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VAT falters yet again
Finance minister Jaswant Singh today did what he had always been vowing not to do ó bowed to pressure from party colleagues and as good as announced postponement of implementation of VAT. ...  | Read.. 
 
JP Morganís chase takes it to Mumbai
One Wall Street giant is bringing what an Arizona minnow snatched away. JP Morgan Chase & Co is getting the jobs that eF ...  | Read.. 
 
Cell firms not privy to files
The Supreme Court today partially stayed an order of the Telecom Dispute Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) directing ...  | Read.. 
 
Trai nod must for tariffs
In a move to discipline the telecom service providers in relation to the tariffs announced by them, the Telecom Regulatory A ...  | Read.. 
 
ICICI Bank Q4 net at Rs 337.7 cr
ICICI Bank Ltd posted a net profit of Rs 337.68 crore for the fourth quarter of the year ended March 2003 compared with Rs 5 ...  | Read.. 
 
Singh: Pressure points
 
 
Indal net profit up marginally to Rs 119 cr
AV Birla group firm Indian Aluminium Company (Indal) has reported marginal increase in net profit t..  | Read.. 
Exide issues 1:1 bonus, net profit jumps 67%
Exide Industries Ltd (EIL), the automotive and industrial battery major, today declared a bonus iss..  | Read.. 
 
TVS sets off on south Asia drive
TVS Motor Company (TVS) is planning two new plants, one in Karnataka and the other in south-east As..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
Sony shares plunge as profits disappoint
Shares of Sony Corp plunged on Friday, dragging down the Japanese share market in their wake, after..  | Read.. 
 
Honda keeps fingers crossed
Japanese car makers Honda Motor Co and Mazda Motor Corp posted bumper profits on Friday as they spe..  | Read.. 
 
 
Sebi to probe volatility
Service tax
Maruti IPO
Cipla net up