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Govt looks for clean-fuel breather
The petroleum ministry is likely to approach the Supreme Court to extend the April 1 deadline to introduce the next grade of cleaner vehicular fuels in the country. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pay order for Reliance Info
The Supreme Court today rejected Reliance's plea that it did not have money to pay BSNL and could only give a bank guarantee ...  | Read.. 
 
REL results meet on Jan 19
Reliance Energy today announced that its board will meet on January 19 to consider unaudited financial results for the three ...  | Read.. 
 
Polymer prices cut
Reliance Industries Ltd today slashed prices of fibre intermediates, polymers and polyester across the board, except chemica ...  | Read.. 
 
CA body loath to give up non-audit services
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) is keen that a total ban is not imposed on the acceptance of non-audi ...  | Read.. 
 
Can't breathe easy
 
 
Markets in flying start
The sensex gave the new year a 76-point salute as celebrations in the stock market that began late ..  | Read.. 
800 wobbles in Maruti smooth run
Maruti Udyog Ltd, India's biggest carmaker, said here today that sales increased 18.2 per cent in D..  | Read.. 
 
Chevrolet fuels expansion drive at General Motors
General Motors India has decided to hike its annual production capacity to 60,000 units by next mon..  | Read.. 
 
Plan to widen reach of MFs
The Securities Market Infrastructure Leveraging Expert task force, set up under the chairmanship of..  | Read.. 
 
Panel on data security set for shakeup
The communications and information technology ministry is likely to revamp the existing committee o..  | Read.. 
 
Cotton textile exporters balk at rate rejig
Cotton textile exporters have voiced concern over the recent move by the Centre to reduce the duty ..  | Read.. 
 
World Bank sticks to 6.5% growth forecast
The tsunami tragedy will not hurt the Indian economy, said the World Bank, which intends to stick t..  | Read.. 
 
Mutuals focus on corporate bonds
Mutual funds' exposure to corporate bonds is likely to rise to 80 per cent by the end of calendar y..  | Read.. 
 
Chip makers to float talent pool
The Indian Semiconductor Association (ISA), the apex body for the chip design industry, has drawn u..  | Read.. 
 
Xilinx to boost presence
The US-based Xilinx plans to strengthen its Indian operations to focus on the growing market for se..  | Read.. 
 
Posco wants ore supply surety
Korean steel giant Pohang Steel Co (Posco), which proposes to build a 10-million-tonne integrated s..  | Read.. 
 
Bayer seals deal with Roche
Bayer has completed its acquisition of Roche Holding's consumer drugs unit, the German chemical an..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
GE poised for recast payoffs
After three years of playing down expectations, General Electric chief executive Jeff Immelt has de..  | Read.. 
 
Dollar on recovery run against euro
The dollar rose slightly in the first trading session of 2005 on Monday, gaining more than a cent f..  | Read.. 
 
Grey gives Paramount his best shot
Hollywood dealmaker Brad Grey, an executive producer of the hit television show 'The Sopranos' and ..  | Read.. 
 
Hyundai Dec. sales rise 21%
Hyundai Motor, South Korea's largest automaker, said it sold 21 per cent more vehicles last mo..  | Read.. 
 
Prices & profits to steer Wall Street
It's 2005 on the calendar, but what year will this be on Wall Street' ..  | Read.. 
 
Delta Air to reduce fares
Delta Air Lines Inc, the number three US carrier which has been restructuring in efforts to avoid a..  | Read.. 
 
Chinese cars ready to set US roads on fire
The man who brought America the mechanically challenged Yugo car in the 1980s is turning to China..  | Read.. 
 
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