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Since 1st March, 1999
Steel makers hauled over coals
Steel companies are heading for yet another spurt in input costs with Australian firms planning to increase coking coal prices by over 30 per cent. ...  | Read.. 
Rupee hardens, stocks flounder
The rupee recovered by a staggering 50 paise against the greenback due to dollar sales by state-run banks at the behest of t ...  | Read.. 
Phone rental hike to keep villages abuzz
Monthly phone rentals — both fixed-line and mobile — could rise by the end of the year. But there’s a rider: the increase wi ...  | Read.. 
Trai answers call for unified licence
The telecom industry could set a precedent if operators agree to Trai’s recommendations for an integrated unified licence re ...  | Read.. 
Tax cut at the heart of CII budget demand
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) wants the corporate tax rate cut to 30 per cent, basic exemption limit for in ...  | Read.. 
Trai chairman Pradip Baijal in Calcutta on Wednesday. Picture by Kishor Roy Chowdhury
LIC looks at life without props
The Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) top brass is debating whether it is time to have gov..  | Read.. 
eBay wins the Baazee for $50 m
Global online auctioneer eBay Inc will acquire for $50 million (Rs 230 crore). ..  | Read.. 
Processed food units’ menu ready
The processed food industry is seeking a plateful of benefits in the forthcoming budget, includ..  | Read.. 
German firm pays Ranbaxy $4 m
Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd today said it has received $4 million from German pharmaceuticals firm..  | Read.. 
Core sector growth in slow lane
Domestic infrastructure growth skidded to 5.1 per cent in May from 9 per cent in April, althoug..  | Read.. 
Priya plans to spend Rs 10 cr on expansion
Priya Food Products Limited plans to expand the capacity of its plants at an investment of Rs..  | Read.. 
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