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Saturday, October 15, 2005
Inflation crosses four per cent
`Govt. committed to keep inflation within 5.5 p.c.'
Citigroup promotes centre on microfinance
Institution will help Indian women attain financial literacy
Tata Motors likely to increase car prices
Newly launched Indica V2 to cost Rs. 4.10-4.30 lakh
New service from Tata Tele
`Non-stop mobile' offers a host of features
Sensex crashes 175 points
Low foreign investment inflow, weak global trend and rise in inflation trigger selling
Kamal Nath to review export performance
NEW DELHI: Union Minister for Commerce and Industry Kamal Nath has convened a meeting on October 18 to review the export performance with heads of all export promotion councils (EPCs) and commodity boards. The focus of discussions at the meeting ...
India Cements raises $100 m through GDS
CHENNAI: India Cements Ltd. on Friday said it had raised $100 million through the issue of 2.31 crore global depositary shares (GDSs). The GDSs, each representing two underlying equity shares, are priced at $4.32 and will be listed on the EuroMTF ...
Essar group to set up steel plant in Trinidad
KOLKATA: The Essar group is in the process of setting up a two million tonne capacity steel plant in Trinidad and Tobago, at a cost of $1.2 billion, High Commissioner of the Republic of Trindad and Tobago in India, Pundit Maniedeo Persad, told ...
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