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RBI names panel on rupee convertibility
Report likely to be submitted by July 31

Centre will release part of its spectrum: PM
NEW DELHI: Stressing that the telecom revolution in the country has contributed to increased efficiency in the economy, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Monday said his Government was aware of the problem related to spectrum allocation for ...

IPTV set for take-off: Maran
BSNL and MTNL preparing plans for many cities

TRAI recommends slashing of entry fee for unified licences
Wants greater flexibility in spectrum allocation to take advantage of new services

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Foreign Trade Policy on April 7
NEW DELHI: The Centre will announce the annual supplement of Foreign Trade Policy on April 7 instead of March 30. It would be announced by the Commerce Minister, Kamal Nath, official sources said, reports ...

IRDA warning on third party insurance
CHENNAI: The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority on Monday invited the members of the public to bring to its notice any refusal of Motor Third Party insurance of vehicles used by them by any general insurance company along with ...

Bharti bids for TCIL's stake in Hexacom
NEW DELHI: Bharti Teletech has bid for Telecom Consultants India's 30 per cent stake in Bharti Hexacom, which if it succeeds, will give the group over 95 per cent control of the company. "TCIL wants to sell its stake in Hexacom. They had put out ...

RR Donnelley to acquire Office Tiger
BANGALORE: Office Tiger and RR Donnelley and Sons have inked a merger agreement in which RR Donnelly, a full-service global print provider and business solutions company, will acquire Office Tiger in an all cash deal. The transaction is subject ...

Bharat Forge's China venture
CHANGCHUN (CHINA): Bharat Forge on Monday formally launched a joint venture with China's FAW Corporation for manufacturing a range of forged automotive products. The new company, FAW Bharat Forge (Changchun) Co Ltd will be based in Changchun, ...

Bonus units announced for UTI-ULIP members
CHENNAI: UTI Unit Linked Insurance Plan (UTI-ULIP) has announced a bonus of two units for every 15 units of Rs. 10 each. The record date is March 30. The net asset value per unit was Rs. 16.9918 on March 17, says a ...

Maveric Systems gets ISEB accreditation
CHENNAI: Maveric systems, a leading independent software testing company with a strong focus in the banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) vertical, announced on Monday that it has been accredited by the Information Systems ...

Carborundum Universal to raise $50 m
MUMBAI: Carborundum Universal has decided to raise $50 million from the international or the domestic market by way of foreign currency convertible bonds or other instruments. At a meeting held recently, the board has approved the proposal to ...

Kyocera and Brightstar sign pact
CHENNAI: Kyocera Wireless Corp, a leading global manufacturer of CDMA wireless handsets and devices, and Brightstar Corp., an international wireless distribution and supply chain solutions company, have entered into agreement under which, Kyocera ...

Valuemart signs agreement with U.S. firm
MUMBAI: Software development and BPO company, Valuemart Info Technologies, has signed an agreement with BIAS Corporation of the U.S. as an offshore delivery partner for providing back-end development and maintenance support. As part of the ...

Reliance Cap appoints Jhunjhunwala as Vice Chairman
MUMBAI: Anil Ambani-controlled Reliance Capital Ltd has appointed Amitabh Jhunjhunwala as the Vice Chairman of the company. Jhunjhunwala, earlier director, was appointed by the board at the meeting held on Monday. He had joined the board on March ...

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