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Wednesday, April 19, 2006
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Ethypharm may offer full solutions from India
Manufacturing facility in India to apply for European regulatory certification More


IOC may sell more short-term bonds
Proceeds to be used to retire Rs 10,000-cr borrowings More


SAB Miller increases Aurangabad unit capacity
The country's second largest beer maker, SAB Miller India, said that it has increased the capacity of its Aurangabad brewery to 84 lakh cases per year from 20 lakh cases. This is part of the $125-million investment plan spread across five ... More

US coating co Nukote to set up factory in India
Facility not only to serve Indian market but also export to other countries More

Sona Okegawa gears up for Rs 60-cr expansion
Free to supply to global markets; targets Rs 300 cr by 2009 More


APMDC ties up with Swiss company for mineral plant
Beach sand project to come up in Vizianagaram district More


Promoting Karizma
RIVALS IN BIZ: Mr Rahul Bajaj, Chairman, Bajaj Auto, and Mr Brijmohan Lall Munjal, Chairman, Hero Honda, pose with a Hero Honda Karizma at the CII National Conference and Annual Session in the Capital on Tuesday. ... More


TVS Motors eyes 15 pc sales growth
TVS Motors is targeting a sales growth of 12-15 per cent for its two-wheelers at 1.7 million units for the current fiscal, said Mr Venu Srinivasan, Managing Director, TVS Motor Company Ltd, on Tuesday. On the sidelines of the CII's annual ... More

Wipro Lighting to focus on retail sector
To cash in on growing awareness More

BPCL may post profit in fourth quarter
Higher subsidies, oil bonds may be main factors More

With reference to the report "Nahar group to invest Rs 1,050 crore" that appeared on April 17, the name of the group company going in for an initial public offering should read Oswal Woollen Mills Ltd and not as reported. ... More


Nagarjuna Fert record urea output
Nagarjuna Fertilizers and Chemicals Ltd (NFCL) has achieved a record urea production of 113.1 per cent of its capacity with a total of 13.79 lakh tonnes during 2005-06. The company produces urea in two units at the Kakinada ... More
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