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Haves & have-nots in mines tiff
The committee on the national mineral policy has proposed sweeping powers to states rich in ore such as Jharkhand and Orissa, despite stiff opposition from Bengal. ...  | Read.. 
 
ONGC-Mittal steps on the gas in Nigeria
To be viable in Nigeria, the ONGC-Mittal combine will have to produce half-a-million to one million barrels of crude daily f ...  | Read.. 
 
Still on: Sick PSU selloff
The storm raging over the Prime Ministerís fiat against disinvestment has not deterred government officials from workin ...  | Read.. 
 
Flavour tea holds export edge in UK
Tea of varied flavours is the way to win over the UK market. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tatas hold parleys in Bangla
The Tatas, apparently frustrated over Bangladesh delaying a decision on its $3-billion investment plan, held talks with seni ...  | Read.. 
 
Haves & have-nots in mines tiff
 
 
Realty keen on buddy act with foreign giants
The country's top realty players are keen on joint ventures with foreign partners to speed up the p..  | Read.. 
Infotech stands strong in storm
Which has been the best performing sector since the market highs reached in May' A look at the BSE s..  | Read.. 
 
Finance ministry to judge stake in cell duo
The foreign investment proposals of Anil Ambaniís Reliance Communications Ltd and Sunil Mittal..  | Read.. 
 
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