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Air India weighs 15% selloff via IPO
The National Aviation Company of India Ltd (Nacil), the state-owned entity which has been formed with the merger of Air India and Indian, is considering a proposal to offload 15 per cent of its equity through an initial public offering (IPO). ...  | Read.. 
 
Hike in coke prices bugs steel makers
Coking coal and metallurgical coke (metcoke) prices have started rising over the past few months, putting pressure on st ...  | Read.. 
 
Freedom call in insurance
Private life insurers are chomping on the bit and pressing the regulator to relax investment conditions that will enable ...  | Read.. 
 
Rating firms count Basel gains
Credit agencies will gain from revised capital adequacy norms for banks under the Basel II accord that will be implement ...  | Read.. 
 
Rollout plans for 3G go awry
The delay in 2G spectrum allocation has put brakes on the launch of 3G services in the country. ...  | Read.. 
 
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Handsets to breach Rs 500 price barrier
Mobile handsets canít get cheaper than this: come Diwali, a Calcutta-based company hopes t..  | Read.. 
 
Tata Steel gears up for rights issue
Tata Steel has set November 5 as the record date for its proposed Rs 9,135-crore rights issue...  | Read.. 
 
Centre plans three food parks in state
The Union government plans to set up 30 food parks over the next five years. Of these, three will ..  | Read.. 
 
SBI chief favours golden share
The government should consider having a golden share to retain control over public sector banks, wh..  | Read.. 
 
Volkswagen eyes 20% in Proton
German auto company Volkswagen is close to forming a pact with Proton with at least an initial 20 ..  | Read.. 
 
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