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Reckitt Benckiser seeks nod to buy out Indian arm
UK-based Reckitt Benckiser PLC (RB) has sought permission from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) to acquire the 49 per cent stake in its Indian subsidiary -- Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd (RBIL) - currently held by Indian public and ... More

Yet another normal monsoon forecast
THE India Meteorological Department (IMD) has predicted yet another `normal' South-West monsoon for 2002, making it the 15th consecutive year in which the country as a whole would receive normal-to-excess rainfall during the June-September ... More

Forex reserves dip $139 m after eight-month rise
THE country's forex reserves have dipped by $139 million for the first time in eight months and now stand at $ 55.573 billion for the week ended May 17, 2002 from $55.712 billion in the previous week, according to the weekly figures released by ... More

India seeks time to apply WTO auto ruling
INDIA has sought time from the World Trade Organisation to implement the dispute settlement body (DSB) ruling on the country's automobile policy. "India would need a reasonable period of time to implement the recommendations and rulings of the ... More

Security to oil, gas installations
THE Union Government have taken steps to provide adequate security to oil and gas installations both on-shore and off-shore, an official statement said here on Saturday. The security for on-shore pipelines is provided by the owner oil companies ... More

CEOs back to school to tie knots anew
AS markets take a beating and new challenges emerge on the business front, more and more CEOs are finding the need to go back to school. This time it is not to hone their financial, technical or administrative expertise, but to enhance the skill ... More

Lightning, thunderclouds and war scenario
"I SEE clear skies," the Prime Minister, Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee, said in Srinagar on Thursday, "I do not expect lightning to strike." It is widely known he wasn't ruminating about the weather. But the Prime Minister's choice of metaphor holds ... More


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Looking back
May. 19-May. 25
Forex reserves up $92 m at $55.71 b

Reliance bags IPCL for Rs 1,491 cr -- Quotes Rs 231 per share for 26 pc stake

Salaried employees can perk up: Easier norms likely for cars, cards, club expenses

It's a roller-coaster ride -- Steel gains 20% in M-cap; entertainment loses 15 pc

RBI bans physical deals with brokers

HLL tags special dividend to bonus debenture -- Scheme modified to address income-tax problem

Sensex down 96 points; gold zooms to new high

ITC net up 18 pc at Rs 1,190 cr -- To pay dividend of 135 pc

IOC to divest stake in ONGC, GAIL -- Over Rs 2,500-cr gain seen

Gold at new high on global rally


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