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Petro price control to stay
Petroleum minister Mani Shankar Aiyar today admitted that implementing a free market price for petroleum products could not work under the current situation of skyrocketing international rates and the government would have to control prices of sensi ...  | Read.. 
 
Stress on infrastructure
Intel chief executive officer Craig Barrett today said the government needed to improve infrastructure if it wanted more inv ...  | Read.. 
 
Miniratnas set to join the big league
The government today said miniratnas will be given powers to go in for mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and float su ...  | Read.. 
 
CESC brass in US to scout for funds
CESC is in talks with International Finance Corporation (IFC) for funding its third unit at Budge Budge. ...  | Read.. 
 
Orissa seeks Rs 1200 cr loan from World Bank
The cash-starved Orissa government has sought Rs 1200-crore loan from the World Bank to develop infrastructure and impro ...  | Read.. 
 
Aiyar: Thought spot
Petro price control to stay
 
 
Tea output dips, rising imports a headache
The country's tea output is likely to drop this year. The Indian Tea Association (ITA) expects prod..  | Read.. 
Intel, govt ink tech deal
Intel Corp, the global chip giant, and the Union ministry for communications and information techno..  | Read.. 
 
Gas pipeline plan put on fast track
The government has initiated a fresh move to explore the possibility of laying two transnational pi..  | Read.. 
 
Rs 2500 cr to be spent on rural broadband
The ministry for communications and information technology will seek a Rs 2,500-crore assistance fr..  | Read.. 
 
Canon zooms in on home theatres
Canon India has set its sight on the home theatre segment where a 100 per cent growth is expected d..  | Read.. 
 
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