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Friday, October 21, 2005
Efforts to end barriers for professionals to work overseas
`CAs, Company Secretaries should be allowed to work overseas'
Sensex drops 36 points
MUMBAI: The Sensex took a big downswing of 297 points after staging a sharp pull-back rally during early trade on Thursday and ended 36 points down at 7935.12 as foreign institutional investors (FIIs) pressed the sell button sending shudders ...
BMW to invest Rs. 100 cr. in Chennai facility
Maraimalainagar plant to assemble 1,000 cars
TCS buys Australian banking software firm
The $26 million acquisition will help TCS expand global presence
Satyam's Q2 net up 34 p.c.
Revises revenue guidance upwards to Rs. 4,700-4,718 cr.
Reddy meets Chidambaram
NEW DELHI: Finance Minister P. Chidambaram and Reserve Bank Governor Y. V. Reddy had a detailed meeting on Thursday ahead of the monetary and credit policy review on October 25 when the central bank is likely to revise the growth projections ...
Darashaw buys stake in Tata Share Registry
MUMBAI: Darashaw Holdings, an investment bank and financial consultancy house, has acquired a majority 51 per cent stake in Tata Share Registry Ltd. (TSRL), a leading share registry and human resources (HR) business process outsourcing (BPO) ...
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