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Foreign flight hope rises for new airlines
The civil aviation ministry feels airlines that want to fly abroad should not find their ambitions thwarted by current regulations that insist on five years’ experience. ...  | Read.. 
 
Jindals eye China talent for state unit
The Jindals are in the hunt for contractors from China for its upcoming steel plant in the state. ...  | Read.. 
 
Derivatives on Ulip radar
Insurers are looking to add more lustre to unit linked insurance plans (Ulips) — the industry’s best-selling product. U ...  | Read.. 
 
Wadias, Danone keen to end tiff
Britannia chairman Nusli Wadia and his Groupe Danone counterpart Franck Riboud will try to settle a brand-name dispute at ...  | Read.. 
 
Plan panel roots for private firms on oil relief
Private oil refiners such as Reliance Industries and Essar Oil will love this: the government is mulling over the idea of be ...  | Read.. 
 
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Ministry open to price hike
The finance ministry is in favour of a hike in petrol and diesel prices to offset losses of oil fir..  | Read.. 
 
TVS refutes Bajaj Auto charge
TVS Motor Company today dismissed Bajaj Auto’s claim of infringing its patent technology and t..  | Read.. 
 
Trai rules to help big players in M&As
Big players in the telecom industry may now find it easier to take over smaller firms as the Te..  | Read.. 
 
Net auction outfit sees growth spurt
MatexNet India, a business-to-business online auction company, expects to have transactions wor..  | Read.. 
 
Lever lifts Assam factory lockout
Hindustan Unilever Ltd has bought peace with restive workers of its personal products factory i..  | Read.. 
 
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