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Monday, September 18, 2006
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BMW reveals plan for Indian market
Tight-lipped about pricing strategy, selection of engines More

Bihar milkmen tie up with UTI MF
To invest in retirement benefit pension scheme More

ITC reworking strategies for `Kitchens of India' products
To target mainstream consumers in Western markets More

Reality check your buying decision
Some American manufacturers are offering a new dimension to their customers — be patriotic and buy a `Made in US' product at a higher price and keep the jobs home, or buy the `Made in India' product and support people there on social ground s. To be fair, in reality the purchase decision is more rational; it is between lower costs in India, complex tooling in Taiwan, versus an opportunity to see the product made in the domestic location. More

Practise yoga using patented devices
Claims include apparatus, software systems and yoga mats More

Seminar on trademarks
Alternative dispute resolution system should be viewed as a supplement to the judiciary and not as an alternative, according to Mr Justice I. Narasimha Reddy of the AP High Court. He was speaking at a seminar titled `Impact of ... More

Radio spots on service tax planned
With radio seeing a revival in recent years, the Finance Ministry is keen to use this medium to improve service tax compliance in the country. The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) plans to come up with a series of ... More

BMW may drive Mini Cooper into India
BMW's plans for India don't end with the 3 Series and the 5 Series models. Reiterating its big expectations from the market in India, BMW officials add that the company is also considering extremely niche products like the Mini Cooper for a ... More

Solkar Solar forms jt venture with Singapore co
Solkar Solar Industry Ltd has entered into a 50:50 joint venture with Singapore-based Eco Solar Technologies Private Ltd. The venture will involve technology transfer from Solkar to set up a 2-MW per annum solar panel manufacturing unit in ... More

Biocon launches anti-cancer drug
Biocon launched its anti-cancer drug on Sunday, roping in Bollywood star, Shah Rukh Khan, to unveil its Biomab-EGFR in a low-key affair in Bangalore. Though biotech cancer drugs are available in India, they are beyond the reach of the masses. ... More

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