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Since 1st March, 1999
US likely to lift bank curbs
The government has said it would ease the entry rules for US banks, but not before the US opens up its markets to Indian banks. ...  | Read.. 
Centre sets ball rolling on oil pipeline to Kashmir
The government is planning a strategic oil pipeline from Jalandhar in Punjab to Jammu and Srinagar in Kashmir, to ensure con ...  | Read.. 
RIL sketches grid for gas to south India
Reliance Industries is planning an ambitious ‘southern corridor’ of gas pipelines through Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Na ...  | Read.. 
All’s well for MNCs, barring infrastructure
With India becoming one of the most preferred investment destinations, estimates reveal that 70 per cent of foreign investor ...  | Read.. 
Growth, liquidity spur stock surge
When good fundamentals are combined with a liquidity surge, there’s no stopping the markets. Second-quarter GDP growth o ...  | Read.. 
US likely to lift bank curbs

Ceat bets on truck radials
Ceat Ltd is planning to set up a unit to manufacture radial tyres for trucks and buses...  | Read.. 
DoT for foreign CEOs in telecom
Telecom firms having foreign CEOs or CFOs may get to retainthem, as the department of telecommunica..  | Read.. 
TCS wins $100-m China deal
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has won a landmark deal worth $100 million from the Bank of China (..  | Read.. 
MobileNXT plans to open 170 stores by 2007
MobileNXT Teleservices Pvt Ltd is set to launch the first organised retail format for mobile teleph..  | Read.. 
Textile mills fail to get tech support cash
After a lull, the issue of reimbursement under Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) has return..  | Read.. 
Building jobs boom in 11th Plan
The country’s buoyant construction sector, which is on the threshold of an unprecedented boom,..  | Read.. 
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