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Saturday, September 30, 2006
SEZs only way forward for job growth, says CII
Focus on manufacturing and not services
BILT to invest Rs 1,200 crore
Negotiates with the State Government for putting up pulp plant
PM reviews mining policy
Asks Mines Minister to consult CMs of dissenting States
GDP growth 8.9 p.c. in April-June
Commercial vehicles, passenger traffic in aviation industry fuel growth
Planters seek higher subsidy
NEW DELHI: Representatives from the United Planters' Association of Southern India (UPASI) and the Coffee Exporters' Association (CEA) met Union Minister of Commerce and Industry Kamal Nath here on Friday and sought his help for the uplift of ...
Inflation rate declines to 4.56 p.c.
NEW DELHI: The inflation rate fell to 4.56 per cent for the week ended September 16 from 4.61 per cent in the previous week owing to lower prices of food items and industrial fuels. ...
Reliance to cut petrol, diesel prices
NEW DELHI: Reliance Industries Ltd. on Friday said that it would cut petrol and diesel prices by a rupee from October 1.
Traditional knowledge products identified
NEW DELHI: India will soon put up on the Internet names of 1.07 lakh Traditional Knowledges (TKs) belonging to the country and which cannot be patented by anyone in the world, Secretary in the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion Ajay ...
Kirloskar Brothers acquires Chennai co.
MUMBAI: Kirloskar Brothers on Friday said it had acquired Chennai-based Aban Constructions Pvt. Ltd. (ACPL) for Rs. 57.70 crore. ...
SAT upholds SEBI order on demat charges
MUMBAI: The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) on Friday upheld a SEBI order, which asked depositories and their participants not to levy charges on investors seeking to close demat accounts while switching over to another service provider. ...
Leyland offloads 3 p.c. stake in IndusInd Bank
Bajaj Electricals sales up
HYDERABAD: Bajaj Electricals, a part of the Bajaj Group, hopes to reach the Rs. 1,000 crore turnover mark by the end of the current fiscal. At a press conference here on Thursday, Shekhar Bajaj, Chairman and Managing Director said that last year, ...
24/7 Customer to raise head count by 1,000
HYDERABAD: 24/7 Customer, a business process outsourcing company, announced its plans on Thursday to focus on its Hyderabad operations and increase the head count by 1,000. In a press release, its founder and Chief Operating Officer, S. ...
Programmes on 2007 Microsoft office system
NEW DELHI: Microsoft Corporation India Pvt. Ltd. on Wednesday said it was running a host of programmes to prepare, enable and take feedback from the partner community for the launch of the `2007 Microsoft Office System.' Microsoft has already met ...
Gitanjali group launches Diamond Price Index
NEW DELHI: The Gitanjali group on Friday launched the Diamond Price Index and online diamond store, ezeediamonds.com, to promote diamonds as an investment option. Gitanjili Gems Vice President Anuj Rakyan told reporters here on Friday ...
Laser Soft's solution to Syndicate Bank
CHENNAI: Syndicate Bank has become the latest to use `e-circular,' developed by Laser Soft Infosystems which facilitates instant delivery of circulars, application formats and loan agreements from the head office of a bank (in electronic form) to ...
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