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Airtel gets relief but with riders

The Supreme Court today barred Bharti Airtel from adding new 3G subscribers in circles where it did not hold licences even as it turned down Reliance Communications’ plea to stop the services altogether, saying, “Even a rickshawallah has a mobile in this country. We don’...   | Read..
 

EU trade pact a distant dream

Difference of opinion between competing lobbies may push back the India-EU free trade pact till after India’s 2014 general elections even as German Chancellor Angel...   | Read..
 

Move to regain Fitch favour

The finance ministry will try to convince Fitch tomorrow to either improve India’s rating or maintain status-quo. ...   | Read..
 

Toyota presses recall button

Toyota will recall its premium sedan Corolla in India to replace defective airbag inflators. ...   | Read..
 

Honda price offer Amazes buyers

Japanese auto giant Honda today launched its much-awaited diesel car — the Amaze — at a price of Rs 5.99 lakh. ...   | Read..
 
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Airtel gets relief but with riders


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Suspense over Infy guidance

The markets are playing a guessing game on Bangalore-based Infosys continuing with its annual sales guidance when it ann...   | Read..
 

Global PC shipment declines 11.2%

Global personal computer (PC) shipments declined 11.2 per cent in the first quarter of 2013 to 79.2 million units on the...   | Read..
 
 
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