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Dunlop plans to make industrial rubber products at Ambattur
Sahagunj facility: Wage, productivity pact with unions signed More

Falcon Tyres to spend Rs 70-80 cr to ramp up capacity
Falcon Tyres may clock a record profit growth in 2005-06. According to sources, the company has embarked upon a Rs 70-80-crore second phase of expansion to ramp up capacities to 7.5 lakh pieces of two- and three-wheeler tyres and tubes a month. ... More

AWARDS & HONOURS


GAIL bags awards
GAIL (India) Ltd has bagged nine Greentech Safety Awards. The State Minister for Labour, Mr G. Vinod, handed over the awards to Mr S.P. Rao, Director (Projects). ... More

INSIGHT


India Inc goes shopping in Europe
The grim face of inhabitants of 2000-year-old German towns such as Augsburg, with fine broad streets, monumental fountains and distinctive public buildings, now wear a blissful smile. Why? Because, Indians are saving their jobs. More

MANAGEMENT


Business deals over meals
This is a good way to foster personal trust and confidence. More

NEW PROJECTS


H&R Johnson plans expansion
Tile company H&R Johnson (India) Ltd, is making an investment of Rs 40 crore at its Rajkot facility to increase the installed capacity from the present 5,000 sq.m. per day to 12,000 sq.m. per day. The capacity expansion programme More

OVERSEAS INVESTMENTS


India Inc goes shopping in Europe
The grim face of inhabitants of 2000-year-old German towns such as Augsburg, with fine broad streets, monumental fountains and distinctive public buildings, now wear a blissful smile. Why? Because, Indians are saving their jobs. More

ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES


Nilkamal, German co Bito Lagertechnik form venture
New unit to go on stream by March 2007 More

Kanpur network, Hathway tie-up
Hathway Cable & Datacom Private Ltd said it has entered into a joint venture with the leading local cable TV network in Kanpur - Jai Mata Di Sherawali Cable Network (JMD). Managed by Mr Deep Chand Dixit and Mr. Sanjeev Dixit, More

IPOS


Gulf NRIs seek time till Oct 1 on PAN compliance to participate in RPL public issue
SEBI's new norm for opening depository accounts More

PERFORMANCE


UK co tea output hit by Kenya drought
The British tea conglomerate Camellia Plc has been affected by the recent drought in Kenya with its production falling by around 20 per cent. This was stated by Mr M.C. Perkins, Chairman of Camellia Plc. He was in the city to attend the 30th ... More
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