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Broadband victors get voice option

Telecom companies that paid big bucks to acquire broadband wireless spectrum in June 2010 and then failed to launch over-hyped 4G data services have now been granted the option of offering voice calls if they are prepared to fork out another Rs 1,658 crore....   | Read..
 

UK seeks simpler trade rules

British Prime Minister David Cameron today urged India to simplify rules that govern overseas investors and remove entry barriers in areas such as banking, insurance and reta...   | Read..
 

Etihad deal delay dogs Jet Air scrip

Shares of Jet Airways tanked more than 7 per cent on the bourses today, eroding Rs 412 crore from its market capitalisation, amid reports that Etihad may revisit its plan...   | Read..
 

Pawar okays hike in sugar excise duty

The agriculture ministry is in favour of hiking the excise duty on sugar by Rs 1.50 per kg to offset the financial burden on the Centre if it decides to buy the sweetener...   | Read..
 

Mercedes to double capacity

Mercedes Benz India is set to double its production capacity to 20,000 units annually by the end of 2013, managing director and CEO Eberhard Kern said. ...   | Read..
 
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Blue Star mulls unit in south

Air-conditioning and refrigeration company Blue Star Ltd is scouting for locations in south India to set up a manufactur...   | Read..
 
 
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