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Promoters take merger route to avoid open offers
Move to get around SEBI requirements More

Indian crude basket drops below $60
`Refinery margins still a cause of concern' More

Captive power supply may be delicensed
The Centre is planning to move a slew of amendments to the Electricity Act 2003, including a clarification in the existing provisions to the effect that a licence would not be required for captive units to supply surplus power to a consumer or a ... More

Seven Indian cos crack S&P list
List tracks companies with `growth characteristics' More

UK prospects waning for Indian nurses
Only nurses for critical care segment being recruited More

Setback to India in IMF reform vote
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), which is meeting in Singapore for its annual session, has voted in favour of reforming its power structure. The pro-reform lobby won the ballot on Monday by 90.6 per cent of the "total voting power" as ... More

Bank earnings set to rise in Q2
Improved interest income, lower depreciation on investments More

Ministers endorse World Bank's new anti-corruption strategy
`Anti-corruption drive should not become anti-development' More

MTR Foods plans sales push thru' direct consumer contact
Awaits Rothschild report for future partnerships, associations More

Railways to set up chair at IIM-Ahmedabad: Lalu
To also open farmers' kiosks at 7,500 stations More

HCL's BPO arm plans expansion in E. Europe
Eyes transaction-based services co in US More

Cotton textile exports cross target
Cotton textiles exports during 2005-06 have exceeded the $4.2-billion target set by the Ministry of Textiles for the financial year with total shipments reaching $4.87 billion. All the three components in the cotton textiles ... More

Traders' groups seek ban on commodity futures
Petitions to Govt, Oppn leaders More

NSE, BSE clock highest market cap growth
BSE maintains lead in number of listed firms More

BILT in focus on results hopes
The BILT stock, which closed marginally down at Rs 118 on the NSE, is being tracked by analysts following expectations on the net revenues front. The paper manufacturer had posted net revenues of over Rs 500 crore, up critically on a ... More

RPG Transmission: Charged up
RPG Transmission, which clocked trading volumes of 1.60 lakh shares on the BSE, is expected to log a 58 per cent CAGR in revenues for the 2006-08 period. At the current price, the stock trades at roughly 9.9x and 6.6x fiscal 2007 estimated and ... More


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