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Industry sees early selloff solution
Industry is hoping the brouhaha over the government’s disinvestment programme will blow over soon with the reform-minded elements within the BJP-led Cabinet able to break the political gridlock that has stalled the process. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sensex at lowest point in a year
The markets felt the jitters as the members of the Cabinet squabbled over disinvestment of BPCL and HPCL, but gained some of ...  | Read.. 
 
Badla blot on Srei Securities
The Calcutta Police have booked Srei Securities — a subsidiary of Srei International Finance Ltd promoted by the Kanorias — ...  | Read.. 
 
Police stalk DSQ promoter
The Calcutta Police are in hot pursuit of Dinesh Dalmia, managing director and promoter of DSQ Software. ...  | Read.. 
 
Jindals upbeat on Alloy Steels
Jindal Strips, the sole bidder for SAIL’s stainless steel units, has said Durgapur’s Alloy Steels Plant will need an investm ...  | Read.. 
 
More magic in the air: AirTel has slashed entry cost for its Magic pre-paid connections from Rs 395 to Rs 295. Every new connection will be pre-loade ...  | Read
 
 
Fiat gears up for MUV launch next year
Fiat India today announced that it would launch Doblo, its multi-utility vehicle (MUV), next year, ..  | Read.. 
ICICI Bank Home Fin hungry for more
ICICI Bank Home Finance is open to the idea of taking over housing loan portfolios in order to ..  | Read.. 
 
Reliance basic phones by December
Reliance is gearing up for the national launch of its basic telephone service through Reliance Info..  | Read.. 
 
Terms set for power aid
The power ministry has set a rider on assistance to state electricity boards (SEBs) under accel..  | Read.. 
 
BSNL strives for corporate identity
After two years of evolving as a corporate body, BSNL is still trying to formulate a policy to ..  | Read.. 
 
Smart cards for Mediclaim holders likely
Insurance majors like New India Assurance, Royal Sundaram Alliance, Tata-AIG Non-Life and Bajaj..  | Read.. 
 
Cutty Sark sells 10,000 cases
The seventy nine-year-old, light coloured Scotch whisky Cutty Sark which began importing its Bo..  | Read.. 
 
Sweat equity to have lock-in for three years
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) today said shares issued as sweat equity to empl..  | Read.. 
 
Time’s up for deferred revenue expenditure
The new accounting standard on intangible assets—AS 26—which will come into force next April lo..  | Read.. 
 
Data Access charts $ 30m expansion programme
International long distance operator and internet service provider, Data Access, today said it woul..  | Read.. 
 
India gets request list ready for WTO
India is in the process of preparing its requests on agreements relating to the service sector—..  | Read.. 
 
Cement makers sniff double-digit growth
The Cement Manufacturers’ Association today said it expects a double digit growth in the current fi..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
War clouds hover on bourses world-wide
War fears, earnings worries and economic gloom hit many world stock markets again on Thursday, push..  | Read.. 
 
Goldman draws flak for ‘spinning’ of IPOs
Wall Street powerhouse Goldman Sachs gave officers or directors of 21 favoured investment banking c..  | Read.. 
 
US imposes steep tariff on steel rods
A federal trade panel approved duties as high as 369 per cent on imports of steel wire rods on ..  | Read.. 
 
Adelphia founder, sons plead not guilty
Cable industry pioneer John Rigas and two of his sons pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges of..  | Read.. 
 
CORPORATE BRIEFS
Alembic floats new division
Laser Soft
Bokaro output
Oberoi group
BPL Healthcare
IBM India
 
VAT panel to meet today
Pfizer net up
Parke-Davis
GE investment
P&G move