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Since 1st March, 1999
RBI bid to squeeze out cash
India Inc — which has ratcheted industrial growth to over 11 per cent this year — will almost certainly feel the pain from the monetary tightening measures that the Reserve Bank announced today. ...  | Read.. 
Inflation stays put at 6.46%
Rising prices of cement and edible oils have ensured that the country’s inflation rate stuck to a stubborn 6.46 per cen ...  | Read.. 
Stocks and bonds to bear the brunt
Stocks and bonds are likely to be clobbered on Monday when the full impact of the RBI’s monetary tightening weighs on a ...  | Read.. 
Wheat import deadline
The government today extended the deadline for import of duty-free wheat till December 31 as it is worried that the FCI whea ...  | Read.. 
NRI deposit growth fuels debt surge
The country’s external debt has increased by $6.2 billion to $142.7 billion at the end of December 2006. The rise is ...  | Read.. 
RBI bid to squeeze out cash

Big push for GAIL pipeline
The government has cleared the decks for GAIL to go ahead with a Rs 18,000-crore investment plan to..  | Read.. 
Nath promises to correct ‘high’ wine levy
Commerce minister Kamal Nath today admitted in the presence of French trade minister Christine Lagg..  | Read.. 
Bank boards to get a boost
The central government will not reduce its stake in public sector banks below 51 per cent, accordin..  | Read.. 
Home loan frauds rise
Frauds in housing loans have increased over the past few years leading to a rise in non-performing ..  | Read.. 
Deep divide on Nipo stake
Confusion clouds Tata Tea’s bid to invite workers to pick up stakes in its divested North Indi..  | Read.. 
CSN to reap Corus windfall
Brazilian steel maker CSN, which had rivalled the Tata group’s takeover bid for Corus, will re..  | Read.. 
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