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Abbott not to be merged with Pharmacia
PHARMACIA Corporation today said that it would not merge Abbott Laboratories, in which it had acquired majority stake early this year, with itself. The company also does not have any plans to delist Abbott, Dr Venkat Sohoni, President and ... More

Forex reserves surge $250 m
THE country's forex reserves are now looking to surge past the $55-billion mark, ending at $54.805 billion for the week ended April 12 as against $54.555 billion in the previous week. Reserves have registered an increase of $250 million over the ... More

Bank on security rules to tackle armed attack
EVEN as fear has seized the Chennai banking sector following the attempted armed dacoity in one of the SBI branches on April 10, in which a bank official was killed and another injured, bankers are telling themselves that such things are "an ... More

Contract farming fine but not corporate: Ajit
THE Union Agriculture Minister, Mr Ajit Singh, has ruled out introducing corporate farming but exhorted the need for contract farming. "We cannot allow corporate farming because it will lead to displacement of millions of farmers in our ... More

Patkar to support KGF, Kudremukh causes
THE Karnataka Gold Field's (KGF) People's Movement (KPM) and the Kudremukh agitation received a shot in the arm, with the Narmada Bachao Andolan activist, Ms Medha Patkar, taking up both the causes, under the umbrella of the National Alliance of ... More

Columbia to bring in Hollywood blockbusters
AFTER India's software prowess successfully shrunk the timeframe for launch of new products emerging out of Silicon Valley to India to near simultaneous state, its now the turn of India's huge cinema industry. On May 24, when Columbia Tristar ... More


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Apr. 14-Apr. 20
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BJP wants I-T rebate, other sops restored -- Wait for Parliament discussion: Sinha

Oil marketing cos to have pricing freedom

Revenue Dept for restoring I-T breaks on dividends

`Mahajan effect' speeds up village telephony

Kotak Mahindra to merge four arms with itself

Hind Lever sales dip 10 pc, net rises 26 pc in Q1

Oil cos slash product prices

Strike brings cheque clearing to standstill

Sinha all set to restore I-T rebate

Satyam Info limited access may cost more

PMO to decide on dividend tax issue

Assured returns to foreign investors -- DoT pushing for further amendments to Cos Act

Centurion promoter Ahuja quits board

Farmers ready, but where are Bt cotton seeds?

Cabinet okays Bill for petroleum regulator

Caltex gets buy-out okay with 5-yr rider

Wipro net profit up 32 pc; Q4 revenues down 6 pc

Auto cos get FIPB green signal for new models


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