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Since 1st March, 1999
Tatas, CSN set for Corus duel
With less than 10 days to go before the deadline for submitting revised bids for Anglo-Dutch steelmaker Corus, the stage seems set for an auction for the world’s eighth largest steel maker. ...  | Read.. 
Security shroud over budget drill
It is that time of the year when North Block, home to the finance ministry, shrouded itself in secrecy as the budget exercis ...  | Read.. 
Surge in CII confidence index
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has raised its business confidence index on the back of improved conditions, perc ...  | Read.. 
Paint MNCs keen on India as research hub
After pharma, it is the turn of paint multinationals to make a beeline for India to do research. ...  | Read.. 
Leash on liquidity likely in short run
Wholesale price inflation has risen to 6.12 per cent in the 12-months to January 6, far above the RBI’s upper limit of 5 ...  | Read.. 
Upward spiral

Investor protection fund norms
The finance ministry is likely to table the Sebi amendment bill in the budget session. The bill has..  | Read.. 
Retail giants to stop by at Keventer plant
Keventer Agro will open a Rs 70-crore common facility food processing centre in Barasat, North 24 P..  | Read.. 
Assam strife spooks ONGC
While things are looking up for ONGC in Assam with a fresh discovery in the Karanpur block, off..  | Read.. 
Tata Motors eyes rich returns from the east
Tata Motors is expected to sell 15 per cent of its passenger cars in the eastern region over th..  | Read.. 
Tab likely to rise on open-end mutuals
Retail investors will have to shell out more for mutual fund investments this year. There are i..  | Read.. 
IT on a hiring spree
It rained jobs for IT professionals with the country’s top five software firms adding over 23,..  | Read.. 
Beat the rate riddle
Q & A: Ready reckoner
Jessop unit revival
Russia ties
Jute strike
IBM growth
Home loans