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Transfer of shares made easy
Transfer of shares from a resident to a non-resident Indian (NRI) has been made more simpler. The Reserve Bank (RBI) today said these can be done without its permission or that of the government. ...  | Read.. 
 
Call for more market disclosures
A committee on derivatives and market-risk management has recommended that standard trading-surveillance techniques shou ...  | Read.. 
 
Trai to scan billing system
Telephone subscribers, despair no more! There's a strong chance that you won't have to go through the traumatic experien ...  | Read.. 
 
Centre softens stand on Ratna
The government has softened its stand on the awarding of the ONGC-discovered offshore Ratna and R-series oilfields to Es ...  | Read.. 
 
Gammon to place shares
Gammon India is planning to issue 21.78 lakh shares on a preferential basis to Uno Investments, a wholly-owned subsidiar ...  | Read.. 
 
Transfer of shares from a resident to a non-resident Indian (NRI) has been made more simpler. The Reserve Bank (RBI) today said these can be done without its permission or that of the government.
 
 
Stress on food safety
Korea today urged India to enhance its food safety standards to ensure import ..  | Read.. 
ITC welcomes five more heritage properties
ITC Welcom Heritage is spreading its wings in the country. It has signed on five new properties..  | Read.. 
 
Bengal ready to test ground for pharma park
Bengal could soon have a pharmaceutical hub modelled on the lines of software technology parks..  | Read.. 
 
Crude climbs back to $50
Crude oil prices briefly hit an all-time high of $50.69 today as worries persisted over supply and ..  | Read.. 
 
RBI tightens noose on finance firms
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today came out with guidelines for premature repayment of depos..  | Read.. 
 
Crisil pats India Inc
India Inc is on a roll, if Crisil is to be believed...  | Read.. 
 
Lodha witness takes a U-turn
Mahavir Prasad Sharma, one of the three witnesses to Priyamvada Birla's 1999 testament, gave a ..  | Read.. 
 
IOC's Mathura unit finally back in action
Indian Oil Corporation's (IOC) Mathura refinery resumed operations today, a good 45 days behind..  | Read.. 
 
Bandwidth prices rule high
International bandwidth prices from India are five times more expensive compared to hub routes ..  | Read.. 
 
Oracle eyes rural market
Oracle India today joined the software companies which seem to view the rural market as a new o..  | Read.. 
 
Sony tunes in to peripherals
Sony India, a 100 per cent subsidiary of Sony Corporation of Japan, today announced its entry i..  | Read.. 
 
Telecom gear makers call for policy revamp
A detailed and comprehensive policy on Domestic Telecom Hardware Manufacturing is what industry..  | Read.. 
 
Bolero variant to push up sales
With the launch of Bolero XL, Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M), the domestic automobile major,..  | Read.. 
 
Max set to hike capital base
Private life insurer Max New York Life plans to increase its capital base by Rs 100 crore, taki..  | Read.. 
 
FDI norm review may spark row
The government and the Left parties again appear to be on the collision course over a controversial..  | Read.. 
 
Rabi output to be higher
Widespread rains last week are expected to improve rabi crop production significantly even thou..  | Read.. 
 
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