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Telecom fee row over IOC pipeline
The petroleum ministry has locked horns with the department of telecommunications (DoT) over the 10-fold hike in charges that Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has been asked to pay for its optic-fibre cable along the Kandla-Bhatinda oil pipeline. ...  | Read.. 
 
AC companies want duty-cooling comfort
Air-conditioner (AC) makers have called for changes in the excise and customs duty structure. They want the 8 per cent s ...  | Read.. 
 
Yarn firms yearn for sops
The textile industry wants excise concessions for the man-made fibres and yarns segment in the budget for 2005-06. ...  | Read.. 
 
Radico in high spirits over buyouts
Liquor maker Radico Khaitan Ltd (RKL) is scouting for a plant in south or west India, even as its greenfield bottling un ...  | Read.. 
 
India Inc roots for gas price regulator
Industry has suggested the need for a gas pricing regulatory authority as India is poised to see an exponential growth i ...  | Read.. 
 
The petroleum ministry has locked horns with the department of telecommunications over the 10-fold hike in charges that Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) ...  | Read
 
 
Mobile operators game for new money-spinner
Service providers are expecting a boom in the mobile games segment as more and more users are looki..  | Read.. 
Maruti pace-setter for layoff laws
Companies across the country have received a shot in the arm with the Supreme Court ruling that..  | Read.. 
 
VISA steel project in Orissa set to take off
VISA Industries will start hot-metal production at its Kalinganagar Industrial complex here onc..  | Read.. 
 
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