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Thursday, September 29, 2005
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Strike may disrupt air travel, banking — Rlys, BSNL, MTNL workers to stay away from stir
AIR travel and banking operations throughout the country will be disrupted tomorrow due to the one-day strike call given by trade unions to protest against the Government decision to privatise profit making public sector entities. However, ... More

Left says vote on Iran will have severe implications
THE Left parties have cautioned the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) that India's stand against Iran's nuclear programme in the International Atomic Energy Commission's (IAEA) meeting on Saturday may have severe implications on the supply of ... More

LNG deal still in force: Iran
"We did not expect India to do so. But friends should not judged by a single action." More

Sensex crosses 8,600 on short covering
Despite the rise in the main indices, the market breadth has remained negative for more than a week now. More

Dr Reddy's forms drug development firm to reduce research risks
DR REDDY'S Laboratories has roped in leading venture capital investors to support risk-ridden drug research initiatives. To fast-track drug development, the Hyderabad-based Dr Reddy's Lab has formed an integrated drug development company ... More

Escorts sells equity in heart institute to Fortis for Rs 585 cr
"The deal would allow Escorts to restructure debt and provide the requisite liquidity to turn around the business," Mr Nanda said. More

Infosys mulls entry into Kolkata
The Chairman and Chief Mentor of Infosys Ltd, Mr N.R. Narayana Murthy, on Wednesday met the West Bengal Chief Minister, Mr Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, and the West Bengal Minister for Information Technology, Mr Manabendra Mukherjee, during a visit ... More

Plan for EET-based savings taxation system by Oct 31
A DETAILED plan to migrate towards an EET-based taxation system for all kinds of savings is likely to be ready by October 31. An expert committee set up by the Finance Ministry to prepare a roadmap for this purpose has been asked to submit its ... More

New `low' forecast as monsoon exits northern rim
SOUTHWEST monsoon was declared as having exited west Rajasthan and parts of northwest India on Wednesday even as the pre-existing cyclonic circulation over north-central Bay of Bengal gained in strength. True to predictions by the National ... More




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