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Israel court ruling favours Sun Pharma's Taro acquisition
Lifts temporary order that prohibited the closing of the offer
Online registration for cotton export contracts from September 15
NEW DELHI: After announcing that it was allowing export of 55 lakh cotton bales from October 1, the Central Government on Wednesday moved a step forward and announced that traders would be able to access online registration for export ...
Sensex recovers from early lows
MUMBAI: Recovering from early losses, the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark index, Sensex, on Wednesday ended almost 22 points higher at a fresh two-and-half year high, ignoring weak global cues. Rising for the third session in a row, the ...
High Court dismisses Vodafone tax case
Group company bought Hutchison's stake in Hutchison Essar
Murugappa unveils new brand identity
Nasscom terms U.S. move discriminatory
NEW DELHI: Terming the outsourcing ban threat by the State of Ohio in the U.S. as “discriminatory', the Indian information technology industry on Wednesday said any such move was against the policy of open markets and hampers promotion ...
Policy soon to boost manufacturing
NEW DELHI: In a move aimed at giving manufacturing a big boost, the Commerce and Industry Ministry will come out with a final policy framework for units to be set up in the proposed special manufacturing and investment zones by the end of this ...
United India Insurance bags award
United India Insurance Chairman-cum-Managing Director G. Srinivasan receiving the Business Leader award in the non-life insurance category from Union Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee at a function held in Mumbai recently. The award was ...
Virgin Mobile offers new pre-paid tariff
CHENNAI: Virgin Mobile India has launched economical GSM pre-paid tariff offer. Virgin Mobile customers can call anywhere across India, across any network at a flat rate of 40 paise a minutre. This applies to all local and STD calls without ...
Sujana Towers bags orders for Rs.148 crore
HYDERABAD: Sujana Towers has bagged three orders for the supply of transmission line towers, valued at Rs.148.38 crore, by SPIC SMO and SEW Infrastructure. These towers would be used in transmission lines being constructed by them for Power ...
2:5 bonus and rights from Karur Vysya Bank
MUMBAI: The board of directors of Karur Vysya Bank has decided to issue two bonus shares for every five shares held. The bank informed the Bombay Stock Exchange that the rights issue will also be in the same proportion (2:5) on the post-bonus ...
Nakoda to acquire Global Wind Power
BHOPAL: Nakoda, a leading player in the polyester filament yarn segment, is set to commence its wind power project in Madhya Pradesh. It proposes to acquire wind mills from Global Wind Power, a company floated by Reliance ADAG Group. The ...
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