The Telegraph
Thursday , June 16 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
Reliance-BP deal okay in sight
The petroleum ministry is likely to clear in six to eight weeks the Reliance Industries-BP deal that will lead to BP holding a 30 per stake in Reliance’s oil and gas assets in India, including the prolific finds in the Krishna-Godavari ba ...  | Read.. 
Bridge & Roof on divestment menu
The government is planning to divest a 20 per cent stake in Calcutta-based engineering miniratna Bridge & Roof Co Lt ...  | Read.. 
ING Vysya in cash chase
ING Vysya Bank is set to raise close to Rs 1,000 crore through a preferential allotment to its foreign parent and a qua ...  | Read.. 
Car bid to beat cost
Car makers are increasingly using common engines, components and other frugal engineering methods to offset high raw mat ...  | Read.. 
HPL seeks respite from triple threat
The future of Haldia Petrochemicals will be in jeopardy unless it is able to thrash out the problems affecting it for th ...  | Read.. 
Reliance-BP deal okay in sight

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