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Price blow to SAIL profit
The Steel Authority of India Ltd’s (SAIL) bottomline has been hit by falling steel prices and rising input costs during 2005-06. It has posted a 41 per cent drop in net profit at Rs 4,013 crore compared with Rs 6,817 crore in the previous year. ...  | Read.. 
 
Coal mines on buy list
The Steel Authority of India is planning to acquire two coal mines in Russia and Australia. ...  | Read.. 
 
L&T lolly for investors
Shareholders of engineering giant Larsen & Toubro (L&T) have plenty to cheer as the company topped a great fourth qu ...  | Read.. 
 
i-flex bags prized deal
The winning streak continues for Indian software companies: i-flex Solutions has bagged the contract from Bank of America to ...  | Read.. 
 
Ranbaxy outfit launches equity fund
Religare, the diversified financial services provider and a Ranbaxy promoter group company, today announced it has teamed up ...  | Read.. 
 
Naik: Upbeat
L&T lolly for investors
 
 
Dell local unit likely by year-end
Dell Inc is likely to start making PCs in India by the end of this year. ..  | Read.. 
Sensex cheers up after mood swings
Shares were on a tempestuous mood today with the sensex fluctuating 445.74 points before ending the..  | Read.. 
 
Tribunal shocks Tata Power
In a setback to Tata Power, the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity has barred the company from supp..  | Read.. 
 
Guessing game on new ONGC boss
The petroleum ministry today handed over temporary charge of the post of ONGC chairman to the compa..  | Read.. 
 
Lupin buys Belgian firm
Lupin Limited, the Desh Bandhu Gupta headed pharmaceutical company, will acquire a 51 per cent stak..  | Read.. 
 
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