Limited and NEEPCO, allowing NTPC to proceed with the deal

What will disinvestment in FY21 be like?

The current financial year may have seen the government trimming its target, but disinvestment in FY21 will be anything but conservative, said sources from DIPAM

Divestment target: Minority stake sale to chip in Rs 15,000 cr before March-end

Minority stake sale in various PSUs and the NTPC-THDC-NEEPCO deal are expected to help the government meet the revised divestment target

RSS-affiliate holding national convention on Dec 19 to oppose privatisation

RSS-affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh is set to hold a national convention in the capital city on Dec 19 against privatisation to PSUs

Nov 28 protest against privatisation is no more about BPCL alone

The planned protest against privatisation of BPCL on November 28 will see employees from PSUs outside oil sector joining in

The final list of 28 PSUs up for strategic disinvestment

Here is the list of 28 Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) including subsidiaries, Units and Joint Ventures that the Government has given ‘in-principle’ approval for strategic disinvestment with the sale of the majority stake of Government

We are taking all precautions in PSU disinvestement: Rajnath Singh

The government in Rajya Sabha defended its decision of strategic disinvestment in BEML saying disinvestment helps improving management efficiency through professional competence and also allows the government to focus on its core functions instead of non-core sectors

Why is govt handing profitable airports to private sector: AAI employees union leader

Hundreds of AAI employees all over the country are observing a hunger strike to protest against the government’s plan to privatise six profitable airports 

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