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Watch out Coke, Pepsi... Amul's coming up with Shakti
COME the Indian summer and one has got pretty much used to seeing the invariable turf war brewing between Coke and Pepsi. This brawl between the two heavyweights is likely to get a new twist as an unlikely candidate is getting ready to take a ... More

A knockout punch for regional stock exchanges — Mandatory listing policy to be scrapped
IN what could deal a lethal blow to several smaller stock exchanges in the country, the Ministry of Finance has decided to scrap the policy on mandatory listing by companies in the regional stock exchange where the registered office of the ... More

Spurious drugs market growing
IT'S worse than the killer flu. Many patients are affected by it without them being aware of it. The menace of spurious drugs is growing rapidly. It is not limited to the medicines for common ailments anymore. The technical ... More

Post-war Iraq may `work' for Indian cos
Post-war Iraq may throw up opportunities for Indian companies in areas as diverse as road construction, port development, urban infrastructure, housing, telecommunication repair and power generation. To provide Indian companies a head-start in ... More

Shanta Kumar puts in papers
THE Union Minister for Rural Development, Mr Shanta Kumar, on Sunday submitted his resignation from the Vajpayee Government, sources said here. The Urban Development Minister, Mr Anant Kumar, is likely to be given additional charge of the ... More

RCF in talks for buying gas from Petronet
RASHTRIYA Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd is in talks with Gail India Ltd to buy two million tonnes of annual gas supplies from Petronet LNG Ltd. "Gail is negotiating the sale of Petronet's natural gas and we are in talks with them,'' confirmed ... More


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