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Ajit sows the seeds of hope for drought-hit farmers
The government is considering a proposal to waive interest on crop loans to farmers in 14 drought-affected states, agriculture minister Ajit Singh said here today. ... |
Nedungadi shareholders not so lucky
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) today dashed the expectations of Nedun ... |
Merger likely by January
The merger of Nedungadi Bank with Punjab National Bank is likely to be completed by January, said Nedungadi chairman J R Pra ... |
Calcutta cellular market rises from slumber
After more than three months of stagnation, Calcutta’s cellular market is poised for growth not only in numbers but also for ... |
Talent search for the jobless
There is a new consulting firm on the block that wants to retrain employees thrown out of jobs...
Citigroup, CSFB face steep fines
Credit Suisse First Boston and Citigroup CN face fines of about $ 200 million each as part of a se..
TCIL pays Rs 21.6 cr
H & R Johnson
Forex reserves at $ 65 bn
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