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Reliance signs pact for exploration in Oman block
RELIANCE Industries Ltd on Saturday acquired exploration rights to one of the large deepwater blocks in the Sultanate of Oman, the company said on Saturday. In a statement issued today, RIL said the Exploration and Production Sharing Agreement ... More

ACCOUNTING STANDARDS


Quality review board posts may be limited to experts from select fields
EXPERTS from the fields of law, finance and accountancy may alone be allowed to form part of the proposed quality review boards (QRBs). These boards are expected to review the quality of audit, secretarial and cost accounting firms and fix ... More

PREFERENTIAL ALLOTMENTS


FEMA effect: Govt limits dividend payable to foreign investors on preference shares
IN line with the provisions of the new Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), the Government has started restricting the maximum amount of dividend payable by an Indian company to its foreign investor going in for preference shares. During ... More

ACCOUNTANCY


Align accountancy profession with WTO regime: Minister
THE Company Affairs Minister, Mr Prem Chand Gupta, has stressed on the need to align the accountancy profession in the light of the WTO and emerging international economic environment. He was speaking at the inauguration of the Diamond Jubilee ... More

CORPORATE BONDS


TCI NCDs get `CARE AA-'
HYDERABAD: Transport Corporation of India Ltd (TCI) has informed the stock exchanges that CARE Ltd has assigned a `CARE AA-' to its proposed non-convertible debenture (NCDs) issue of Rs 10 crore. According to the company, the NCDs would ... More

FIXED DEPOSITS


FD OPTIONS
Madras Cements offers 6 pc for 1-yr deposits
Madras Cements: An investment in the one-year option of the fixed deposit programme can be considered, but only to park a part of the funds that one may otherwise leave in a bank deposit for a similar period or less, and not out of funds ... More

NEW PROJECTS


Sakata Inx to pump in Rs 25 cr in new facility
SAKATA Inx (India) Ltd, a subsidiary of Sakata Inx Corporation, Japan, is expanding its product range to make inks for the offset printing and publishing segment. The company is a major manufacturer of gravure printing inks used on flexible ... More

RIGHTS ISSUE


Nicholas okays rights issue
MUMBAI: Nicholas Piramal India Ltd (NPIL) is going in for a rights issue to raise funds up to Rs 350 crore. The company's board, at a meeting here on Saturday, approved the rights issue of equity shares to its shareholders, a company ... More
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