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Since 1st March, 1999
Switch-on signal for Dabhol Power
A deal on Dabhol is in sight. ...  | Read.. 
Reality check on growth run
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said growth in the Tenth Plan 'is not likely to' cross the 7-per-cent mark. The growth t ...  | Read.. 
Valuation key to UTI Mutual
A valuation exercise now under way will throw up a clear picture on the ownership of UTI Asset Management Company only by Ma ...  | Read.. 
Essar Global to set up steel plant in Qatar
The Ruia-controlled Essar Global Limited (EGL) will set up a steel plant in Qatar in collaboration with Qatar Steel Company ...  | Read.. 
Crude spurt rattles market
Crude price jitters today sent the sensex on a 54-point tumble, a slide also fuelled by the growing strength of the dollar a ...  | Read.. 
Switch-on signal for Dabhol Power
Credit cards ride popularity wave
Domestic credit card transactions are likely to surge by nearly a 100 per cent this year to Rs 500 ..  | Read.. 
eBay on a spending spree to buy visibility
eBay India spends twice as much on a percentage basis on marketing initiatives as its parent, e..  | Read.. 
Fresh ADR flotation on Bharti roster
Bharti Tele-Ventures plans to come out with a sponsored American depository receipts (ADR) issue. T..  | Read.. 
VAT stirs bitter brew for tea industry
The April angst is brimming over in the tea industry as the spectre of a VAT-induced price spur..  | Read.. 
Foreigners to get a slice of AllBank pie
The Reserve Bank of India has allowed foreign institutional investors and non-resident Indians ..  | Read.. 
German rethink on textile levy
Germany today assured India that it would take a re-look at the anti-dumping duty it has clampe..  | Read.. 
ITC deal in tune with court view
Finance minister P. Chidambaram today said the settlement reached between the Union government and ..  | Read.. 
SAIL wing eyes more output
The raw materials division (RMD) of Steel Authority of India (SAIL) aims at increasing iron ore pro..  | Read.. 
Tourism ministry mulls crisis cell
After the scare of another tsunami in the South Asian region triggered by a large earthquake off Su..  | Read.. 
Govt issues new norms to protect tea quality
The government has issued a new Tea (Distribution And Export) Control Order, 2005, which stip..  | Read.. 
GM chief kicks off repair job
With General Motors losing its once dominant grip on American car buyers, its chairman and chief ex..  | Read.. 
Pernod joins Fortune for Allied control
France's Pernod Ricard, the world's third-largest spirits group, is in talks to buy bigger rival Al..  | Read.. 
Chevron wins Unocal race
ChevronTexaco Corp won a close race to scoop up smaller California rival Unocal Corp for about $16...  | Read.. 
US to back Lamy as next WTO chief
(Reuters): Former European Union trade chief Pascal Lamy is a strong candidate to head the Worl..  | Read.. 
Boeing chief vows to beat Airbus
Boeing Co will reclaim its global leadership over European rival Airbus this year, the new head of..  | Read.. 
Pfizer lowers profit forecast
Pfizer Inc, the world's biggest drugmaker, on Tuesday forecast 2005 earnings at the low end of Wal..  | Read.. 
SAP founder sells stake
Klaus Tschira, one of the four founders and major shareholders of SAP, the German software giant ,..  | Read.. 
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