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Tatas put Bangla investment on hold
The Tatas have suspended work on their $3-billion investment plan in Bangladesh because of Dhaka’s prolonged delay in approving the projects, Alan Rosling, executive director of Tata Sons, said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Paswan crack at Chiria jam
Steel minister Ram Vilas Paswan is likely to intervene in the tussle over Chiria mines between Jharkhand and the Steel Autho ...  | Read.. 
 
Rs 41-cr block deal keeps Bharti buzzing
It was a hectic day at the Bharti Airtel counter on the bourses today. Close to 10 lakh shares changed hands in a single blo ...  | Read.. 
 
New Enfield route map ready
The board of Eicher Motors has given the permission to hive off its Royal Enfield business unit into a new subsidiary. ...  | Read.. 
 
Going gets tough for Indian Oil in Lanka
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has run into rough weather in Sri Lanka with some of its pumps running dry due to the cash crun ...  | Read.. 
 
Alan Rosling (right), executive director of Tata Sons, with Manzer Hussain, resident director of the Tata group in Bangladesh, in Dhaka on Monday. (Reuters)
 
 
Godrej Properties stays in touch with global funds
Godrej Properties Ltd is in talks with international realty funds to develop several projects in th..  | Read.. 
Insurance firms grapple with fraud
What is the scale of insurance fraud in India'..  | Read.. 
 
North Bengal awaits tea fund potion
North Bengal is poised to become one of the biggest beneficiaries of the special purpose tea fund (..  | Read.. 
 
Starwood sniffs realty scope
Starwood Capital, the Greenwich-based privately-held investment management firm with close to $14 b..  | Read.. 
 
Asset flight hurts mutuals
Falling stock prices and rising interest rates are taking a toll on mutual funds, eroding their ass..  | Read.. 
 
Blackstone money in Emcure
US-based Blackstone, the world’s largest buy-out fund, has invested $50 million in Emcure Phar..  | Read.. 
 
Twin SEZ offers from Videocon
Videocon Industries has proposed to develop two special economic zones (SEZ) ' one in south Bengal ..  | Read.. 
 
McDowell in merger mood
McDowell and Company will amalgamate Shaw Wallace Distilleries, Herbertsons Limited and six other g..  | Read.. 
 
Essar Steel net dips
Falling product prices and rising raw material costs forced Essar Steel to post a lower net profit ..  | Read.. 
 
New twist to Amar Ujala row
The Company Law board today reversed its earlier order on the Amar Ujala group of newspapers and di..  | Read.. 
 
Samtel inks deal with HAL
Samtel, the electronics display systems maker, and state-owned aviation firm Hindustan Aeronautics ..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
Redesign proves costly for Airbus
Airbus orders plunged by more than half in the first six months of the year as confusion over it..  | Read.. 
 
Aerospace gains altitude
BAE Systems, part-owner of Airbus, may want to quit the aircraft-making business, but the British a..  | Read.. 
 
Japan gears up to raise interest rates
Financial markets are steeling themselves for a widely expected move by the Bank of Japan on Friday..  | Read.. 
 
Kraft buys part of United Biscuits
US-based Kraft Foods Inc, the world’s second-largest food company, has paid around '575 millio..  | Read.. 
 
Kimco Realty to acquire Pan Pacific
Kimco Realty Corp, an owner of shopping centres anchored by supermarkets, will acquire all of Pan P..  | Read.. 
 
HSBC learns to take risk
HSBC, Britain’s biggest bank, is increasing the risks taken by its investment banking arm as i..  | Read.. 
 
Honda sales up 22% in China
Honda Motor said on Monday its China sales rose 22 per cent in the first half of 2006 from a year e..  | Read.. 
 
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