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Tuesday, June 29, 2004
Sensex gains 81 points
MUMBAI, JUNE 28. In a pre-budget rally, the Sensex spurted by 81 points on the back of a sharp upsurge in select blue chips on the Bombay Stock Exchange today as corporates began making purchases in blue chip counters on expectations of relief in ...
India to enter into LNG imports deal with Iran
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28.India and Iran today began talks on entering into a deal for purchase of LNG (liquefied natural gas) in exchange for a stake in a discovered oilfield. The Iranian Deputy Oil Minister, Seyed Mohammad Hadi Nejad-Hosseinian, who ...
Slight dip in mergers and acquisitions
MUMBAI, JUNE 28.The Indian mergers and acquisitions (M&As) showed a slight dip in the first half of 2004 with 109 deals being completed, indicating a 8 per cent drop when compared to the previous year, according to KPMG, a leading advisory ...
Alstom plans to make India global hub
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28. The French energy and transport major, Alstom, is planning to make India a major hub for the Indian market and for global operations. A high-level ten-member delegation is thus being sent to India on a week-long visit to scout ...
TVS Motor manages to improve topline
CHENNAICHENNAI, JUNE 28.JUNE 28. Two-wheeler maker TVS Motor Company has reported gross revenue of Rs. 2,856.42 crores (Rs. 2,725.40 crores) during 2003-04. This includes other income worth Rs. 36.21 crores (Rs. 20.87 crores). The profit before ...
Aftek buys German search engine
MUMBAI, JUNE 28. Aftek Infosys' German entity, Arexera Information Technologies GmbH, has acquired 56 per cent stake in Seekport Internet Technologies GmbH for an undisclosed sum. The acquired company is an operator and marketer of Seekport, a ...
37 FDI proposals cleared
NEW DELHI, JUNE 28. The Union Finance Minister, P. Chidambarm, has cleared 37 foreign direct investment (FDI) proposals involving inflows of around Rs. 702 crores. However, two proposals account for the bulk of the investments, the rest ...
Liberty Shoes pays 30 p.c. final
MUMBAI: Liberty Shoes has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange that the board of directors has proposed a final dividend of Rs. 3 per share (30 per cent), subject to the approval of the members.
Crop insurance scheme for kharif crops
PERAMBALUR: The kharif crops cultivated in Perambalur district this year will be covered under the crop insurance scheme, according to the Lead District Manager, Indian Overseas Bank, the lead bank for the district, R. Venkatasubramanian. In a ...
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