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Techna plans software centre in Kolkata
TECHNA, the Silicon Valley-headquartered IT company, has announced plans to set up a software development centre here at an estimated investment of Rs 5 crore. Since 1991, Techna has been operating from the Standard Design Facility (SDF) ... More

CORPORATE DISPUTES


SABMiller still keen on SWC stake
SABMILLER, the world's second largest brewer, has indicated that it will remain on course to buy a strategic stake in the Manu Chhabria family controlled Shaw Wallace & Co's (SWC) beer business. This comes in the wake of a legal note ... More

HUMAN RESOURCES


The good old gold hunt is now a training tool!
THE objective is to get as much gold as possible, in a limited timeframe with limited resources such as fuel, food, tents, etc. In the process, you also have provisioners who provide the gold and from whom you buy/exchange your resources. You ... More

CORPORATE BONDS


KBJNL moots steps to reduce cost of borrowings
Krishna Bhagya Jala Nigam Ltd, incorporated in 1994-95, is implementing the project partly by funds borrowed from the market. KBJNL had raised Rs 350 crore last year through a public issue of secured redeemable bonds. More

ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES


Color Chips ties up with ESPN
COLOR CHIPS India Ltd, the city-based software and animation solutions provider, has announced that it has tied-up with the leading international sports television channel — ESPN — for development and creation of characters in ... More

INTERVIEW


`Completion bonds have worked very well' — Mr Bobby Bedi, MD, Kaleidoscope Entertainment Pvt Ltd
MR BOBBY Bedi's is an interesting career. A product of St Stephen's College and Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, he started off as a sales executive at HCL Ltd, became a product manager at Philips India Ltd and eventually, one of ... More

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Amway plans India as base to service Asian market
THE Rs 625-crore Amway India Enterprises - the wholly owned subsidiary of the US-based, $5-billion Amway Corporation - proposes to make India a manufacturing base for servicing other markets in Asia. "Exporting Amway products made in ... More
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