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Thursday, November 10, 2005
Centre permits 49 p.c. FDI in ARCs
FII investments will not be allowed FII investments will not be allowed
ITI's second U.P. unit on stream
Sonia hails the turnaround in fortunes of the Rae Bareily plant
Disinvestment of equity in non-Navratnas planned
Chidambaram chides North for restrictive practices
Wockhardt Hospitals gets JCI standards certification
Four specialty hospitals planned at an outlay of Rs. 500 cr.
Snow welcomes higher FDI in insurance
U. S. Treasury Secretary looks forward to further ties in financial services
Demat charges waived from Jan. 9
MUMBAI: In a bid to encourage more investors to hold securities in the demat form, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Wednesday waived demat charges except the statutory ones with effect from January 9, 2006. ...
JSW Signs MoU for steel project
RANCHI: The Jharkhand Government on Wednesday signed an agreement with JSW Steel for setting up a ten million tonne capacity greenfield plant in the Hesalong area of the State at a cost of Rs. 35,000 ...
BILT forays into tissue market
NEW DELHI: Ballarpur Industries Ltd. (BILT) on Wednesday entered the tissue business. The company has invested Rs. 25 crore and will be selling its premier tissue under the brand "Etiquette.'' ...
GAIL signs MoA with Belgium's Exmar
NEW DELHI: Gail India on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Agreement with Belgian shipping major Exmar Marine NV for jointly pursuing projects and using the latter's on-board LNG regasification technology for LNG transportation by ship. ...
Sony unveils VAIO notebooks
NEW DELHI: Sony India Pvt. Ltd. on Wednesday introduced its new range of the next generation VAIO notebooks, which offers products that hold the distinction of being the world's slimmest, equipped with the thinnest LCD and designed with unique ...
Satyam, Microsoft China join hands
CHENNAI: Satyam Computer Services has announced that the company and Microsoft China, have entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to develop jointly a multi-billion enterprise solutions market on the Microsoft platform in the Greater ...
India Cements' smart turnaround
CHENNAI: India Cements has achieved higher operating profit of Rs. 68.87 crore for the three months ended September 30, 2005 against Rs. 40.91 crore. Sales were higher at Rs. 466.52 crore against Rs. 357.25 crore. The company reported a net ...
Empee Sugar sales and profit up
CHENNAI: Empee Sugar and Chemicals has reported a net profit of Rs. 3.01 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2005 against Rs. 1.48 crore in the corresponding period in 2004-05. Net sales were higher at Rs. 36.13 crore against Rs. 3.40 ...
Foundation for SBT Jubilee Bhavan laid
KOZHIKODE: The Managing Director of State Bank of Travancore, Om Bhatt, laid the foundation stone for the `Jubilee Bhavan' of the bank near the Passport Office in Eranhipalam, Kozhikode, on Monday. He said the bank would open five more branches ...
Bharat Bio in pact with Acambis
HYDERABAD: Bharat Biotech, Hyderabad, has entered into an agreement with Acambis plc, a Nasdaq listed company, for manufacturing and marketing of Acambis' ChimeriVax, an investigational vaccine against Japanese encephalitis. Bharat Biotech will ...
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