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`Demand for management courses to continue'
The demand for management courses, which appear to have picked up in the wake of the opening up of the Indian economy in the early 1990s, is sustainable since the courses offered by the premier B-schools are very much relevant to what is ... More

Nilgiris — cashing in on vegetable biz
Buyers are in talks with farmers for direct supplies More

AP disputes land grant to Pak refugees
The Andhra Pradesh Government will challenge the decision of the settlement commissioner to assign over 200 acres prime land at Puppalaguda to the heirs of refugees from Pakistan. Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, ... More

Testing jobs portal launched
Thatavarti Technologies, a Hyderabad-based software testing services provider, has announced the launch of a testing jobs portal here ... More

AP likely to tap World Bank for Rs 1,600-cr road project
The Andhra Pradesh Government may seek World Bank funds to take up the Rs 1,600-crore five-year road maintenance and upgradation project in the State. The Chief Minister, Dr Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, held a review meeting of the Roads and ... More

Beer sales stumble in Karnataka
Northern States are new guzzlers More

New Indian Area Marketing Manager
Indian, the leading Indian carrier, has appointed Mr S.S. Uberoi as the Area Marketing Manager at its Bangalore office. Mr Uberoi was the Deputy General Manger (Sales) in Delhi and has been relocated to the IT capital, which used ... More

Maharashtra FDA gets third chief in 3 years
The Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has got a new Commissioner, the third in three years - a track record that unsettles the pharmaceutical industry, as it has to build bridges with the State regulatory authority with every ... More

City back to normal
The Mumbai city returned to its regular routine as rains eased on Thursday after five days of heavy downpour. Suburban train services - the lifeline of the city - were restored as floodwaters receded. Schools and colleges, shut for a ... More

SBI credit deployment in Bengal to rise by Rs 8,500 cr
The bank has already deployed out-bound sales force not only to attract to deposits but also to promote various other schemes and loan products. To be made possible by rise in advances to big, mid-corporates More

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