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Fire destroys 2 Balaji Tele sets
MUMBAI: Fire destroyed two sets belonging to Balaji Telefilms. There were no casualties, an official statement from the company said on Saturday. The sets were located at Chitrarth, Powai. The exact cause of the fire is not known and ... More


Cetex Petro launches food-grade lubricants
Indian legislations also mandate the use of food grade lubricants in units manufacturing food and pharma products. More

Jain Irrigation gets Rs 55-cr US order
MUMBAI: Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd has announced that its Plastic Sheet Division has received an order worth $12 million (Rs 55 crore) from two of its customers in American market. These orders are for a newly developed wood grain ... More

SpiceJet's acquisition of Boeing aircraft to be over in 2 years
SPICEJET'S acquisition of the ten Boeing 737 800 aircraft will be completed by 2007 end, according to its CEO, Mr Siddhanta Sharma. It would also lease four more aircraft between February and May next year, he said. The airline had gone in ... More


SkodaAuto commissions expanded assembly line
VOLKSWAGEN Group company SkodaAuto India announced on Saturday the commissioning of its expanded assembly line by Mr Vaclav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic. The new line would double production capacity from 15,000 units to 30,000 ... More


Amalgamations group founder's services recalled
A HOST of speakers led by Mr S. Ratnavel Pandian, former Supreme Court judge, paid tributes to the late S. Anantharamakrishnan, founder Chairman of the Amalgamations group, on the occasion of his birth centenary. They recalled his contribution ... More


Haldiram to diversify into biscuits, pastas and noodles
HALDIRAM Marketing Pvt Ltd, manufacturers of Haldiram's brand of Indian snack foods, is to diversify into production of biscuits, pastas and noodles. According to Mr Manohar Agarwal, Managing Director, the company plans to invest over Rs 50 ... More


Tata Steel-Blue Scope venture to focus on steel-intensive buildings
THE recent joint venture between Tata Steel and Blue Scope Steel of Australia will focus on the areas of pre-engineered buildings and steel-intensive buildings. In an informal chat with presspersons after laying the foundation stone for the ... More
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