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  • Serum Institute's anti-rabies vaccine in six months

    ANNOUNCEMENTS


    Ansal to build commercial complex in Delhi
    REAL estate developers Ansal Properties and Industries Ltd are in the process of setting up of a commercial-cum-shopping complex in the Palam Vihar region of the Capital. The complex, Palm Triangle, to be built over an area of 50,000 sq.ft., will ... More

  • Bajaj Auto workshop opened

    ACCOUNTING STANDARDS


  • ICAI hopeful of Act amendment

    MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS


    Disclosure under takeover code — SEBI seeks list of violators
    THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has asked stock exchanges to furnish cases of non-disclosures by companies listed with them. This follows the amnesty scheme for companies and shareholders announced by SEBI recently. ... More

    REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


    Compliance with SEBI Act: DCA notifies changes
    COMPANIES proposing to tap the capital market will now have to mandatorily give declaration on compliance with the guidelines issued by Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) also in their prospectus. Based on the recommendations of the ... More

    INTERVIEW


    `We never lost even one day due to strike in 20 years' — Mr Sanjay Budhia, promoter-Managing Director, Patton
    CATERING to nearly 60 per cent of the water storage tanks (both steel and plastic) market in the Eastern region, the Rs 100-crore Patton Ltd has won laurels as a recognised export house of engineering items during the last 10 years or so. ... More

    OUTLOOK


    `Huge market for e-governance projects' — Oracle in talks with many State Govts
    ORACLE Corporation, the world's largest enterprise software company, hopes to gain significant business from India's e-governance projects as a number of States are attempting to computerise more government departments. Oracle has already ... More

    Bajaj Auto charts course to regain market leadership
    Mr Sanjiv Bajaj said the company was catching up fast on motor cycles and expects to increase its two-wheeler sales to 1.55 million vehicles. More

    Alden Prepress bullish about Chennai
    FOR Alden Prepress Service Pvt Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the UK-based Alden Group, the decision to set up base in Chennai was guided by the city's emergence as a centre of excellence for data transfer and technical type setting. The ... More


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    `Infrastructure: In China, the government is venture capitalist' — Mr B. Sridhar, Director, Bengal Tiger Line

    `Huge market for e-governance projects' — Oracle in talks with many State Govts

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    `We will bid for SCI at realistic levels' — Mr Sashikant Ruia, Chairman of Essar group

    India Cements in talks with lenders for debt recast

    No RBI approval needed for prepaying ECBs up to $100 m

    NHPC hopes to be off Govt aid by 2008-09

    Electrolux Kelvinator board okays cut in offer size of rights issue

    Global operations to drive Asian Paints' sales


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