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Tuesday, September 07, 2004
Cell companies take on telecom regulator
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 6.Days after threatening to stop paying access deficit charges, cellular companies have once again taken on the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) for not hearing the views to a battery of experts flown in especially ...
Tata Motors' sales up
MUMBAI, SEPT. 6.Tata Motors has reported total sales (including exports) of 30,113 vehicles in August, an increase of 21 per cent over the same period of last year. The cumulative sales for April-August 2004 were 1.45 lakh units (1.10 lakh ...
Excise rules eased on butter, cheese
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 6.The Government today allowed removal of essential items such as butter, cheese, processed foods, aerated water and petrochem products from the factory of production to warehouse without payment of excise duty. Items such as ...
China scores over India in FMCG market
MUMBAI, SEPT. 6.The urban Chinese fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry grew at 9 per cent compared to a growth rate of 2.2 per cent achieved by the urban Indian counterpart for the year ended April 2004, according to a study done by AC ...
Indiabulls offer oversubscribed
MUMBAI, SEPT. 6. Broking firm Indiabulls' initial public offering has been oversubscribed by 3.88 times the issue size at the end of first day of bidding. The offer, which opened for subscription today, has received bids for about 10.57 crore ...
Hikal buys stake in Danish firm
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 6. Active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) manufacturer Hikal today said it has bought a 50.1 per cent controlling stake in Denmark's Marsing and Co A/S for $6 million. Marsing is a pharmaceutical marketing and distribution ...
UTI Mastershare pays 20 p.c.
MUMBAI, SEPT. 6.UTI Mutual Fund has declared a tax-free divided of 20 per cent or Rs. 2 per unit on face value of Rs. 10, under the UTI Mastershare scheme for holders of record date September 24. The Net Asset value (NAV) of the scheme as on ...
Telecom Man of the Year
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 6.Mukesh Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Infocomm, has been chosen the `Telecom Man of the Year 2004' by Voice and Data magazine while the state-owned BSNL bagged the top telecom service provider. Bharti ...
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