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Since 1st March, 1999
Red alert on telecom FDI
The Left wants the Manmohan Singh government to slam the doors on “undesirable” telecom turks ' specifically British Telecom and Orascom of Egypt. ...  | Read.. 
Trade plan to open job gates
Commerce minister Kamal Nath will focus on creating more jobs in his annual supplement to the foreign trade policy to be unv ...  | Read.. 
Tax cops continue crackdown at Suzlon
The search and survey operations by the income tax department on Suzlon Energy continued for the second day today. ...  | Read.. 
India Cements plans price hike
India Cements, one of the largest producers of cement in South India, is planning to raise prices once again. ...  | Read.. 
Indian firms get the overseas acquisition itch
More and more Indian companies are prowling to buy up companies abroad. ...  | Read.. 
The Xing thing : A model poses with the Volkswagen Jetta 2.0T in Seoul on Thursday (AFP)
Direct lending now Sidbi cup of tea
The Small Industries Development Bank of India (Sidbi) will focus more on lending to small and medi..  | Read.. 
Lamy hits deadline buzzer
The World Trade Organization (WTO) today warned that India and other developing countries stand to ..  | Read.. 
All the action is in nuts & bolts
The manufacturing sector has started to emerge from the doghouse...  | Read.. 
Recipe for ITI makeover
Global telecom equipment companies have asked the government to make ITI, the public sector unit, a..  | Read.. 
BCCL out of the red after 25 years
Bharat Coking Coal Ltd (BCCL) has declared a profit of Rs 156.11 crore in 2005-06 ' the first since..  | Read.. 
RSP production touches all-time high
Rourkela Steel Plant, the first public sector integrated steel plant to be set up in the country, h..  | Read.. 
Pharmacy gulps growth pill
Medicine Shoppe, the chain of pharmacy stores which forms part of the $75-billion Cardinal Health I..  | Read.. 
Orissa awaits bang for BPO buck
A group of US-based NRI venture capitalists is interested in setting up a 5,000-seater BPO centre a..  | Read.. 
Amar Ujala gets CLB nod
The Company Law Board has approved the Zee group’s funding, which has been arranged by the Agg..  | Read.. 
Bengal first in ESI per capita benefit
Bengal has got a dubious distinction. The state tops the Employees’ State Insurance (ESI) char..  | Read.. 
Tata Metaliks eyes south India
Tata Metaliks Ltd (TML), the largest pig iron manufacturer, is eyeing fresh acquisitions in south I..  | Read.. 
Sebi norm to put new MF offers on slow lane
New fund offers (NFOs) from mutual funds with ‘no entry load’ may soon become a thing of ..  | Read.. 
Luxembourg relief for Mittal
Luxembourg has dropped a proposed change in its takeover laws that would have helped local steel gr..  | Read.. 
Vodafone in rejig mode
Vodafone unveiled a new organisational structure on Thursday aimed at cutting costs in mature marke..  | Read.. 
Coca-Cola tweaks director pay
The Coca-Cola Company announced an innovative plan on Wednesday for paying outside directors: if ea..  | Read.. 
Ford brushes aside bankruptcy fears
Ford chief William Clay Ford Jr said on Wednesday that he was confident the automaker could solve i..  | Read.. 
Daimler hybrid by 2008
As fuel prices soar once again, DaimlerChrysler said in 2008 it would sell its first gasoline-elect..  | Read.. 
LG.Philips sees lower profit
Flat-screen maker LG.Philips LCD Co Ltd is expected to post a lacklustre first-quarter profit next ..  | Read.. 
Hurricanes take toll on Lloyd’s
The Lloyd’s of London insurance market slid to a small loss in 2005 as a result of large hurri..  | Read.. 
Visa in ticket tie-up
Alpla units
Kirby plant
AML Steel
Avtec revenue
Kabra shares
Power grid race hots up
Inflation dips
IDFC fund
FDI target
Reliance plan
ADB forecast