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Tata Motors plans listing in New York
MUMBAI, JULY 28.The directors of Tata Motors have approved a proposal to list the company's outstanding Global Depository Receipts (GDRs) on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in the form of American Depository Receipts (ADRs) during this ...

TCS hopes to raise Rs. 5000 crores
MUMBAI, JULY 28.The Tata-controlled Tata Consultancy Services hopes to raise about Rs. 5,000 crore from the capital market through the initial public offering which opens tomorrow. The public offer for 5.54 crore shares of Re 1 each with an ...

Idea, Hutch offer high speed internet services
NEW DELHI, JULY 28.Two leading cellular operators — Idea and Hutch — today launched Enhanced Data for GSM Evolution (EDGE) services, offering higher Internet connection speed, quick downloads and other multimedia services on mobiles. ...

Birlas, Lodhas asked to file affidavits
KOLKATA, JULY 28.The first round of legal battle over ownership of the Rs. 5,000-crore M. P. Birla empire got off today in a jam packed room at the Calcutta High Court. Justice Kalyanjyoti Sengupta asked the Birlas to file within two weeks an ...

TVS Motors eyeing export market
CHENNAI, JULY 28.Even as it is trying hard to regain the last ground in the domestic market, TVS Motors (TVS-M) is pushing its vehicles on the international roads in a big way. In the current year the company is hoping to drive 50,000 ...

The business ethics of J.R.D. Tata
IN the public mind, ethics in business is mainly identified with financial integrity. Important as that is, the real meaning of ethics goes beyond that. The dictionary defines it as "the science of morals in human conduct, a moral principle or ...

Connect 2004 to showcase Tamil Nadu's ICT skills
CHENNAI, JULY 28.The focus will be on domestic enterprise ICT (information, communication and technology) market, solutions for manufacturing, services and government sector at Connect 2004, the fourth edition of Tamil Nadu's annual ICT ...

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    GTB board meet on August 4
    HYDERABAD, JULY 28.(Ahead of its announced merger with Oriental Bank of Commerce, the audited financial results of the beleaguered private sector Global Trust Bank (GTB) Limited for the year ended March 31, 2004, will be considered by the board ...

    Bharti demand rejected
    NEW DELHI, JULY 28.In a major setback to Sunil Mittal promoted Bharti group, the Government has turned down the company's demand for refund of Rs. 145 crores for surrendering four basic licences. The Department of Telecom (DoT) has stated that ...

    Clarifications on excise exemptions
    COIMBATORE: The Central excise assessees have been requested to contact the nearest Central Excise offices for clarifications on the excise duty exemptions for the textile industry. According to a release, the Union budget has exempted various ...

    SIEMA names office bearers
    COIMBATORE: The following were elected office-bearers of the Southern India Engineering Manufacturers' Association for 2004 - 2005 and 2005-2006 at the annual general meeting of the association held here on Wednesday. C. R. Swaminathan (Chief ...

    New Horizons to expand in South India
    BANGALORE: New Horizons India Ltd., a joint venture between New Horizons Worldwide Inc., a global IT trainer for enterprise customers, and Shriram Global Technologies, will invest around Rs. 60 crores to expand its IT training business in South ...

    GRD college signs MoU
    COIMBATORE: The GRD Academy of Management and Galileo India Pvt. Ltd. have entered into a memorandum of understanding. According to the agreement, students of the international diploma in travel and tourism management programme of the academy ...

    New home projector from Onida
    CHENNAI: Mirc Electronics has introduced the C110 home projector in the Indian market. The projector uses the latest digital processing technology from Texas Instruments, provides a stunning 2000:1 contract ratio and automatic de interlacing for ...

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  • Infotech revenue up 49 p.c.
  • US&S' system for Railways
  • Camlin Pharma diversifies
  • AirTel rewards ICICI Bank credit card
  • Railways save Rs. 423 cr.
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