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Mumbai high noon, Delhi new dawn
Who would have thought, at the end of 2004, that the dollar would rise like a Phoenix in 2005, or that gold would reach an 18-year high or that the Sensex would soar 40 per cent' ...  | Read.. 
 
Crisis-buster turns tightrope wizard
Will the new year ring in a new burst of reforms' Possibly, if one goes by the frantic activity in the corridors of the two r ...  | Read.. 
 
Pumped up, but groaning
A new year will not mean a fresh start for state-owned oil firms who will have to keep on bearing a fair chunk of the burden ...  | Read.. 
 
Mumbai high noon, Delhi new dawn
 
 
Patent pangs and sales sclerosis
attempts to storm the US through patent challenges were badly stymied by courts, sales growth remai..  | Read.. 
Ambanis top deal charts
Few years will go down as far in the memory lane as 2005, a year that saw corporate landscape shake ..  | Read.. 
 
 
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