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Price pooper in growth party
The economy will grow at a robust 7 per cent this year but three lurking spooks ' inflation, a late-monsoon damper on agriculture and lower jobs growth ' could spoil the party, says the Reserve Bank in its annual report released here today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rush to end on a high note
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has detected a sustained shift from low-denomination notes to higher ones in a change largel ...  | Read.. 
 
NPA silver lining
Commercial banks have scored good marks on bad assets. Both the gross and net non-performing assets (NPAs) came down in 2004 ...  | Read.. 
 
Nippon tech for Tata Steel
Tata Steel today signed a memorandum of understanding with Nippon Steel Corporation (NSC) under which the Japanese steelmak ...  | Read.. 
 
BoB to fully own housing subsidiary
Bank of Baroda plans to buy National Housing Bank’s 33 per cent stake in BoB Housing Finance in the current financi ...  | Read.. 
 
Price pooper in growth party
 
 
Lodha fails to win breather from SC
The Supreme Court today declined to stay criminal proceedings against chartered accountant R.S. Lod..  | Read.. 
LPG hike on front burner
The government may have to increase the price of domestic cooking gas as the rates of the Indian ba..  | Read.. 
 
CSE makeover on fast track
The Securities and Exchange Board of India today notified corporatisation of 10 regional stock ..  | Read.. 
 
Five Clariant firms to merge
Clariant is in a consolidation mode. The Swiss speciality chemicals group will merge its five c..  | Read.. 
 
FLAG restores cable service
FLAG Europe Asia (FEA) cable has returned to service and is operating normally, FLAG said today..  | Read.. 
 
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