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Tuesday, July 05, 2005
Bill on new Companies Act in winter session: Gupta
No differences with SEBI on independent directors issue
Sensex up 67 points
MUMBAI: Driven by sustained foreign institutional investment inflows, the Sensex on Monday extended its four-session rising trend and after scaling a new high of 7284.41, ended at a fresh all time closing high of 7277.31 on the Bombay Stock ...
India misses out on advertising outsourcing
Single window clearance, incentives suggested
SAP opens centre of excellence
The Bangalore centre to serve entire Asia-Pacific region; Lab's headcount to double
`Robust growth in Indian IT services market'
MUMBAI: The Indian IT services market has recorded the strongest growth at 26.7 per cent in 2004-05 for the Asia-Pacific region, according to a report issued by Gartner, a research firm here on Monday. The Asia-Pacific IT services market will ...
Sharp fall in rupee
MUMBAI: The rupee declined sharply against the U.S. currency on Monday, adjusting to a downward correction on the back of a robust dollar overseas even as trade at the interbank foreign exchange market was rendered quiet due to the American ...
Mexico eases visa norms for Indian businessmen
`Explore possibilities of joint ventures and investments'
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