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|October 31, 2005|
Did Vodaphone pay a fair price?
What is even more surprising is that Vodafone should pay such a high price to get into a market that is in a bind right now
Where is the Sensex headed?
After putting in Rs 37,000 crore till September 2005, FIIs have pulled out more than Rs 3,400 crore in the month of October. Can Indian stock markets hold up still?
The amazing story of ITC's rise
Tobacco major ITC is gearing up for a sustained battle in the food business where it wants to take the leadership position
|October 28, 2005|
Great videophones, but a bit costly
Throw away your old camcorders and digital cameras, and replace them with a mobile phone that offers you high-quality video and still-camera facilities.
|October 17, 2005|
Fundmen still prefer mid caps
While mutual funds have cut down on their mid cap exposure in the past six months, they still prefer them over large caps.
A fantasy trip onboard the Deccan Odyssey
Anybody who's watched the 1974 whodunit Murder on the Orient Express or read The Mystery of the Blue Train will find it hard to resist the fantasy of a week on a luxuriously languorous train ride through ever-changing landscapes.
Sula Vineyards: A success story
ula Vineyards is bringing financial expertise into the rapidly growing wine industry.
Swift vs Esteem: Which is better?
Only if you really, desperately, want a three-box budget Maruti should you go for the Esteem.
India's booming organic food bazaar
Central strategy on organic foods has always slanted toward the global market, leaving the critical mass of domestic consumers out in the cold.
|October 10, 2005|
Kotak ELSS: How good is it?
A long-standing concern (over the past 3-4 years) with Kotak Mutual Fund has been a string of changes at the CIO level. The fluidity has deprived the fund house of a stable fund management strategy.
|October 05, 2005|
Indian IT rocks with mega global deals
The recent ABN Amro contracts mark the entry of Indian players into the rarefied world of technology services mega deals.
Join a KPO, earn a fortune!
KPOs offer good working atmosphere and salary: the remuneration for a person with 2 years' experience can be Rs 6-8 lakh annually.
|October 03, 2005|
What makes India unattractive
Arjun Divecha, the man at the helm of affairs at GMO Emerging Markets Fund with $15 billion under its fold, is unwilling to bet on a paradigm shift in India.