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BSNL, PNB tie up for payment of phone bills
NEW DELHI: Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. on Friday collaborated with Punjab National Bank (PNB) for payment of telephone bills by post-paid mobile BSNL customers through latter’s 1,700 ATMs across the country. For fixed-line customers, ...
HPCL implements IBM solution
BANGALORE: Hindustan Petroleum Corporation is implementing a radio frequency identification solution designed by IBM, to monitor movement of LPG cylinders. HPCL can track the cylinders during bottling, distribution and at the supply chain ...
20 Microns IPO opens on September 8
CHENNAI: The Vadodara-based 20 Microns, a leader in the micronised minerals, is entering the capital market on September 8 with its initial public offering of 43.51 lakh equity shares of Rs. 10 each for cash at a price to be decided through a ...
Alcatel-Lucent appoints new board members
NEW DELHI: Alcatel-Lucent’s board of directors has approved the appointment of Philippe Camus as the company’s non-executive Chairman as of October 1. Ben Verwaayen will be the chief executive officer. Mr. Ben will also join the ...
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