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Since 1st March, 1999
Chaturvedi ahead in finance secretary race
Petroleum secretary B. K. Chaturvedi is tipped to succeed S. Narayan as finance secretary when he retires this June. ... |
PSU banks root for preference shares
Several public sector banks have sought the finance ministry’s permission to issue preference shares to meet their capital-e ... |
Gail lines up hub in Haldia
Gail (India) Ltd is planning to use Haldia, the port town of Bengal, as a hub for supplying gas and naphtha to the entir ... |
Jitters on textile loan respite
Financial institutions and banks are wary of the government’s move to restructure the loans of textile units, a measure simi ... |
FII stake in Tata Tea up 4.4%
Foreign institutional investors have raised their stake in Tata Tea Ltd by 4.4 per cent to 5.21 per cent as on March 31, 200 ... |
Chaturvedi: Almost there
Tax-swilling phantoms haunt the trading ring
The last quarter of a financial year witnesses brisk trading in the shares of some companies th..
Pipedream remains unplugged
The national oil companies have completed the Rs 660-crore state-of-the-art Mangalore-Bangalore pip..
Inflation rate dips to 6.16%
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