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Whiff of discord in gas find claim
The government is likely to convene an emergency meeting and discuss as to why the Canadian partner of Reliance Industries, Niko Resources, jumped the gun to announce a phenomenal three-fold increase in gas reserves in the giant D6 block. ...  | Read.. 
 
Duo to pay for laxity
The government may put up for fresh bidding four blocks of Reliance and seven of ONGC. ...  | Read.. 
 
CLB nixes Lodha share switch move
The Company Law Board today ruled that the transfer of 33,715 shares of Priyamvada Birla in East India Investment Company to ...  | Read.. 
 
Unlisted firms to sponsor global issue
The government today permitted unlisted companies to come out with sponsored offerings of American depository receipts (ADRs ...  | Read.. 
 
Court landing for airline dispute
The dispute over the failed acquisition of Air Sahara today landed in Supreme Court, with Jet Airways seeking transfer of re ...  | Read.. 
 
Fault line
 
 
Qualcomm tips for Anil
Qualcomm chief executive officer Paul Jacobs today said Reliance Infocomm 'should not move back to ..  | Read.. 
Nath firm on farm interests
Is time running out for the world's most powerful traders to wrap up their current round of global ..  | Read.. 
 
Bata plans financial rejig
Bata India will undertake financial restructuring to clean up its balance sheet...  | Read.. 
 
Tough time for bankers
The 25 basis point hike in reverse repo and repo rates by the Reserve Bank, which has led interest..  | Read.. 
 
Tata Indicom connects new circles
Tata Indicom will soon be offering telephony services in three new circles...  | Read.. 
 
Gesco demerger on course
The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has withdrawn its insistence on a performance guarantee ..  | Read.. 
 
Tanishq to dazzle in US
Tanishq, the branded jewellery from the house of Tatas, is going to the US. It is talking to local ..  | Read.. 
 
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