The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Indian Oil gets Lankan price prick
The Sri Lankan government is forcing Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to sell petrol and diesel in the Emerald Island at prices lower than international market rates. As a result, the company is facing under-recoveries of $65 million during the curr ...  | Read.. 
Mop-up shrinks cushion for VAT
The Centre’s compensation to states for implementation of value-added tax (VAT) this year could be well below the budge ...  | Read.. 
Guj NRE mulls overseas issue
Gujarat NRE Coke Ltd (GNCL), the largest non-captive metallurgical coke manufacturer in the country, is planning to rais ...  | Read.. 
Cheap ore for Orissa sponge iron makers
Orissa may reduce the prices of iron ore to give a breather to the sponge iron units that are looking down the barrel fo ...  | Read.. 
Car-a-van: Visitors crowd the World Trade Center for an auto show in Taipei on Sunday. The show,
which will end on January 1, is the largest-ever auto show in Taiwan displaying the latest vehicles from nearly 30 automakers. (AFP)
Druglords descend on R&D haven
Global pharmaceutical companies are flocking to India to conduct clinical trials for their drug..  | Read.. 
Durable engine in stock gravy train
Which sectors have been the best performing ones in 2005' The first thing to notice is that the mark..  | Read.. 
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