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Since 1st March, 1999
Nath wins farm battle
India has succeeded in securing the interests of its farm sector on the penultimate day of the WTO negotiations, but is looking for more concessions in the industrial and services sectors. ...  | Read.. 
EU dumps draft
The European Union, blamed by many as being largely responsible for the impasse in global trade talks, today came out strong ...  | Read.. 
Shift in thermal power strategy
The ministry of power plans to set up thermal stations of around 3,000-4,000 mw capacity either along the coastline or a ...  | Read.. 
Novel plan to make up for sales tax loss
The central government is planning to utilise the proceeds of service tax collection for compensating states which would suf ...  | Read.. 
World Bank focus on FI governance
The World Bank today said the Indian government should ?urgently focus? on the corporate governance of institution ...  | Read.. 
Brazilian foreign minister Celso Amorim with commerce minister Kamal Nath in Hong Kong on Saturday. (AFP)
Fresh blow to Ranbaxy
Pharmaceutical major Ranbaxy has suffered another blow with a US court ruling against its chal..  | Read.. 
Commodity futures set to get a boost
The Union government is planning to make the Forwards Markets Commission (FMC) an autonomous and in..  | Read.. 
Google eyes stake in AOL unit
Web search leader Google Inc. is in exclusive talks to buy a 5 per cent stake in Time Warner Inc.&#..  | Read.. 
Rio Tinto wins Peru contract
Rio Tinto, the only bidder for Peru?s massive La Granja copper project, won the auction with a..  | Read.. 
Sanyo, BPL in tie-up
PNB dividend
Investec pact
Sonata launch
Sodhi at SAT helm
FII policy
MMTC plan