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    Govt. projects over 7 p.c. GDP growth
    Mid-term review identifies key areas of concern

    Gates calls for increasing broadband penetration
    `Personal computers are just an element of digitisation'

    `Nobody does IT better'
    A national talent hunt to be organised in India in early 2006

    Samsung to set up unit in Gurgaon
    To produce 10 lakh handsets initially with an investment of $15 m

    Tatas plan Rs. 5,000 cr. investment in telecom
    Commercial production of small car will begin in 2007-08

    Sensex zooms 161 points
    Positive economic outlook buoy sentiment

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    36 FDI proposals approved
    NEW DELHI: The Central Government on Friday approved 36 foreign direct investment (FDI) proposals worth Rs. 114 crore. Among these, the major proposals pertain to BBC, the Dutch company, Dimexon, and DBS, the Singapore-based ...

    Tanla files draft prospectus
    HYDERABAD: Tanla Solutions Limited, a Hyderabad-based telecom infrastructure provider, is planning to enter the capital market with a public issue of 1.58 crore equity shares of Rs. 2 each through the book building process. It has filed the ...

    Ramsarup IPO opens on Dec. 13
    NEW DELHI: The Kolkata-based steel wires and TMT rods manufacturer, Ramsarup Industries Limited, on Friday announced its plan to enter the capital market on December 13 through an initial public offering of 50 lakh equity shares of Rs. 10 each ...

    GEECL to list on London exchange
    NEW DELHI: Great Eastern Energy Corp Ltd (GEECL) will list at AIM, a market of the London Stock Exchange, through its maiden GDR issue of 10.9 million pound ...

    Precious metals end at new high
    MUMBAI: Gold and silver continued to rise smartly and zoomed to end at new historic highs of Rs. 7,880 (10 gram) and Rs. 13,115 (a kg) respectively on the bullion market here on Friday due to heavy buying activity after steep rally in the global ...

    Richard Wolf to float Indian arm
    NEW DELHI: German endoscopy product maker Richard Wolf Knittlingen (RKW) on Friday said that it was consolidating its position in the Indian market by setting up a wholly owned subsidiary here for marketing and product service, Richard Wolf ...

    French turbine-maker launches India operations
    BANGALORE: Aero, land and marine turbine-maker Turbomeca has launched its industrial operations here through its fully owned subsidiary Turbomeca Turbochargers Industrial India (TTII). It would assemble, sell and service industrial turbochargers ...

    Bartronics India plans R & D centre
    CHENNAI: Bartronics India, engaged in the business of automatic identification and data capture, proposes to set up a research and development technology centre. The company also proposes to enlarge its branch network in the overseas as well as ...

    Simbhaoli to set up new plant
    CHENNAI: Simbhaoli Sugar Mills is setting up a new 4,000 tonne crushing daily (TCD) greenfield sugar plant along with cogeneration of power. The project is being financed by a combination of loans and internal accruals. Detailed appraisal is ...

    Lenovo announces new desktop PCs
    BANGALORE: Lenovo on Friday announced the new ThinkCentre E Series line of desktop PCs designed to meet the technology needs of small businesses — ease, affordability and reliability. For the first time, ThinkCentre E50 desktops from ...

    Performance Consulting's toolkit
    BANGALORE: Performance Consulting International, a HR consulting group, has tied up with people in business to bring employer branding to India. The toolkit, which brings advanced management thinking to the task of creative effective internal ...

    Lucas-TVS bags Frost & Sullivan awards
    CHENNAI: Auto electrical major, Lucas TVS, has bagged the Frost & Sullivan's India manufacturing excellence awards for 2005. It has won in three categories namely, The Corporate Platinum Award, The Overall Platinum Award for the Padi unit and ..

    Standard Chartered launches close-ended funds
    CHENNAI: Standard Chartered Mutual Fund has launched two close-ended income funds targeted at fixed income investors. The Standard Chartered Tristar Series I and Grindlays Fixed Maturity Plus Plan I will be closed ended income funds that also ...




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