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Bajaj Auto on carve-up course
Bajaj Auto, the country's second-biggest motorcycle maker, is to be split into two — a production company and an investment entity. ...  | Read.. 
 
Foreign direct funds dry up
India’s FDI inflow has been more than halved from $1.2 billion during April-July last year to $529 million during the same p ...  | Read.. 
 
Key decisions lobbed to pension regulator
The government has decided against taking decisions on two vital issues in its pension fund scheme — the ceiling on foreign ...  | Read.. 
 
Steps to check misuse of long-distance calls
The grey market operations in the international long distance (ILD) market can be curbed only through a policy initiativ ...  | Read.. 
 
Festive offer from Hutch
Hutch, the cellular mobile operator, plans to offer a special Durga Puja offer to its pre-paid customers that will enabl ...  | Read.. 
 
IOC chief M. S. Ramachandran (right) with IBP managing director Arun Jyoti in Calcutta on Wednesday. A Telegraph picture
 
 
From book-keepers to guardian angels
The CFO is crawling out of the woodwork. And, standing alongside the thought-leaders. ..  | Read.. 
Sudden correction pulls down sensex
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) sensex was yanked down by around 110 points from the day's..  | Read.. 
 
IBP charts plan to hive off engineering wing
IBP, subsidiary of Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), plans to hive off its engineering division int..  | Read.. 
 
World Bank pep talk for the rich
The World Bank today surprisingly asked the developed West to work out a deal at the trade talk..  | Read.. 
 
Go-ahead for tea publicity in Russia
Spooked by a drop in exports, the Union commerce ministry has chalked out a joint marketing strateg..  | Read.. 
 
 
Jalan to step down on Sept 6
L&T trust
Cognizant plan
ITA chairman
Ranbaxy nod