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Rishi Joshi
June 11, 2008
Despite the recent price hikes in India, oil is a ticking time bomb that will be defused only by a sharp drop in demand and, in the long run, alternative sources of energy. Meanwhile, brace up for the coming pain. Business Today's Rishi Joshi reports.


Manu Kaushik
June 9, 2008
There are many stocks in the market, but only a select few make it to almost every fund portfolio. Should you invest in them?


www.businesstoday.in
May 28, 2008
The sheer amount of manufacturing activity taking place in small towns of India is mindboggling. Shops are being set up at breakneck speed and there is massive expansion. Where are these clusters located, and can they really deliver on their promise? Here is what Business Today discovered.


Rishi Joshi
May 28, 2008
Rising crude prices could derail India’s growth story and cause massive pain all around.


Rishi Joshi
May 14, 2008
It has been a good recovery for the stock markets so far. Whether stock markets rise or fall, smart money will always chase sound stocks. Here’s what you should keep an eye on.


www.businesstoday.in
May 12, 2008
Can information technology be transformational? Without doubt, yes. And here are 20 examples to prove it. Our annual listing of the most IT-savvy outfits in the country.


www.businesstoday.in
May 5, 2008
India is the third-largest producer of coal globally and a large part comes from Coal India and its subsidiaries.


www.businesstoday.in
May 1, 2008
The Government is in a flap over the runaway inflation rate. The villains of the piece, it has decided, are cement and steel companies, which, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram announced in Parliament, have formed cartels to push up the prices of these commodities.


Arnab Mitra and N. Madhavan
May 1, 2008
Steel and cement prices have appreciated over the last six months and led to runaway inflation. The government has alleged that companies in these sectors have formed cartels to keep prices high. How justified is the government angst? Or rather, is it a combination of factors that have conspired to push up prices? BT’s Arnab Mitra and N. Madhavan find out.


Rishi Joshi
April 30, 2008
India Inc.’s Q4 profits are down, and are unlikely to recover anytime soon.


Shalini S Dagar
April 30, 2008
Greenhouse gases (GHGs) trap heat in the atmosphere. While some of these gases occur naturally and are emitted through natural processes, other GHGs are created and emitted solely through human activities. Higher proportion of such GHGs in the atmosphere leads to climate change. A course correction is needed. Big question: Who will take the lead?


Anand Adhikari
March 31, 2008
The 43-year-old school dropout, Gautam Adani, who was recently ranked #10 among Indian billionaires by Forbes, is thinking big—and ahead—for ways to expand his business empire. He already runs the Mundra Port in Gujarat. That’s only Act I in his plan of becoming India’s largest infrastructure player. A report by BT's Anand Adhikari.


Rahul Sachitanand
March 17, 2008
From wind turbines to X-ray machines to new-age locomotives, innovations are hardly new to GE’s John F. Welch Technology Centre in Bangalore. In its decade-long existence, JFWTC’s engineers have been at the forefront of introducing new ideas and methods for GE’s business units. Rahul Sachitanand finds out how the centre has shaped up over the years. 


Mahesh Nayak
March 5, 2008
Tata Steel practically invented CSR much before the term became fashionable around the world.


T.V. Mahalingam
March 4, 2008
Investors love it for its vision, customers adore it for its innovation and new product development and, between all that, the Birlas of Grasim Industries find the time to more than give back to the community.


Ritwik Mukherjee, Tejaswi Rathore and Deepti Khanna Bose
March 4, 2008
Great weather, a garden party, a glass of wine. But, something’s still missing right? Bring on the kebabs for an enchanting evening.


www.businesstoday.in
March 1, 2008
Agriculture may be the buzzword, but sweeping duty cuts impact other sectors, too. Easily the sectors that benefitted most from Budget were auto, lifesciences, and media.


www.businesstoday.in
March 1, 2008
India’s promising infrastructure development continues to drive the cement sector. The double-digit growth in demand during the last couple of years is likely to continue.


www.businesstoday.in
March 1, 2008
Strong domestic demand for steel has led to both greenfield and brownfield capacity expansions, making India the fifth-largest crude steel producer in the world.


www.businesstoday.in
March 1, 2008
The Year 2007 has seen the power sector gaining momentum. India achieved a capacity addition of 34,000 MW in the 10th Plan, taking the capacity to 141,000 MW.


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