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Leadership award
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Good management and work practices are required for progress, said Kerala Ports and Cooperation Minister, Mr M.V. Raghavan. He was addressing a meeting organised by the Trivandrum Management Association (TMA) to ... More

INSIGHT


Making a difference through HR
A RECENT survey by a business magazine lists the great places to work for in India as of 2005. There are many repeats and a few obvious ones but what amazes me is that the big names, the Sensex leaders, are nowhere in ... More

MANAGEMENT


Leadership lessons through folklores
DRAWING from folklore and fables, a city hotelier and a management teacher have attempted to piece together a neat guide to people aspiring to become leaders in their own fields of activity. Mr Murali K. Reddy, Managing Director of Green Park ... More

HUMAN RESOURCES


Ashok Leyland begins skill hunting in the US
Over the last 2-3 years, the company increased the strength of its product development engineers from about 250 to about 450; now, it intends to bring in another 400 or so. More

NEW PROJECTS


Bajaj Auto hoping for more sops from Maharashtra
TWO-WHEELER major Bajaj Auto will take its proposed new greenfield plant for three and four-wheelers and its plans to expand motorcycle capacity to Uttaranchal or Himachal Pradesh, if the Maharashtra State Government does not extend an attractive ... More

OUTLOOK


BCCL to increase coking coal output — Investment plan firmed up
Steps initiated for the development of a fast-track greenfield underground project at Kalyaneswari in West Bengal to produce two mt of `medium' coking coal and 3 mt of non-coking coal. More

L&T `homes in' on building electricals
LARSEN & Toubro's electricals division is charting thepath from industry to homes, as it decides to focus more on building electricals, cashing in on the construction boom in the country. "There are lots of buildings, apartments, ... More

GE-Plastics aims to double revenues by `2008
GE-PLASTICS is targeting to double its revenues in India from Rs 500 crore now to Rs 1,000 crore by 2008, a company release said. In the wake of the booming economy, the company said it planned to invest in new materials, technologies, ... More

Gas sales from ONGC Cauvery assets to go up
The Cauvery asset of ONGC has already met its sales target as per the MoU between the company and Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. More

Parsvnath Developers likely to float IPO
THE Delhi-based Parsvnath Developers plans to set up townships, resorts and IT parks across South India and may float an IPO to fund its expansion plans. The Chairman, Parsvnath Developers, Mr Pradeep Jain, told Business Line that the ... More

PEOPLE


Pernod Ricard chief on India visit
NEW DELHI: The Managing Director of liquor major Pernod Ricard, Mr Pierre Pringuet, is on a two-day visit to India. According to the company, India has been amongst Pernod Ricard's most successful markets worldwide. The group views ... More
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