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Since 1st March, 1999
Brokers block CSE accounts
The Calcutta Stock Exchange management failed to finalise the 2001-02 balance sheet in its meeting on Monday, as broker-directors sought detailed explanation on the figures and refused to pass the accounts. ...  | Read.. 
Bad debt Ordinance to cover co-operatives
The recently promulgated Securitisation Ordinance giving banks and financial institutions powers to recover bad debt wil ...  | Read.. 
Small-scale reservation on US model
The Centre is weighing a move to allow up to a 24 per cent reservation in government and public sector purchases to prod ...  | Read.. 
Infosys sticks to forecast
Software services major Infosys Technologies Ltd today stuck to its earnings forecast for this fiscal, even as the compa ...  | Read.. 
Asian Paints goes to Egypt
Asian Paints (India) Ltd is acquiring a 60 per cent stake in SCIB Chemical S.A.E, Egypt, which is among the fifth larges ...  | Read.. 
Power push: Graphite India Limited, in which Carbon Everflow Ltd was merged, will focus on graphite electrodes and power generation to reduce exposure ...  | Read
Phoneman at your doorstep
India’s postman is set to don a new role from December. Along with the post bag, he would carry a m..  | Read.. 
Tatas now brew tea parlour plan
Having tasted success with Barista coffee pubs, Tata Tea plans to set up tea parlours across th..  | Read.. 
Ashok Leyland revs up, to take on Tata vehicles
Ashok Leyland Ltd (ALL) plans to launch a range of models both in the passenger and commercial ..  | Read.. 
Pressure builds up to allow public sector in oil selloff
The petroleum ministry is likely to bargain for allowing public sector companies like Oil and Natur..  | Read.. 
National Geographic to draw more viewers
The National Geographic Channel (NGC) has formulated a three-pronged strategy to achieve a 35 p..  | Read.. 
Max New York Life to expand capital base
Max New York Life plans to increase its paid-up capital base to Rs 300 crore from Rs 250 crore ..  | Read.. 
Power-packed blow to govt
“Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways. The point is to change it,” said Karl Ma..  | Read.. 
BG turns heat on Reliance, ONGC
With only a month left for resolving the Panna-Mukta and Tapti operatorship row, British Gas India ..  | Read.. 
New tech for speak & surf
TouchTel — the fixed line operator — launched its new service that offers simultaneous use of t..  | Read.. 
IndusInd Bank spots growth strategies
Pune-based IndusInd Bank Ltd has identified several growth strategies, including acquiring retail ..  | Read.. 
FIPB defers decision on TV Today proposal
The Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) has again deferred a proposal of GE Capital Mauritius..  | Read.. 
Dr Reddy’s tonic to go global
Undeterred by recent setbacks, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories (DRL) has chalked out an ambitious roadmap t..  | Read.. 
Closure list of fertiliser units ready
In a far-reaching reform initiative in the fertiliser sector, a group of ministers (GoM) today reco..  | Read.. 
Forged deal in shares stuns Korean markets
A securities dealer bought $ 22 million worth of a company’s shares over the internet on Friday..  | Read.. 
Intel sees modest growth in earnings
Intel Corp, the world’s No. 1 chipmaker, said on Tuesday it expected modest growth in third-quarter..  | Read.. 
Enron creditors seek their pound of flesh
Creditors for Enron filed suit on Monday against a former finance executive of the company, see..  | Read.. 
Nasdaq pins high hopes on new trading system
During the height of the bull market, Nasdaq ran ads proclaiming itself the stock market for th..  | Read.. 
Ad spending poised for growth
Advertising spending is showing unexpected vitality in a lackluster economy, led by broadcast t..  | Read.. 
Hind Copper cuts loss
Sahara director
MatrixOne plan
CDSL service
Hexaware Tech
Salomon adviser to UTI Bank
Stock auction
Tata Power MD
Steel dumping
Dabhol power