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Panel moots due diligence for private bank directors
The group recommended creating a pool of professional and talented people for board-level appointments in banks More

Natural gas at market prices to power, fertiliser cos: Naik
FERTILISER and power producers using natural gas will now have to pay market prices for the feedstock. The Cabinet will shortly take a view on revising natural gas prices. Hereafter, there will be no subsidy for use of gas as feedstock, Mr Ram ... More

Amul utterly keen on creaming Hind Lever
THE battle for supremacy in the Rs 525-crore organised Indian ice-cream market has assumed overtly aggressive dimensions, with the Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF, which owns the Amul brand) asserting that it will displace ... More

HLL not to abandon bonus debentures
HINDUSTAN Lever Ltd (HLL) today said it had no plans to abandon the proposal to issue bonus debentures. There were reports that HLL's issue of bonus debentures could be impacted because of the proposal of Finance Bill 2002 to tax ... More

B-school holds its own...
AT a time when campus recruitments are at a low due to prolonged recessionary trend, for a placement seeker from a B-school it is an uphill task both in terms of choice of organisation and package. Under these times, the first batch of Indian ... More

JPC to probe redemption of US 64 last May
THE Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probing the 2001 securities scam will look into all aspects of the redemption of units in US 64 during May last year by the state-owned institutions such as the State Bank of India and also by several ... More

HLL withdraws 2 low-end products
IN a further indication of its strategy to focus on the premium ice-cream segment rather than targeting volumes per se, Hindustan Lever Ltd (HLL) has withdrawn two low-priced Kwality Walls products — Jaljeera Blast and Max ... More


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