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Bharti deploys hybrid networking technology
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14.Bharti Infotel, which provides fixed line, long distance, data and corporate solutions, said today it has deployed Internet Protocol-based MPLS backbone network solutions from Cisco, which would allow it to offer new services ...

Rupee rise hurts small exporters
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14.Small scale exporters today threatened to stop exports from May 1 unless immediate steps are taken to curb the appreciation of the rupee against the dollar. Noting that exports have become unprofitable, they have urged the ...

Rising steel prices leave tractor units in a fix
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14.Rising pig iron and alloy steel prices are set to make a dent on the Indian farmer's budget with the Tractor Manufacturers Association (TMA) today saying that it can no longer absorb the increased costs and will be forced to ...

Trust Telecom to market Kejian handsets
MUMBAI, APRIL 14. Riding on an exponential growth in the Indian mobile telephony market, Chinese handset-maker Kejian expects to sell 2.5 lakh handsets in India during first year of operations and around 25 lakh handsets in the next three ...

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    Tata Motors mini buses for S. Africa
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 14. Soon after a contract to assemble trucks in Russia, Tata Motors today said it has been shortlisted in a bid to supply 1.5 lakh mini buses (taxis) to South Africa. Tata Motors, which had bid for supplying 1.5 lakh units of ...

    ICICI Prudential premium income
    MUMBAI, APRIL 14.ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Company has closed the year ended March 31, 2004 with a total received premium income of Rs. 989 crores, up 135 per cent from last year's total premium income of Rs. 420 crores. New business ...

    Britannia's new CFO
    BANGALORE, APRIL 14.Britannia Industries has appointed N. Shridhar as its new Chief Financial Officer based at its corporate office here. The CFO is a new position, the company said in a statement. Mr. Shridhar has 16 years of experience in ...

    Russian firm wins turbine deal
    MOSCOW, APRIL 14.The Russian power equipment firm, Silovye Mashiny, has won a tender to supply electric turbines worth $250 million to Indian state-run National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), the turbine maker said on Tuesday. The five-year ...

    Intel profit surges
    NEW YORK, APRIL 14.Intel Corp. reported an 89 per cent rise in quarterly profit on Tuesday as the world's largest producer of microchips benefited from stronger demand for computers. In the Santa Clara, California-based company's first quarter ...

    SRL Ranbaxy completes reaudit by CAP
    NEW DELHI: SRL Ranbaxy on Wednesday announced the successful completion of its second year laboratory re-audit by the College of American Pathologists (CAP). In 2002, SRL Ranbaxy became the first laboratory in the country to receive ...

    Jamshedpur selected for UN project
    CHENNAI: Jamshedpur will be one among the six cities chosen to participate in the UN Global Compact Cities Pilot Programme, says a release. The other five cities are: Melbourne (Australia), Porto Alegre (Brazil), Tianjin (PRC), Nairobi (Kenya) ...

    Peopleone Consulting's expansion plans
    HYDERABAD: Peopleone Consulting (POC) a HR solutions company, has massive expansion plans to spread into tier two and three cities. It now has presence in seven locations in India and the Middle East. According to a release issued here the first ...

    IOC to launch Xtrapremium in Mangalore
    MANGALORE: The Mangalore Division of Indian Oil Corporation will launch the premium grade of petrol branded `Xtrapremium' soon in the city. According to a release from the Senior Divisional Retail Sales Manager of the Corporation, Soman Mathews, ...

    DHL's Mango Express package
    CHENNAI: DHL Mango Express is a package to deliver mangoes to an international destination. DHL takes care of everything from carefully selecting the best mangoes, packing and shipping, besides managing all relevant documentation. The company has ...



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