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2G bid rules in place

The department of telecom today allowed foreign entities such as AT&T and Verizon to bid as standalone companies in the November spectrum auctions and then form a domestic partnership to conform to FDI rules for telecom. ...   | Read..
 

Sebi readies balm for bad bet bruise

India is flirting with an idea that has virtually no parallel anywhere in the world. ...   | Read..
 

Dhaka lists trade irritants

Bangladesh today highlighted three hurdles to trade with India — lack of infrastructure, existence of tariff barriers and issues related to product certification by...   | Read..
 

Purulia land future

A 650-acre plot in Purulia is heading towards NRI businessman Prasoon Mukherjee for a power project. The land was originally allotted to Shyam Steel....   | Read..
 

Starbucks cafe next month

Indians will soon get their first taste of Starbucks coffee. Nearly nine months after the venture was first announced, Starbucks Coffee Company and its Indian partner Tat...   | Read..
 
2G bid rules in place


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Rail clears air on AC fare hike

Rail passengers travelling AC in October will not pay any service tax if they purchase their tickets by the end of this mon...   | Read..
 
 
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