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Wednesday , February 26 , 2014
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US holds out hope for Bengal

Marquee US firms, including General Motors, General Electric and Boeing, called on Bengal finance and industries minister Amit Mitra today to explore the possibility of investments in energy, agriculture and aviation in the state....   | Read..
 

Bank permit countdown starts

IDFC and India Post are believed to be in the final lap of the race for a banking licence. ...   | Read..
 

Indian Oil in shale gas deal

State-owned refiner Indian Oil Corporation is set to buy a 10 per cent stake in Petronas’s shale gas asset and LNG project in British Columbia, Canada, for around $...   | Read..
 

Ranbaxy prefers caution

Ranbaxy Laboratories today said it was temporarily suspending shipments of pharmaceutical ingredients made at its two units in the country....   | Read..
 

Share pledge for survival

Promoters of stressed companies are increasingly pledging their stock with lenders to buy more time — and hopefully ride out the economic slowdown....   | Read..
 

Low fares hide reality

The latest cheap fare scheme of airlines hides the fact that the number of discounted tickets are limited. ...   | Read..
 
US holds out hope for Bengal


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Vodafone bets big on data

Vodafone India is betting on its data service to grow in the Calcutta and Bengal circles and ha...   | Read..
 
 
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