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Since 1st March, 1999
Lyons Range shutdown spills over
Stockbrokers across the country are planning to go on a one-day strike in protest against the capital market regulator’s indifference towards regional stock exchanges and the astronomical turnover tax levied on them. ...  | Read.. 
How Parekh could have saved skin
It is now evident that the management of the Calcutta Stock Exchange headed by president Kamal Parekh could have staved off ...  | Read.. 
Morgan goes weight-lifting
A day after Moody’s said it could review India’s forex rating, Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) today raised ...  | Read.. 
Stocks shine, rupee at 11-month high
The spate of positive announcements in the last few days breathed life into the local financial markets with the main index ...  | Read.. 
CII leads the way in Asean quest
Within days of the first Asean-India summit level talks in Phnom Penh, the country’s most influential chamber—the Confederat ...  | Read.. 
CSE wears a deserted look on the first day of brokers’ strike. Picture by Kishor Roy Chowdhury
Fund wastage irks private telecom firms
Private fixed-line operators are unhappy over the non-utilisation of the more than Rs 1,200-cr..  | Read.. 
China charm offensive takes trade fair by storm
Avanti is the Italian word for enter: it isn’t peremptory, rather an invitation to come in. But in ..  | Read.. 
Moody’s hints at banks’ upgrade
A day after putting India’s foreign currency rating for a possible upgrade, global rating agency M..  | Read.. 
RBI calls for bad-loan purge
Prompt remedial actions are required to reduce the net non-performing assets (NPAs) of commercial b..  | Read.. 
IOC keen on ONGC Sudan venture
State-run refiner Indian Oil will acquire 10 per cent participating interest from ONGC Videsh Limi..  | Read.. 
Brand blitzkreig harbinger of retail boom
Does retailing “numb your senses and excite your wallets'” When it does, the retailing concept ..  | Read.. 
Swank malls hold key to the future
Big Bazaar in Calcutta and Ansal Plaza in New Delhi are both shopping malls—out to give the cus..  | Read.. 
UTI Bank plans to hike Tier-I capital by 20%
UTI Bank is planning to raise around Rs 80-100 crore this fiscal for augmenting its capital adequac..  | Read.. 
Templeton hikes exposure to oil sector
Mutual fund Templeton has raised exposure to oil and natural gas in its Rs 333.36-crore Bluechip fu..  | Read.. 
Indian Bank cuts home loan rates by 1%
Joining the bandwagon of other leading banks in slashing interest rate on home loans, Indian Bank h..  | Read.. 
Animation firms come together
With the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) having declared 2002-2003 as the ‘Year of Multi..  | Read.. 
NHB wants risk on mortgage debt pruned
National Housing Bank (NHB) is likely to approach the Reserve Bank of India with a proposal to red..  | Read.. 
Citibank prepaid dollar card
Citibank India today launched the Citibank World Money Card, a product that may make travellers’ ch..  | Read.. 
Dell logs into strong quarter
Dell Computer reported strong gains in quarterly profits and sales Thursday, matching Wall Stre..  | Read.. 
Greater role for top Ford man
The Ford Motor Co. on Thursday expanded the duties of David W. Thursfield, one of its top execu..  | Read.. 
Grubman’s inbox spills out more dirt
Jack B. Grubman, the Citigroup analyst, boasted in an e-mail message early last year that he an..  | Read.. 
Deutsche Tele gets new chief
Deutsche Telekom, the debt-burdened German telephone colossus, named the 41-year-old son of one..  | Read.. 
GE seeks $ 160 m from Enron
General Electric Co is seeking a refund from Enron Corp of $ 160 million, about half the amount it ..  | Read.. 
Jindal keen on Orissa unit
NCR plan
J M Mutual
NEC Corp
MBT net up
Bank of Baroda
Colgate to pay 22.5%
FII hedge
BSNL tariff
Sebi ban