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`Leather industry has potential to improve performance'
CHENNAI, JAN. 31. The 20th annual edition of the India International Leather Fair (IILF-2005) got under way here today with speakers at the inaugural function underlining the need for the Indian leather industry to strengthen its position in the ...
GDP growth rate revised upwards to 8.5 p.c. for 2003-04
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31.Economic growth in 2003-04 is now estimated at 8.5 per cent as against 8.2 per cent earlier, according to the quick estimates of national income released today by the Central Statistical Organisation (CSO). The improved growth ...
Tata Motors maintains growth, ups market share
MUMBAI, JAN. 31.Buoyed by the continued upswing in the economic activity, Tata Motors has maintained profitable growth, increased market share in commercial and passenger vehicles and achieved significant growth in exports for the period ended ...
ONGC benefits from higher crude prices
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31.Higher crude oil prices in world markets have given a bonanza to the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), which today reported a doubling of net profit in the third quarter of the current fiscal. The net profit rose to Rs. ...
Sensex zooms 137 points on PF reforms
MUMBAI, JAN. 31. The Bombay Stock Exchange sensitive index gained 136.84 points today, recording its fourth straight gain, to close at a record 6555.94, as the Central Government allowed non-government pension funds to invest in stock markets and ...
4 point drop in consumer index
SHIMLA, JAN. 31. The Consumer Price Index number for Industrial Workers (base 1982=100) decreased by four points during December 2004 to 521. The point-to-point rate of inflation based on CPI-IW also fell from 4.17 per cent in November to 3.78 ...
MTNL set to lose Rs. 550 crores
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31.The Telecom Disputes Settlement Appelate Tribunal (TDSAT) today refused to grant a stay to MTNL's petition challenging the new access deficit charge (ADC) regime where the public sector undertaking would lose Rs. 550 crores. ...
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