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Thursday, July 28, 2005
Sensex surpasses 7600-mark
Reliance, bank shares hog limelight
Rain havoc causes Rs. 1,000 cr. loss
Chambers call for restoration on war footing
HCL unveils Toshiba's notebook PCs
Incorporate new protection and connectivity features
Oberois set sights on three overseas destinations
EIH plans another hotel in Bangalore
Two more currencies in FCNR (B) basket
CHENNAI: Based on a review of the recommendations made by the Technical Committee on forex markets and feed back received so far, the Reserve Bank has decided to allow banks to accept FCNR (B) deposits in two more currencies, Canadian dollar and ...
Listed on BSE
MUMBAI: IL&FS Investmart Ltd., a stock broking and advisory company part-owned by Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services, rose 48 per cent to Rs. 184.45 on its trading debut on the Bombay Stock Exchange, boosted by demand from investors who ...
Artech rolls out bilingual software
NEW DELHI: Artech India on Wednesday unveiled bilingual computing software in four Indian languages under its Akshar series, offering an independent office suite, unicode compliance and inbuilt transliteration. Akshar Naveen, which allows ...
Nettlinx in talks with U.S. firm
NEW DELHI: The Hyderabad-based Nettlinx is negotiating to acquire a U.S. company to expand its operations overseas, Nettlinx informed the Bombay Stock Exchange on Wednesday. ...
Special counters to accept IT returns
COIMBATORE: Special counters to accept returns of income of salaried persons will start functioning at Income Tax Offices in Coimbatore, Erode, Udhagamandalam, Pollachi and Tirupur from July 28 to August 1, including Saturday and Sunday (July 30 ...
COIMBATORE: Following have been elected office-bearers of the Southern India Engineering Manufacturers' Association for 2005-2006 at the annual meeting of the association held here on Wednesday: C. R. Swaminathan, Chief Executive, PSG Industrial ...
Easun Reyrolle Q1 turnover rises multifold
CHENNAI: Easun Reyrolle, a leading company in the field of power management, has turned out its best ever first quarter results in its silver jubilee year. Total income has risen multifold to Rs. 21.62 crore in the three months ended June 30, ...
Teledata to issue GDRs, FCCBs
NEW DELHI: Teledata Informatics on Wednesday said it will issue Global Depository Receipts or Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds of up to $150 million. The shareholders at the annual meeting have approved the issue or any other convertible ...
Syndicate Bank net up 30 p.c. in Q1
BANGALORE: The net profit of Syndicate Bank has jumped by 30 per cent to Rs. 163.11 crore in the first quarter ended June 30, 2005 against Rs, 125.24 crore during the same period last year. The net advances has increased to Rs. 27,678 crore from ...
Xerox India bags international safety award
NEW DELHI: Xerox India on Wednesday announced that it has received the International Safety Award for its Rampur plant from the British Safety Council for the sixth year in a row. The award was received by Roland Hoogendam, Customer Service ...
Marine policy management online
CHENNAI: Royal Sundaram Alliance Insurance Company has launched a marine insurance software called `Sea Drive', a web-based application that enables the customers and intermediaries of the company to generate policies online and view them anytime ...
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