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Telenor picks new ally

Telenor has a new partner in India: Sudhir Valia, the brother-in-law of Dilip Shanghvi, who owns Sun Pharmaceuticals, India’s biggest drug maker in terms of market value. ...   | Read..
 

Formula for growth

The Big Boys of pharma are turning out to be the savvy dealmakers on the Street....   | Read..
 

Tatas push for early Orient deal

The Tatas are stepping up pressure on the Orient-Express board to come to the negotiating table and sew up a deal....   | Read..
 

ICICI Bank profit up 30%

ICICI Bank today reported a 30 per cent increase in standalone net profits at Rs 1,956 crore in the second quarter ended September 30, easily beating estimates on the Str...   | Read..
 

UBI net rises

The United Bank of India (UBI) has reported a 16 per cent growth in net profit for the second quarter ended September at Rs 144.64 crore against Rs 124.77 crore in the sa...   | Read..
 
Telenor picks new ally


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Local airline on Virgin radar

Richard Branson, founder of the UK-based airline Virgin Atlantic Airways, today said he was open to the idea of picking ...   | Read..
 

CESC stock takes a beating

Investors pounded the CESC stock today amid rising concern over the power utility’s sudden decision to acquire Fir...   | Read..
 
 
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