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DoT gets ex parte stay on Idea-Spice merger
The Aditya Birla group company will oppose the move
Hieronimus named Chairman of MindTree
Ruia considering shifting Dunlop mother unit
NSE exploring use of mobiles for trading
CHENNAI: National Stock Exchange of India Ltd. (NSE) is exploring the possibility of enabling investors to trade through handheld portable devices, said its Chairman L. Vijay Kelkar recently. Delivering the second R. Venkataraman ...
Exports cross $200-b mark
NEW DELHI: Continuing on the path of robust growth, exports posted a 50 per cent growth in February breaching the $200-billion target set for 2010-11. Shipments are likely to end with about $225 billion on the back of a strong demand from the ...
Thapar group expands into container logistics sector
NEW DELHI: Indicon Logistics, a subsidiary of Karam Chand Thapar (KCT) group, on Thursday announced its major expansion into the container logistics sector with an investment of Rs.500 crore in the next three years. The company will ...
Indian firms saved 2,500 U.S. jobs: CII survey
Trade in goods and services had grown exponentially
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