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Nokia to firm up plant location by next month
MOBILE phone maker Nokia expects to decide on the location of its manufacturing facility in India by next month even as it plans to reduce prices of its handsets. Nokia's head for marketing, Mr Sanjay Behl, told newspersons on the sidelines of ... More

Aditya Hotels' new pub
HYDERABAD: The managing partners of Aditya Hotels have come up with a swank new pub `The Sixth Element' at Panjagutta here. According to its promoters, Mr Rami Reddy and Mr Shiva Prasad, the pub has unique design, luxurious settings and ... More


AAAI plans book releases for diamond jubilee
THE Advertising Agencies Association of India (AAAI) has announced its plan to introduce a host of publications on business practices as part of its initiatives to mark 60 years of professional involvement in the country. The publications lined ... More


Sony World Pune unveils customer loyalty programmes
The Pune Sony World is also launching another innovative concept, the Sony World on Wheels. More

Narain Karthikeyan to sport Amara Raja logo
TEAM Jordan's Narain Karthikeyan will sport one more logo of an Indian manufacturer — Amara Raja Batteries (ARBL) — on his racing suit for the next six months. According to a release from Amara Raja Batteries, the ... More


Landmark Group to unveil fashion apparel brand Max
THE Dubai-based Landmark Group is expected to unveil a new value fashion apparel retailing venture in India under the brand Max. The first store is scheduled to open in mid-2006 and will offer clothing options to men, women and kids, besides ... More


Tribal DDB to unveil media tools with Mudra
Media tools is first in the series of initiatives planned by the Tribal DDB after a strategic tie-up with Mudra Communications. More


Direct sale of Flavourit spices from today
The products can be booked at head post offices. More


`88 cos selling substandard drinking water'
AS many as 88 companies in Andhra Pradesh are selling substandard packaged drinking water, according to the State Finance Minister, Mr K. Rosaiah. Replying to a question in the Legislative Assembly during question hour on Friday, Mr Rosaiah ... More


Samsung to invest $5 m to manufacture key component
SAMSUNG India is planning to invest about $5 million at its plant in Noida to commence manufacturing of heat exchangers, a key air-conditioner component. According to Mr Pradeep Tognatta, senior Vice-President, HA - Sales, Samsung India ... More

Paes launches tennis apparel
NEW DELHI: Tennis star Leander Paes has teamed up with retail organisation Dellta Sports to launch his own tennis apparel called Dellta LEEG. Dellta LEEG includes tennis shirts, shorts and t-shirts for men and tennis skirts, tops and ... More

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