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Wednesday, January 11, 2006
Govt. may sell off entire stake in MUL
Proposal mooted by Heavy Industry Ministry
AL to enter luxury bus segment
Plans to tap Southern market first; the vehicle will be priced at Rs. 50 lakh
Reliance profit dips in Q3
Reduced income from refining due to maintenance shutdown
Sensex nosedives 138 points
MUMBAI: The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark index plunged by 138.15 points to close at 9445.30 on Tuesday in highly volatile trading, marked by heavy selling by operators ahead of announcement of third quarter corporate earnings during the ...
Intel unveils Centrino dual-core technology
Core components designed by the Bangalore centre
Panel submits report on airports
NEW DELHI: The expert committee on modernisation of Delhi and Mumbai airports headed by Delhi Metro Chief E. Sreedharn submitted its report to the Cabinet Secretary, B. K. Chaturvedi, on ...
NTPC to raise up to $1 b
NEW DELHI: The National Thermal Power Corporation on Tuesday embarked on a major overseas fund raising exercise and decided to establish a Medium Term Note programme of $1 billion. ...
Imports of sensitive items dip
NEW DELHI: The total imports of sensitive items have declined by 9.4 per cent to Rs. 9,853 crore during April-October 2005 from Rs. 10,873 crore in the year-ago period. However, gross imports of all commodities rose by 27.89 per cent to Rs. ...
Draft Patents rules
NEW DELHI: The Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, has notified the Draft Patents (Second Amendment) Rules, 2005 which was published in the Gazette of India Extraordinary, Part II, Section III ..
Morgan Stanley MD joins CSFB
HONG KONG: Mihir Doshi, who had been Managing Director and Chief Executive of JM Morgan Stanley in Mumbai, will become Managing Director of CSFB's business in India, overseeing the securities business it is relaunching there and building a new ...
HDFC Bank net profit up 31.3 p.c. in Q3
MUMBAI: HDFC Bank has registered a 31.3 per cent growth in net profit at Rs. 224.40 crore for the quarter ended December 31, 2005 over the corresponding period in the previous year. The bank earned a total income of Rs. 1,475.90 crore in the said ...
Nipuna partners German animation firm
HYDERABAD: Nipuna Services Limited, the BPO arm of Satyam Computer Services, has signed a deal with 4K Animation GmbH, a Germany-based company, for various animation projects. As part of the deal, worth seven million euros ($8 million), Nipuna ...
Microsoft unveils CRM solution
BANGALORE: Microsoft Corporation India Pvt. Ltd. announced the availability of Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0, its customer relationship management (CRM) solution for small, midsize and large enterprises. Dynamics CRM 3.0 provide a complete suite of ...
Sona group forays into fleet management business
NEW DELHI: Sona group, a leading manufacturer of steering systems and driveline parts, on Monday announced its foray into the rent a car, leasing and fleet management business. The group has tied up with SIXT, one of Europe's leading mobile ...
First Data names Country Manager for India
CHENNAI: Electronic commerce and payments service provider, First Data Corp., has named B. Amrish Rau as Country Manager for its international operations in India. His focus will be on building First Data's card and payment services business in ...
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