NEW DELHI, Nov 26 (Reuters) - India has approved 32 foreign investment proposals valued at 8.5 billion rupees ($172 million), including that of billionaire Carl Icahn-controlled Federal-Mogul , the finance ministry said on Wednesday. But Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram deferred News Corp- controlled Dow Jones' plan to publish facsimile editions of its newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, the ministry said in a statement. Auto-parts supplier Federal-Mogul, which emerged ...
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