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Service sector rebounds in BRIC countries
KPMG survey reveals a step-up in recruitment
Business confidence shows improvement: CII
NEW DELHI:The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in its bi-annual business outlook survey has held out a boost in business confidence during April to September 2009-10. The CII Business Confidence Index improved by 2.4 ...
Real Estate Investment Trust on anvil: SEBI
KOLKATA: The Chairman of Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), C. B. Bhave, has said that a Real Estate Investment Trust was on anvil and work on it was progressing. Participating in an interactive session organised by Bharat ...
Incipient signs of recovery: RBI
Comfortable forex reserves to take care of short-term volatility
Eveready to acquire stake in French co
KOLKATA: Dry cell battery maker, Eveready Industries India Ltd. (EIIL) has decided to buy into a French company engaged in manufacturing and distributing rechargeable batteries and allied products. This would be the company’s first ...
Sarma new TRAI chief
NEW DELHI: Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) member J. S. Sarma on Thursday took over as the new Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) Chairman, succeeding Nripendra Misra. TRAI Member A. K. Sawhney had been ...
Exit polls prove a dampener for Sensex
MUMBAI: Sterlite, Bharti Airtel and Tata Motors were the principal losers on Thursday on the Bombay Stock Exchange as the benchmark Sensex dropped further by 147 points on sustained selling, mainly due to the current political ...
Canon to enhance retail business
New notebooks from Samsung
BANGALORE: Samsung India on Thursday launched a new range of notebook and mini-notebook computers. Company Director (IT Business) Ranjit Singh Yadav said “we expect mini notebooks to form 40 to 45 per cent of our total sales this ...
Hindustan Motors posts Rs. 38 cr loss
KOLKATA: Hindustan Motors entered the loss zone, reporting a Rs. 25.30 crore loss in the fourth quarter of 2008-09 against a net profit of Rs. 10.90 crore in the year-ago period. Net loss for the whole year stood at Rs. 38.90 crore against a ...
Hinduja Ventures announces Rs. 10 per share
CHENNAI: The directors of Hinduja Ventures have declared a dividend of Rs. 10 per share. The company has reported a consolidated total income of Rs. 339.82 crore for 2008-09 as compared to Rs. 259.99 crore in the previous year, a rise of 30.7 ...
Joyalukkas to open showrooms across Gulf
KOCHI: Joyalukkas group is set to open three showrooms in the next fortnight in Bahrain, Dubai and Qatar, according to a release. According to Joy Alukkas, Chairman of the group, the first of the three new showrooms will be opened in Bahrain ...
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