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Datamatics to pay Rs 2.5

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Mumbai , May 12

THE Mumbai-based Datamatics Technologies has informed the BSE that its board of directors has recommended a final dividend of 25 per cent for 2004-05.

At a meeting today, the board also appointed Chairman Dr Lalit S. Kanodia as Wholetime Director for five years effective from May 16, 2005.

Mr Vidur Bhogilal was appointed as Additional Director for five years effective from the same date.

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