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Virgin looking at South Indian destinations
BANGALORE, NOV. 26.Britain's second largest long haul airline, Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd., in which Singapore Airlines has a 49 per cent stake since 1999, at present operates three flights a week between Delhi and London under an agreement with ...
Wendtsoft launches 2 new products
CHENNAI, NOV. 26. Wendtsoft, a division of Wendt (India), today launched a couple of excise management software products. They are Centrac and Smartrade. Centrac version 8.0 is claimed to be user-friendly and comes with new Excise Register I ...
Corum comes to Chennai
CHENNAI, NOV. 26. High-quality Swiss watches are here. Chennai is witness to a myriad of watches from Rolex to Omega and to beat it all, here comes Corum, a timepiece from Switzerland. Corum watches were launched in Chennai on Tuesday at ...
Coffee Day enters packaged business
CHENNAI, NOV. 26.Coffee Day FMCG, a division of Amalgamated Bean Coffee Trading Co. Ltd. (ABCTCL), has entered the packaged coffee business with the launch of `Coffee Day Perfect', a unique blend of filter coffee in Tamil Nadu. Addressing ...
Implementation key to success in e-governance
HYDERABAD, NOV. 26.While `concept, implementation and marketing' are the three vital ingredients in the chain that contribute to making the adoption of any innovative initiative a success, `implementation' is the most crucial. This aspect has ...
Rupee losing grip?
MUMBAI, NOV. 26. The strengthening of the rupee has come to a halt. When everyone thought that the rupee would reach the 45 level by the end of the calendar year, suddenly the sentiment changed and the rupee took a u-turn and is now all set to ...
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