Ogni slams into Andhra coast
Sunday's deep depression progressively churned to the status of a cyclone with a name by late into the night and crossed the Andhra Pradesh coast by Monday noon. The first of the season, Tropical Cyclone Ogni did not manage to foray much ...
Deccan Aviation Q1 net loss at Rs 42 cr
Attributes it to high aircraft fuel expense, direct operating expenses
QuEST launches aerospace making unit
Inks 10-year supply pact with Magellan Aerospace
Budget tourism package
Malaysia Tourism and SriLankan Airlines have jointly announced a "value-for-money" package for tourists from India. The offer involves a four-day three-night package for a visit to Malaysia, priced at Rs 17,333 for one, inclusive of all taxes. ...
Wheat MSP hiked by Rs 100
The Centre has fixed the minimum support price (MSP) of the current year's wheat crop, to be procured from April next, at Rs 750 per quintal. This is Rs 100 more than the Rs 650-per quintal price set for 2005-06. For the last year's crop, the ...
Aurobindo Pharma posts higher net
Aurobindo Pharma Ltd has reported its highest ever revenue and net profit for the second quarter of the current fiscal ended September 2006. It posted a turnover of Rs 506.7 crore during the quarter under review as against Rs 327.1 crore in ...
Simone Tata steps down
Ms Simone N. Tata on Monday stepped down as Chairman, Trent Ltd. The company's board has appointed Mr Farrokh K. Kavarana, Director, as the new Chairman. Ms Tata guided Trent Ltd, established in 1998, first by acquiring the Littlewoods ...
ITC net profit grows 18.7%
Foods, agri-biz, hotels drive growth in second quarter
BroVis Wireless to expand
To double its headcount in India to 100 in couple of months
GHCL Q3 net sales up 17 pc
Gujarat Heavy Chemicals Ltd (GHCL) has seen its income go up by 31 per cent, operating profit by 29 per cent and profit after tax (PAT) by 28 per cent in the first nine months of the year ending September 30. In a press release here, the ...
Singapore's four-day biz meet inaugurated
To hold conferences on finance, technology, investment pitches by other countries
Cotton consumption seen to go up: SIMA chief
Cotton textile mills in South have started entering the market to procure cotton and the mills' consumption is likely to go up this year by 5-10 per cent due to new spindle additions made in the last one year, according to Mr S.V. Arumugam, ...
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