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Economic reforms on right track: French Minister
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10. The economic reforms initiated by the Union Government are on the right track, which will eventually lead to "economic boom," Nicole Fontaine, French Minister of Industry, Energy & Telecommunications, said today. The new ...

Lufthansa sees India, China as growth markets
FRANKFURT, MARCH 10.Viewing India and China as the two important `emerging growth markets,' the German Airline, Lufthansa, is keen on opening newer destinations in India besides adding more frequencies. Speaking at the official launch of ...

Honda launches new Accord variant
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10. Targeting a 33 per cent growth in the net profit at Rs. 80 crores, Honda Siel Cars India (HSCIL) today said it would wipe out its entire accumulated loss of Rs. 75 crores this fiscal. Addressing mediapersons after the ...

IT adoption: 'Need for change in mindset'
CHENNAI, MARCH 10.Not long ago, the Indian software professionals were viewed as heroes in the eyes of the world. Thanks to the BPO (business process outsourcing) backlash, today, however, they are seen as villains. They are considered so because ...

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    ONGC oversubscription
    MUMBAI, MARCH 10.The Government's offer for sale of its 10 per cent stake in ONGC received cumulative bids 5.80 times the offer size at the end of the fifth day today. The investors placed bids for over 82.81 crore shares as against 14.26 ...

    Petronet IPO priced at Rs. 15
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 10. India's first liquefied natural gas importer Petronet LNG will raise Rs. 391 crores through the IPO of 260 million equity shares with the offer price being fixed at Rs. 15 per share. The IPO was over- subscribed 4.2 times. ...

    Galileo extends e-ticketing service
    CHENNAI: Galileo India, a global distribution services provider for the travel industry, has announced the successful deployment of e-ticketing services on the Galileo CRS across 12 leading international airlines in the country. These airlines ...

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  • Customer First Services' new facility
  • Wings' new version of accounting software
  • New TVS showroom
  • Sanra Software launches Autosaver
  • Stanchart sets up new subsidiary
  • Michelin nominees on ATL board



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