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DLF puts off trip to market
The blockbuster IPO of real estate giant DLF will not turn the turnstiles now as the company postponed the offer and withdrew the draft red herring prospectus. It is learnt that a revised prospectus with updates on the company’s activities will ...  | Read.. 
 
Investors keen on private banks
Private sector banks are high on investors’ preference lists. ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt holds on to Balco rump stake
The UPA government today decided to stall the sale of its rump 49 per cent holding in Bharat Aluminium Company to Sterlite I ...  | Read.. 
 
Methane hunt gets delayed
The government today deferred a decision on the award of 10 coal-bed methane (CBM) blocks, including the two that were dispu ...  | Read.. 
 
Tata car set for Russian ride
Tata Motors is exploring the possibility of introducing its passenger cars in Russia. ...  | Read.. 
 
DLF puts off trip to market
 
 
Oil bonds set to lose sheen
The Centre has denied SLR status to oil bonds, a partial insurance to oil PSUs against losses on th..  | Read.. 
Time Warner signal on Zee screen
US media majors are looking to grab space on India’s small screens...  | Read.. 
 
Power project bids by Dec
The government will float a tender by the year-end to invite bids for two of the five ultra-mega po..  | Read.. 
 
US firm to pick up stake in Crest
The New York-headquartered investment and technology development firm DE Shaw Group may pick up a 1..  | Read.. 
 
eBay India sees more buyers from small towns
eBay India is witnessing a surge in buyers from non-metro towns on its e-commerce website. They now..  | Read.. 
 
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