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Friday, October 08, 2004
Media: Reuters outsourcing journalism
BANGALORE, OCT. 7.Reuters, the financial news service, today officially unveiled an office here. The office will see 20 journalists cover 2,000 small to medium-sized American companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The operation, based ...
Apple's thinnest desktop computer
NW DELHI, OCT. 7. Apple Computers today launched the world's thinnest desktop computer which features G5 processors and is only two inches thick. "This is a groundbreaking design. The entire computer, including the power supply and slot-load ...
Primary market panel for more allocation to retail investors
MUMBAI, OCT. 7. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) panel on primary market recommended an increase in the allocation for retail investors by 10 per cent to 35 per cent in a book built issue by reducing the share of ...
Efforts to make Companies Bill simpler
NEW DELHI, OCT. 7.The Minister of State for Company Affairs, Prem Chand Gupta, today reiterated that the Government was committed to making the Companies Bill user-friendly saying that the concept paper inviting suggestions from the industry with ...
`Priyamvada Will valid even after 1982 Mutual Will'
KOLKATA, OCT. 7. Dismissing Birlas' claim of any caveatable interest in the Priyamvada Birla Will case, Rajendra Lodha today submitted before the Calcutta High Court that even if there existed a Mutual Will of 1982 it does not prevent granting of ...
'Investment should replace subsidy'
NEW DELHI, OCT. 7. The Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission, Montek Singh Ahluwalia, today suggested that subsidy on agriculture should be replaced by investment in this sector, though he admitted that it would be a politically difficult ...
Investors pick top end of NTPC issue
MUMBAI, OCT. 7.The initial public offering of National Thermal Power Corporation has been subscribed by 2.75 times on its first day. According to sources, most qualified institutional buyers (QIBs) have bid at the upper end of the price band, Rs. ...
Tele density crosses 8 pc mark
NEW DELHI, OCT. 7.With the addition of 20 lakh subscribers in September, the teledensity in the country has crossed the eight mark. In other words, more than eight persons per 100 now own telephones of either the mobile or landline variety, With ...
NEW DELHI, OCT. 7.The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India today directed mobile phone service providers to provide free itemised billing for long distance calls to post-paid subscribers. Prepaid customers already have the facility to ascertain ...
Tatas seek to transfer unit to ACC
MUMBAI, OCT. 7.Tata Power Company would seek shareholders' approval for the transfer of its Wadi unit in Karnataka to Associated Cement Companies Ltd (ACC) as a `going concern' on a slump sale basis for a consideration of Rs. 238 crores. It ...
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