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Bajoria haunts Bombay Dyeing
Arun Bajoria is tantalisingly close to the mark that earned him the reputation of being one of Corporate India’s most audacious predators. ...  | Read.. 
 
Naik signals reduction in petro prices
Petroleum minister Ram Naik today said that if the current trend of declining international crude prices continued, then the ...  | Read.. 
 
Market stares at Infosys screen
Fingers were crossed in a market that appeared cued in to Infosys’ vision of the future a day before the technology bellwet ...  | Read.. 
 
MphasiS net profit grows 41 per cent
The MphasiS BFL group has posted a 41.2 per cent growth in net profit for the fourth quarter ended March 31 this year. Net p ...  | Read.. 
 
BJP doublespeak on value-added tax
The BJP leadership has told its MPs that it will go ahead with VAT. However, the party has made it clear that it is not aver ...  | Read.. 
 
Bajoria haunts Bombay Dyeing
 
 
Tata Steel speeds up brandwagon
Tata Iron & Steel Company (Tisco) plans to increase its revenues by over five times from Rs 750..  | Read.. 
Jaiprakash picks up Harshad shares
The promoters of Jaiprakash Industries — the Jaiprakash Gaud family — have bought around 18 lakh sh..  | Read.. 
 
Centre to contest WiLL file order
The government will move the Supreme Court against the order of Telecom Dispute Settlement Appellat..  | Read.. 
 
ITC cigarette sales rise marginally
ITC registered a marginal growth in sale of cigarettes in 2002-03, a senior official said. ITC’s ea..  | Read.. 
 
Global meet on aluminium
Major aluminium companies, including Pechiney of France, Alcan of Canada, Kaiser Aluminium of Germa..  | Read.. 
 
 
IMF lowers growth forecast
Electricity Bill
WTO dispute
Jessop stay
Sebi panel