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Banks' deposit mobilisation catches up with credit offtake
Credit-deposit ratio at 72.36 pc; near 20-year high More

Govt committed to growth, viability of public sector: PM
Rs 3 lakh crore to be invested in steel sector by 2020 More

Facility management sees rapid growth
More companies outsourcing pest control, transport, water and plumbing More

Satyam's global expansion in sync with local needs
`We are watching economic shifts, we'll follow the customer' More

Passenger car market on a roll in 2006
Excise duty cut fuels sales More

Why global cos are keen on Hutch Essar
No other acquisition in the Indian telecom space has managed to get so much interest as Hutchison Essar has. And one does not have to go too far to know the reason for at least three large telecom majors lining up to pick up Hutchison's Indian ... More

Holiday mood may keep market range-bound
However, intra-day volatility is likely to continue More

BPCL to sharpen focus on `Beyond LPG' service
To tie up with mobile operators More

Fund managers betting on stock-specific action in 2007
Volatile condition towards year-end causes some anxious moments More

`To get best benefits to passengers, the key is efficiency'
Building infrastructure will be a challenge. There will have to be a lot of investment, as much in airports as in airlines. There is also the need for good economic regulation to get better efficiency. More

Gold may remain muted in short term
Corn, soya to have strong upside on bio-fuel demand More

There Is Always An Alternative
India's academics should overcome the `There Is No Alternative' psyche and realise that problems, however complex, can be subdivided into binary choices. This, they well know, is what all digital computation is about but appear reluctant to use to s olve the problem of quotas, says P. V. INDIRESAN. More

Cumin seed exports may cross 25,000 t
Crop failure, short supply in other nations drive the trend More

Dwarikesh Sugar looking to acquire `large company'
In talks with 3 cos in UP, one in Maharashtra More


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