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Twin RNRL offers up Anil stake
Anil Ambani is pumping Rs 1,890 crore into Reliance Natural Resources Ltd (RNRL) through a preferential issue and an open offer that will push up promotersí holding in the company to 55 per cent. ...  | Read.. 
 
Move to raise funds
Anil Ambani-controlled Reliance Communications Ventures Ltd has said it will consider raising long-term resources by issuing ...  | Read.. 
 
FDI row trapped in captive mines
Captive mining of iron ore and coal can become the latest area of conflict between the Congress-led government and the Left ...  | Read.. 
 
Spending burst in battle for control of telecom turf
Telecom titans are getting ready to splash out money to beef up their infrastructure as they square off for a major slugfest ...  | Read.. 
 
GAIL defends pricing policy
The GAIL management has argued that its pricing strategy creates a level-playing field to compete with private players who c ...  | Read.. 
 
Comfort call: Motorola Inc chief executive Edward Zander displays a new mobile phone at a news conference in Beijing on Wednesday. Motorola, the world ...  | Read
 
 
Bulk drug units seek border boost
Caught between a flood of cheap imports from China and restrictions on export to Pakistan, the Indi..  | Read.. 
Regional realtors in a rating rush
Real estate developers are making a beeline for credit rating agencies to showcase their abilit..  | Read.. 
 
$20-m kitty for two ABB units
ABB group president and chief executive Fred Kindle, who is currently touring India, has said the g..  | Read.. 
 
Hindujas keen to part with Hutch stake
Even as security issues shroud Orascom Telecomís equity holding in Hutchison Essar Ltd (HE..  | Read.. 
 
Local infotech training on a higher learning curve
The Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA) will offer information technology (IT) cert..  | Read.. 
 
CLB blueprint to end Haldia Petro stake row
The company law board has suggested a four-point compromise formula to end the legal battle between..  | Read.. 
 
Hefty rise in assets under mutual funds
The domestic mutual fund industry is finally coming of age...  | Read.. 
 
NBFCs to harness the potential of idle assets
Asset reconstruction is likely to emerge as a major business area for non-banking financial com..  | Read.. 
 
Godrej sells foods unit to group firm
Godrej Industries Ltd has sold its foods business unit, Godrej Foods, to group firm Godrej Tea ..  | Read.. 
 
Cell operators blast regulator
Private cellular operators today criticised Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) for shifti..  | Read.. 
 
Camcorders steal the show
If you thought, itís only the cellular phone industry that is promising big-time growth, t..  | Read.. 
 
Cairn local unit ready for flotation drill
Cairn Energy, the UK-based oil firm which discovered Indiaís biggest oil field in Rajasthan, p..  | Read.. 
 
Exports up 12% in February
Indiaís exports grew by a modest 12.3 per cent during February 2006 to touch $89 billion so fa..  | Read.. 
 
Promoters consolidate RIL holding
In a move that would help Mukesh Ambani consolidate his holding in Reliance Industries, his nine pr..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
Citi focus on emerging markets
Citigroup Incís international consumer chief said on Tuesday his unit is looking to generate a..  | Read.. 
 
Boots readies '250-m store recast plan
The countryís top health and beauty retailer Boots Group is to invest '250 million in a revamp..  | Read.. 
 
Goldman Sachs beats forecast
Goldman Sachs Group Inc on Tuesday said quarterly profit surged 62 per cent, blasting past Wall Str..  | Read.. 
 
Small firms to propel Microsoft revenue
Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday it aims to boost annual sales to small businesses by more than 9 per..  | Read.. 
 
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