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Signs of return to good times
MUMBAI, NOV. 29. It seems the travel and tourism industry is back to the heady pre-September 11 days of 2000. The average Indian traveller and tourist today is spoilt for choice with a good supply of choice hotel rooms, attractive travel schemes ...
Railways' initiative
The Indian Railways had offered `Rail Holidays' as a concept to tour operators a couple of years ago. Against a deposit and terms and conditions a large allocation of seats were offered on certain trains. Thomas Cook India and Kesari Tours from ...
CMS offsite model for mailing solutions
CHENNAI, NOV. 29.CMS Computers, engaged in providing end to end solutions and services in all aspects of IT and service area, has announced the launch of three `proof of concept centres'. These centres established in Mumbai, Delhi and Chennai ...
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  • Numeric's focus on IT sector
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    Briefly
    Forex reserves surge past $95 b
    MUMBAI, NOV. 29. India's foreign exchange reserves witnessed a massive jump with a further accretion of $1.710 billion, a record rise in the current fiscal, to surge past the $95 billion mark for the week ended November 21. Foreign exchange ...
    Tata Power to partner DVC
    MUMBAI, NOV. 29.The board of Tata Power Company (TPC) has given its `in-principle' approval to partner Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) in the proposed 1,000 MW right bank thermal power project. Maithon Power Ltd, a subsidiary of DVC, is ...
    New MD for Aventis Pharma
    MUMBAI, NOV. 29.Aventis Pharma has appointed Alexandre de Carvalho as its new Managing Director from December 1. Mr. De Carvalho succeeds Ramesh Subrahmanian who resigned as Managing Director with effect from August 31, according to a company ...
    Award for Zee Network (UK)
    LONDON, NOV. 29.Zee network (U.K.) has won the Leadership in Best Practice Award at the first ever Multicultural Awards of Competitiveness and Enterprise 2003. The awards are sponsored by the U.K. Trade and Investment in colla-boration with Luton ...



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