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Wednesday, January 12, 2005
Industry moots slew of measures to boost investment
NEW DELHI, JAN. 11.Leading industry chambers the Confederation of Indian Industry the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry and the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry today asked the Government to lower ...
Farmers want job guarantee scheme expanded
NEW DELHI, JAN. 11.Agriculture experts today suggested to the Government to replace the system of minimum support price for specified crops by a system of remunerative prices and a participatory price insurance scheme and to expand the national ...
CII summit from today
KOLKATA, JAN. 11.Altogether 1,300 delegates including 200 from 24 overseas countries will be participating at the CII (Confederation of Indian Industry) Summit beginning here tomorrow. B. Muthuraman, CII eastern region Chairman, said here at a ...
Stocks suffer further setback
MUMBAI, JAN. 11.Stocks suffered a sharp setback for the second straight day and the Sensex ended at more than one month low of 6222.87 in continued volatile activity on Bombay Stock Exchange on Tuesday on sustained sell-off from foreign ...
IDBI's Flexibond issue
MUMBAI, JAN. 11. The Industrial Development Bank of India (IDBI) is coming out with its public issue of IDBI Flexibonds-22 for tapping the retail bond market from January 14. The issue would be closed on February 3. The IDBI Flexibonds-22 ...
Cairn finds gas in Rajasthan
NEW DELHI, JAN. 11.The British energy firm Cairn Energy today said it had discovered gas in its Rajasthan block, where India's largest oil find in more than two decades was made last year. "Cairn has made a new gas discovery with the ...
Infrastructure for T+1 system
MUMBAI, JAN. 11.The Reserve Bank of India in co-operation with the Bombay and the National stock exchanges will develop technological infrastructure for the Securities and Exchange Board of India to introduce the "T+1'' settlement system in the ...
Eli Lilly cuts insulin prices
NEW DELHI, JAN. 11.Eli Lilly and Company today announced a price reduction of 20 per cent on its range of huminsulin vials. With this price-cut, each vial of huminsulin 100 IU /ml will now be cheaper by almost Rs. 100.
BILT to source paper from China
NEW DELHI, JAN. 11.Ballarpur Industries Ltd. today said it was planning to import about 50,000 tonnes of coated paper from China in the two years to complement its product basket and strengthen its merchandising foray.
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