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China's Sinosteel plans integrated plant in India
Holds talks with Jharkhand, Orissa; Company President coming in Nov More

More States seek ultra mega power projects
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Videocon to buy Daewoo Elec
Deal done along with consortium partner for about Rs 3,200 crore More

Daewoo buy may give Videocon an edge
Videocon Industries' acquisition of Daewoo Electronics would not only be the company's third major global acquisition in two years, but more importantly, give it access to high-end technology in plasma display panels TV, liquid crystal display ... More

Markets begin new year on low note
Thin volumes, profit booking affect share prices More

Festive time flight cancellations, not many this time round
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India Cements net up 20-fold on strong demand
To increase capacity by 2 million tonnes by December 2007 More

Services vendors opt for `strategic' bench
To meet any sudden requirement; to scale up value chain More

SWAN project running behind schedule
Except in four States — Sikkim, Maharashtra, Chandigarh and Uttaranchal — the implementation of the Rs 3,300-crore State Wide Area Network (SWAN) project is running behind schedule. Only Jharkand and Andhra Pradesh have identified ... More

Fertiliser stocks shine
Most fertiliser stocks have witnessed upsurge in price as well as in volumes in recent times on expectations that demand for fertilisers is likely to go up due to good monsoon. According to a section of the market, most fertiliser companies are ... More

Sweet news for sugar stocks?
Sugar stocks gained sharply on Monday despite across-the-board weakness in the market. Market talk has it that the Government may soon lift, or relax, the sugar export ban on the back of increased productivity. In July, the Centre had banned ... More


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