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Saturday, February 11, 2006
Anil Ambani group inks deal with WB Govt.
To set up advanced IT training institute with an investment of Rs.100 cr.
Move to tap Asian savings for infrastructure
India agrees to assist UNESCAP study
Assocham opposes curbs on couriers
Centre's proposal will undermine labour-intensive sector
Exim Bank debuts with Samurai bonds
Pharma Advisory Forum meet
NEW DELHI: Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilisers and Steel Ramvilas Paswan will deliver the keynote address at the first meeting of the Pharmaceutical Advisory Forum at Vigyan Bhawan here on Friday. ...
Import of sensitive items dips
NEW DELHI: Import of sensitive items during April-November 2005 has declined by 13.6 per cent to Rs. 10,756 crore from Rs. 12,452 crore in the corresponding period of the last fiscal. ...
NEW DELHI: Inflation fell to 4.30 per cent for the week ended January 28 from 4.51 per cent in the previous week mainly due to cheaper manufactured items. ...
Exim policy on GMO trade
NEW DELHI: The Government proposes to bring out comprehensive norms for export and import of genetically modified organisms (GMO). The Commerce Ministry is planning to bring trade of GMO items under the ambit of the Foreign Trade ...
Indo Tech Transformers' IPO
CHENNAI: Indo Tech Transformers, engaged in the manufacture of power and distribution transformers, has entered the capital market with its initial public offer of 39 lakh equity shares of Rs. 10 each at a price of Rs. 130 per equity share ...
Patel Engineering plans hydropower foray
CHENNAI: Patel Engineering plans to venture into hydropower generation. According to a release, the company will bid for independent power projects based on hydroelectric power. Rupen Patel, Managing Director, indicated that the company planned ...
Indusind Bank to issue bonds
CHENNAI: Indusind Bank informed the Bombay Stock Exchange that the committee of directors of the bank had approved private placement of non-convertible redeemable unsecured bonds equivalent to Rs. 250 crore (with a greenshoe option of Rs. 100 ...
Kothari Sugars to run Pandavapura's mill
CHENNAI: Kothari Sugars and Chemicals Ltd. (KSCL) said that it had entered into a lease agreement with Pandavapura SSK Ltd. in Karnataka. Under the seven-year pact, KSCL will run the Pandavapura's mill in Mandya district in Karnataka. According ...
Special services from Business Club Australia
CHENNAI: Business Club Australia, Melbourne, is offering special services to enable Indian businessmen to take advantage of the presence of trade and business representatives at the Commonwealth Games to be held in Melbourne between March 15 and ...
L&T secures UAE order
MUMBAI: Larsen & Toubro Limited (L&T) has secured an order from the Abu Dhabi Water and Electricity Authority (ADWEA) for the construction of 85 km long 220 kV transmission lines. Valued at AED 117.470 million (Rs. 144 crore), the project is
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