The Telegraph
Saturday , November 28 , 2009
Since 1st March, 1999
Dubai fails to dampen spirits
Policy-makers do not see the Dubai crisis leading to a drop in remittances and job cuts among Indians working there. ...  | Read.. 
Companies brush off worries
The impact of Dubai World’s debt restructuring woes on India’s corporate houses and banks is likely to be mimi ...  | Read.. 
Sensex recovers after early reverses
Stocks cratered this morning spooked by the talk of a Dubai debt crisis but then burst out of the depths after reassurin ...  | Read.. 
Kulpi port plan on course
Dubai World’s debt default is unlikely to impact the development of a proposed container port at Kulpi in South 24- ...  | Read.. 
Export slide loses pace
Exports fell 6.6 per cent in October, a far cry from the recession-high decline of 39.2 per cent in May and indicated a ...  | Read.. 
Chawla: Mood intact
Dubai fails to dampen spirits

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R-Com reply to tariff tussle
Reliance Communications today fired another salvo in the telecom rate war with two new plans: t..  | Read.. 
Tata Motors hits profit track
Tata Motors has clawed back to black by posting a consolidated net profit of Rs 21.78 crore dur..  | Read.. 
Mittal team in Karnataka
ArcelorMittal has shortlisted three sites in northern Karnataka for its steel plant, chief mini..  | Read.. 
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