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ENGINEERING
Swaraj Engines net at Rs 3.4 cr
NEW DELHI: Swaraj Engines has recorded an increase of about 90 per cent in its revenues in the second quarter of the current fiscal to Rs 27.6 crore as opposed to Rs 14.2 crore in the same period last year. The company's net profit in ... More

SOFTWARE
TCS net rises 51.8 pc in Q2 — Half-year revenues cross $1-billion mark
TATA Consultancy Services Ltd has reported a year-on-year increase of 51.8 per cent in net profit (excluding exceptional items) and a 43.5 per cent increase in consolidated revenues for the quarter ended September 30, 2004, under US ... More

Hughes Soft Q2 net up 52 pc
HUGHES Software Systems (HSS) has posted a 52-per cent increase in net profit for the second quarter ended September 2004 at Rs 25.8 crore on standalone basis, with the performance largely volume-driven. With major growth coming from services ... More

NBFCS
Magma Leasing H1 up 65%
MAGMA Leasing Ltd recorded a growth of over 65 per cent (volume terms) in its disbursements for the first half of the current financial year (ended September 30, 2004) at Rs 577.75 crore, against Rs 360 crore achieved in the corresponding period ... More




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