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Since 1st March, 1999
Oil majors to fuel maiden offers
The government plans to ignite the moribund primary market with a wagon load of public issues by state-owned oil and gas companies over the next two months. ...  | Read.. 
Cheap-float sign sends petro shares on the skids
Shares of oil and gas companies floundered today on the buzz that the planned share offers of Oil and Natural Gas Corporatio ...  | Read.. 
Rs 4000cr byte to add might to e-governance
The government is likely to allocate around Rs 4,000 crore in the next financial year to give a thrust to its e-governance i ...  | Read.. 
IL&FS to sell stake in arm
Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) is looking to divest a minority stake in its asset management ar ...  | Read.. 
Cell firms withdraw petition from apex court
The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) today withdrew its petition from the Supreme Court challenging the Centr ...  | Read.. 
Petroleum minister Ram Naik (left) with Ralph Klein, Premier of Alberta (Canada), at the fifth Indian Oil and Gas Conference 2004 in New Delhi on Tuesday. (PTI)
Tata Power to spin off broadband business
Tata Power Company plans to transfer its broadband business to Tata Power Broadband Company Pvt Ltd..  | Read.. 
CAs show the way in laying more tax traps
Chartered accountants have come up with a set of radical proposals to widen India’s taxpayers base..  | Read.. 
New foreign investment rule notified
The Reserve Bank today said it had allowed companies and registered partnership firms to invest un..  | Read.. 
Bengal SOS call to NTPC
The West Bengal State Electricity Board wants to rope in the National Thermal Power Corporation..  | Read.. 
Carmakers gear up for auto show
Lights, glamourous candyfloss female hostesses, gleaming new models — India’s only auto show, h..  | Read.. 
Fidelity expands local setup
Fidelity International Ltd (FIL), the international fund management company, has appointed thre..  | Read.. 
FIs’ debt exposure rules set
Flag move
Tax mop-up
Jindal pact
IT panel
Power sops