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Manmohan to review performance of infrastructure ministries on July 1
The Power Ministry is one of the worst performers

Bharti restructure will have minimal impact on jobs
NEW DELHI: Bharti has embarked upon restructuring its business by merging three business verticals into one that may lead to cutting of some jobs. “The restructuring exercise will have minimal impact on the people,” Bharti ...

Mukherjee to discuss surge in capital flows at U.S. meet
NEW DELHI: India and the U.S. will discuss issues such as capital flows to developing nations and financial sector reforms at the three-day meeting in Washington beginning Monday. Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, who will leave for the ...

Gems and jewellery exports up 33.5 %
NEW DELHI: Matching the rise in overall growth of exports, gems and jewellery exports have posted a robust growth of 33.5 per cent year-on-year at $3.7 billion in May this year as demand increased from markets like the UAE and the ...

Harish Manwani is Unilever COO
MUMBAI: Harish Manwani who is now Unilever's President for Asia, Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, will take over as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) giant from September 1 and will take responsibility ...

CESC pays Rs.4
KOLKATA: Power utility company CESC ended 2010-11 with a 12.7 per cent increase in its net profit which touched Rs.488 crore on a 19 per cent higher turnover of Rs.3,293 crore on the back of a 7.1 per cent increase in sales by volume. ...

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