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GDP growth could be higher than 7.2 %: Pranab Mukherjee
‘Integration of the economy with the rest of the world brings new challenges’
Tikona Digital launches Wi-Bro service
14 firms bid for Mormugao project
IFFCO to make foray into potash, oil and gas
Forms strategic alliance with Canadian company GrowMax Agri Corp
Court approved merger schemes attract stamp duty in Delhi
CHENNAI: A Delhi High Court ruling that stamp duty is payable on a court order approving the scheme of arrangement/amalgamation under Section 394 of the Companies Act has put corporates in Tamil Nadu in a tricky situation. The Delhi High ...
ArcelorMittal posts $1.07 b profit in Q4
BRUSSELS: ArcelorMittal SA, the world’s largest steel maker, on Wednesday posted a fourth quarter profit of $1.07 billion and said it expected demand to strengthen this year. Steel buyers worldwide were set to increase purchases ...
SAIL follow-on-offer to be sent to Cabinet
Will fetch the Centre and the firm Rs. 9,000 crore each
Markets snap three-day rally
Sensex drops 120 points on profit selling discarding strong global sentiment
Daiichi to market antihypertensive in Mexico
NEW DELHI: Daiichi Sankyo and Ranbaxy Mexico have agreed to commercialise olmesartan medoxomil, an antihypertensive discovered by Daiichi Sankyo, in Mexico. Additionally, the companies have agreed to promote prasugrel, an antiplatelet ...
NIIT Tech gets BSF contract
CHENNAI: Border Security Force (BSF) has approved the placement of contract for the Rs. 228 crore intranet Prahari project to NIIT Technologies. According to a release, the project involves setting up of complete infrastructure, network and ...
Texmo Pipes fixes price band at Rs. 85-90
CHENNAI: Texmo Pipes and Products will enter the capital market with its public offer of 50 lakh equity shares. According to a release, the company has fixed the price band at Rs. 85 – 90 per share. The offer opens on February 16 and ...
GMR-OSE consortium wins project in Karnataka
BANGALORE: The Consortium of GMR Infrastructure and Oriental Structural Engineers (OSE) has won Hungund-Hospet highway project on a build, operate and transfer (Toll) basis through the international competitive bidding route. GMR group will ...
Tata AIG ties up with co-operative bank
CHENNAI: Tata AIG Life Insurance Company has tied-up with Chennai Central Co-operative Bank (CCCB). According to a release, the tie-up will facilitate Tata AIG Life to penetrate deeper into the Tamil Nadu market through 64 branches of CCCB in ...
New radio technology from Alcatel-Lucent
CHENNAI: Alcatel-Lucent has introduced a new radio module, based on software defined radio technology that gives mobile service providers the flexibility to support any mix of 2G, GSM, 3G, W-CDMA/HSPA+ and long term evolution services ...
Bharti appoints new COO for Tamil Nadu
NEW DELHI: Bharti Airtel has appointed R. Anantharaman as Chief Operating Officer, Airtel Mobile Services, Tamil Nadu circle. Prior to this appointment, he was the COO for Airtel West Bengal and Orissa. — Corporate ...
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