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BUSINESS
RCom to invest Rs. 7,000 crore
Will build the world's largest IP network over submarine cable systems

Tatas, Lanco bag Mundra, Sasan ultra mega power projects
Cabinet to discuss new hydel power policy soon: Shinde

Science-to-software training, TCS way
The programme will train 500 science graduates

In race for Hutch-Essar
MUMBAI/LONDON: Reliance Communications (RCom) on Wednesday joined the battle to acquire mobile major Hutch-Essar and is pitted against compatriot Essar and the U.K.'s Vodafone, which has reportedly valued the joint venture at $17-18 ...

Tatas pursue expansion in U.S.
Bet on hotels, auto parts sectors

Sensex edges down
MUMBAI: The stock markets snapped a straight four-session gaining streak on Thursday, as bulls lost hold on early gains on the last day of derivatives contract. Trading pattern was mixed on alternate bouts of buying and selling and was mainly ...

Thermax to set up unit in China
Plans to invest $8 million

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Sops to hilly States to stay
NEW DELHI: Excise duty and other tax exemptions for attracting industries to hilly States may not go away, but could be limited to fresh investments in the Union Budget for 2007-08. "Government may fine-tune the (industrial package) scheme in ...

NTPC to form JV in Sri Lanka
MUMBAI: NTPC is foraying into Sri Lanka by signing a memorandum of agreement with the Sri Lankan Government and Ceylon Electricity Board to develop a coal based 2X250 MW power ...

Infosys Q3 results on January 11
BANGALORE: Infosys Technologies will announce results for its third quarter ended December 31 on January 11. The results will also be available on
Lenovo opens innovation centre
NEW DELHI: Chinese personal computer major Lenovo announced the launch of its first innovation centre in Mumbai in partnership with Intel, Microsoft, IBM and Cisco, which would focus on the development of new PC ...

ICICI Bank launches loan disbursement card
CHENNAI: ICICI Bank has launched Easy Cash Card. With this card, customers can load a personal loan up to Rs. 50,000 and can use it like a debit card to access money instantly. Customers have an option the next time they apply for an ICICI Bank ...

Surana Industries lists on NSE
CHENNAI: The shares of Surana Industries Limited (SIL), a Chennai-based manufacturer of steel, have got listed on the National Stock Exchange (NSE). The equity shares have been admitted for dealing at a face value of Rs. 10 each on Thursday. The ...

PNB hikes PLR to 11.75 p.c.
NEW DELHI: To maintain profitability, Punjab National Bank today hiked prime lending rate by 0.25 percentage point to 11.75 percentage point. After raising term deposit rates twice in quick succession by 0.25-0.75 per cent, the bank said it was ...

Ranbaxy ties up with AEGON
NEW DELHI: Ranbaxy promoter group has roped in European insurance major AEGON to float life insurance and asset management joint ventures in India. Ranbaxy and the Hague-based AEGON signed definitive agreements for setting up two companies. ...

ISO 9001:2000 for Campus-Abroad
CHENNAI: Campus-Abroad, an overseas education consultancy, has been awarded ISO 9001:2000 certificate by the International Certification Services (Asia Pvt. Limited), accredited by Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand. It has ...

ORB Energy to expand market
MANGALORE: ORB Energy, headquartered in Singapore, opened its fifth sales outlet in the country, in Mangalore, on Wednesday. Announcing the opening of the new unit B. R. Gururaj, in-charge of the unit, told a press conference here that the ...

Chemical Engineer's conference
CHENNAI: A four-day Chemical Engineer's conference, Chemcon 2006, commenced on Wednesday at GNFC Township, Bhauruch. The event is organised by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers, Ankleshwar, Regional Chapter. Thirty eminent scientists from ...




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