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Since 1st March, 1999
Limited mobility back to tribunal
The Supreme Court today remitted back to the Telecom Dispute Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) the contentious issue of basic telephony operators offering limited mobility through wireless in local loop (WiLL), but allowed the operators to conti ...  | Read.. 
Launch booster for Reliance
The Supreme Courtís decision allowing basic telephony operators to offer limited mobility comes as a shot in the arm for Big ...  | Read.. 
Gujarat triumph keeps market guessing
Not everyone in the market is sure that a saffron sweep in Gujarat will set cash-registers on Dalal Street ringing. Most are ...  | Read.. 
Nodal agency to help investors
The government today announced the setting up of an Industrial Investment Facilitation Board that will act as a one-stop fac ...  | Read.. 
Gameplan on Mangalam Cement dues this week
The lenders of Mangalam Cement will meet this week to take a collective call on how to recover their dues from the Rajasthan ...  | Read.. 
Limited mobility back to tribunal
Meet on sale of oil PSUs after legal opinion
The BJP-led government has decided to postpone a crucial meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Disinv..  | Read.. 
Job surety for UTI employees
Unit Trust of India (UTI) employees, anxious about the safety of their jobs, may finally be heard a..  | Read.. 
Private insurers lose no sleep
Private insurers are not running scared of a possible government move that would make it mandat..  | Read.. 
Cadbury to pay $ 4.2 bn for Adams
Britainís Cadbury Schweppes Plc said on Tuesday it had agreed to buy US sweet maker Adams for $ 4.2..  | Read.. 
Van Heusen sets sights on Calvin Klein
Fashion company Calvin Klein Inc. is near an agreement to sell itself to shirt maker Phillips-Van H..  | Read.. 
Bajaj deal not yet ready
Rupee firms up
VRS ruling
BIFR, CLB staff
UTI IT fund
Jalan upbeat