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FM hints at stable rates
Finance minister P. Chidambaram today indicated that interest rates will remain stable for now and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) would take appropriate measures to maintain liquidity in the system. ...  | Read.. 
Deficit pruned to $3.9 bn
India’s current account deficit has improved to $3.9 billion for the third quarter of 2005-06 against $5.4 billion in t ...  | Read.. 
Club of five bags Oman oil block
A consortium, comprising GAIL, Videocon, Hindustan Petroleum, Bharat Petroleum and Oilex of Australia, has been awarded an o ...  | Read.. 
National Iron takeover to come in handy for SAIL
The Steel Authority of India (SAIL) has decided to take over the ailing National Iron and Steel Company located at Belur. ...  | Read.. 
External debt falls to $119 bn
The external debt of the country has fallen by 4 per cent to $119.2 billion in the quarter ended December 31, the govern ...  | Read.. 
Finance minister P. Chidambaram and PNB chairman S.C. Gupta in New Delhi on Friday. Picture by Prem Singh
FM hints at stable rates
Share rejig in Anil firms
Two Anil Dhirubhai Ambani group companies ' Reliance Energy (REL) and Reliance Capital (RCL) ' are ..  | Read.. 
Airport pact on course
The Airports Authority of India (AAI) will sign the operations, management and development agreemen..  | Read.. 
Pak shipping deal key to tea export
India’s tea exports to Pakistan will get a major boost once the new shipping agreement is sign..  | Read.. 
BEML mulls flotation
Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) wants to ride the current stock market crest and mop up betw..  | Read.. 
Price war reaches new heights with GoAir offer
Giving a new twist to the discount war, GoAir today offered to pay double the difference if a custo..  | Read.. 
Puma ready for exclusive retail run
Aiming to position itself as the number three brand in the sports lifestyle sector in the Indian ma..  | Read.. 
Posco centre in Paradip
Posco today announced that it would set up a human resources development centre in Paradip. The Sou..  | Read.. 
Godrej Consumer plans stock split
Godrej Consumer Products Ltd (GCPL) is mulling a stock split to make its equities more attractive t..  | Read.. 
Microsoft puts up a brave front
Microsoft, sounding an optimistic note, resumed its last-ditch fight on Friday against antitrust fi..  | Read.. 
Serono lines up capital hike plans
Swiss drugs firm Serono unveiled surprise plans to raise about $5.6 billion in capital on Friday, g..  | Read.. 
Alcatel twin deals in rough patch
Alcatel’s bold bid to clinch a telecoms merger with US rival Lucent and simultaneously pull of..  | Read.. 
Sanyo to hive off loss-making division
Struggling Japanese electronics maker Sanyo Electric said on Friday it planned to spin off its loss..  | Read.. 
Man profit likely to beat forecast
Man Group, the world's largest listed hedge fund firm, expects profits before tax and perform..  | Read.. 
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