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Wednesday, August 11, 2004
Inflation expected to fall by year-end
NEW DELHI, AUG. 10. Even as the Government continued to put together an inflation management strategy, some news has come in from analysts that they expect inflation to fall to 5.6 per cent by the year-end owing to a possible softening of fuel ...
First Indian listing on Singapore Exchange
SINGAPORE, AUG. 10.Corporate India today made its presence felt on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), as Meghmani Organics Limited became the first Indian firm to be listed for trading here. The function, held at the commencement of the day's ...
Air India, Lufthansa join hands
MUMBAI, AUG. 10.Air India and Lufthansa today signed a strategic alliance agreement for expansion of flights between Germany and India. All flights between the two countries will be operated by the two airlines in future in code-sharing and new ...
Agency to tackle telecom problems sought
NEW DELHI, AUG. 10.Overriding resistance from phone service companies, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has asked the Government to set up an independent agency to tackle the rising number of complaints of deficient phone ...
Touchtel launches voice portal
NEW DELHI, AUG. 10.Touchtel, the private fixed line telecom service of the Bharti group, today announced the launch of value-added services such as news, stock prices and sports updates on the phone at a premium charge of Rs. 3.60 per minute. ...
Tricom buys U.S. firm
MUMBAI, AUG. 10. Non-voice business process outsourcing (BPO) major, Tricom India, has acquired the U.S.- based marketing company, Tricom Document Management Inc. for around $20,000, and proposes to invest over $ 1 million in the next one-two ...
Secova acquires EmpactEBS
CHENNAI, AUG. 10.The Chennai based human resources business process outsourcing company, Secova eServices, has acquired the U.S.-based EmpactEBS, which takes care of benefits verticals in HR BPO. The takeover would enhance Secova's overall value ...
Airtel to install mobile charger units
COIMBATORE: In a bid help the mobile users who run out of battery, Airtel, has planned to install 100 mobile charger units at various public places in the rest of the Tamil Nadu circle. These units would be installed in major corporate houses and ...
Coimbatore Air Cargo facility's feat
COIMBATORE: The International air-cargo operations of the Airport Authority of India (AAI) has been listed in the International Air Transporters Association (IATA) publication. Though the air-cargo operations led to the recognition of Coimbatore ...
Apollo Hospitals services for Yemen
CHENNAI: Apollo Hospitals Group has entered into a partnership to provide advisory services to Hayel Saeed Anam (HAS) group, Yemen. The group has business interests in services, trading and manufacturing sectors in the Middle East and North ...
Amada moves software unit to Chennai
CHENNAI: Amada Co. Limited (ACL), Japan, Amada a world leader in providing factory automation solution for sheet metal industry, is moving all its computer aided design (CAD) requirements to its 100 per cent owned Indian subsidiary Amada Soft ...
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