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Sarin to step down as Vodafone CEO
Bajaj Electricals maintains dividend
CHENNAI: Bajaj Electricals has maintained the dividend at 80 per cent for the year ended March 31, 2008. The company has achieved a net profit of Rs. 73.1 crore against 38.6 per cent, a growth of 89.4 per cent over the corresponding period in ...
Link group to acquire stake in Intime
CHENNAI: Link group, a leading Australian-based registry and financial services company, proposes to acquire a stake in Intime Spectrum. After completion of the acquisition, the name of Intime Spectrum will be changed to Link Intime, says a ...
Maytas Infra to develop power plant
HYDERABAD: Maytas Infra Ltd., a Hyderabad-based construction and infrastructure development company, announced here on Tuesday that it had been awarded India’s first washery reject coal-based power plant contract of 120-megawatt (MW) ...
Gulf Oil to pay Rs. 1.50 dividend per share
HYDERABAD: Hyderabad-based Hinduja group company Gulf Oil Corporation has reported a 24 per cent increase in its turnover at Rs. 747.16 crore and a net profit of Rs. 25.13 crore, a growth of 9 per cent in 2007-08. The company announced a ...
NIIT’s cargo operational system at BIA
CHENNAI: NIIT Technologies has announced a collaboration with the National Aviation Company of India and Singapore Airport Terminal Services, AI SATS Airport Services, involving the implementation of a cargo operational system to support the ...
British Midlands expands
CHENNAI: The British Midlands of the U.K., a government-funded organisation dedicated to attracting investment from international business, has set a priority for the Indian market, as Indian businesses are looking to expand their presence ...
New head for Jefferies International
CHENNAI: Jefferies International Limited, the U.K. subsidiary of the U.S.-based Jefferies group of the U.S. has announced the hiring of Sidharth Punshi as Managing Director and Country Head in India, according to a release. — Corporate ...
NCDEX, NSE JV gets CERC nod
MUMBAI: The National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange and the National Stock Exchange combine has received an in-principle approval from the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) for setting up a power exchange, PTI reports ...
Tata Steel gets go ahead for mines
MUMBAI: Tata Steel has received mineral concession approvals from the Ministry of Mines for two large mines — one for iron ore in Jharkhand and the other for chromeore in Manipur. Both of these are prospecting ...
’Fare hikes to follow rise in fuel prices’
BERLIN: With high global crude prices hitting bottomlines of airlines, Jet Airways chief Naresh Goyal on Tuesday said the industry, including his own carrier, would have to raise fares to stay away from a crisis. ...
KVK to list on London Alternative market
LONDON: Southern India’s KVK Energy, which owns and operates five power plants in that region and has secured funding to build another five, has joined other Indian companies to list on London’s Alternative Investment Market. ...
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