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Cancellation of telecast rights — Constitution Bench to hear Zee's plea from today
THE three-judge Bench of the Supreme Court, headed by Mr Justice N. Santosh Hegde, today referred the petition filed by Zee Telefilms challenging the cancellation of the telecast rights and re-opening the bidding process by the Board of Control ... More

Zee, ESPN eye Australian series
BOTH Zee Telefilms and ESPN Software are trying to bag the telecast rights of the Australian tour of India commencing on October 6 and have made separate proposals to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Zee Telefilms, in a letter ... More

Tata Motors lists on NYSE
Tata Motors on Monday became the first company in the Indian engineering sector to list its securities on the New York Stock Exchange. The company listed its Depository Shares Programme on the NYSE through conversion of its existing ... More

TVS cos Sundaram Finance, Lakshmi General to merge
TWO TVS Group companies, Sundaram Finance Ltd and Lakshmi General Finance Ltd, have decided to merge. The boards of both the companies have taken a decision to this effect, Sundaram Finance has said in a press release. Sundaram Finance has ... More

8 resolutions put to vote at Federal Bank AGM
EVEN as counting in the keenly contested election to the board of Federal Bank was in progress, a large number of proxy votes have been found to be invalid. These proxy votes were found invalid due to different technical reasons such as the ... More

Buying interest in small-cap shares baffles brokers
ON a day when most of the stocks indices closed lower, there was active buying in mid-cap and small-cap companies' shares with every 10th stock traded on BSE hitting the upper circuit on Monday. A stock locked in upper circuit means that there ... More

BSNL plans big broadband push — Targets 198 cities, 1 million users by 2005
BHARAT Sanchar Nigam Ltd has made aggressive plans to reach 198 cities by 2005 for broadband services. The state-owned company, which plans to get one million broadband subscribers by 2005, is in talks with at least four private sector ... More

Monsoon seen ending 12 pc below normal
THE wagging tail of monsoon is creating quite a splash in the peninsula — but just not enough to cover the crucial July deficit, forcing the India Meteorological Department (IMD) to scale down the end-season performance to around 12 per ... More

Mid-term review of credit policy on Oct 26
THE Reserve Bank of India will unveil the mid-term review of the annual policy statement for 2004-05, on October 26. Bankers said while the RBI does not wait for the bi-annual announcements to come out with monetary measures, domestic financial ... More




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