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Since 1st March, 1999
Sensex races past 4000-mark
The sensex clambered atop the 4,000-mark 29 months after it was knocked off the peak in a March mayhem that triggered a searing stock meltdown. ...  | Read.. 
Hutch toehold in each Essar telecom firm
Essar, the mobile phone licensee in Calcutta, Delhi and Gujarat, has finalised a deal with Hong Kong-based Hutchison Wha ...  | Read.. 
Sidbi gets a breather
The government today announced that it was deferring payment of all interest by the Small Industries Development Bank of Ind ...  | Read.. 
Bharat Petro lists growth areas
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) is identifying new lines of businesses to power its growth. On the anvil are a f ...  | Read.. 
Telecom tribunal’s power challenged
The Telecom Dispute Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) cannot direct the government to re-write the licence agreement of ...  | Read.. 
Writing on the wall: Berger Paints has launched Illusions, a customer service which will enable people to have designs painted on walls. It will cost Rs 20-45 per square feet, as against Rs 8 for standard paints. “The point of this new service is to make boring walls look exciting,” said senior vice-president P. K. Sengupta. Picture shows Sengupta (right) with GM Avijit Ray in Calcutta on Tuesday. Picture by Kishor Roy Chowdhury
Three Birla firms sell out of Indo Gulf
Three AV Birla group companies — Hindalco Industries Ltd, Grasim Industries Ltd and Indian Rayo..  | Read.. 
CESC owners to bring in more funds
Power utility CESC today informed stock exchanges that its management had approved a proposal for p..  | Read.. 
Ceiling on voting rights of banks set to go
A parliamentary panel today approved the banking regulations (amendment) bill, which would lift the..  | Read.. 
Indirect tax mopup grows 7%
Margin trading
Unctad monitor
Kalyani Steel
UTI staff worry