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Liberty Investments' open offer
MUMBAI: Liberty Investments Pvt Ltd's (LIPL), along with Mr Parvez Hamza Kader, voluntary offer to acquire 13,24,600 equity shares of Rs 10 each representing 27.15 per cent of the share capital of Liberty Oil Mills Ltd (LOML) from the ... More

CORPORATE DISPUTES


`Class war' dogs cell operators
THERE is another controversy brewing in the ever-volatile telecom sector. This time around however, it is not the private basic service operators who are waging war with the cellular mobile service providers (CMSPs). Instead, it is more of a ... More

HC admits Motorola plea against BPL Mobile Cellular
IN the ongoing dispute over clearance of dues, the Madras High Court has admitted the petition filed by Motorola India Ltd for winding up of the Coimbatore-based cellular operator, BPL Mobile Cellular Ltd. The court has directed BPL Mobile ... More

COURTS/LEGAL ISSUES


`Lawyers to blame for proposed changes in arbitration law'
THERE are dozens of pieces of old, archaic legislation, begging amendment to make them contemporary. Why then, should the only six-year-old Arbitration and Conciliation Act, be so zealously sought to be amended, wonders an expert. "You must ... More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS


Gesco board to consider SCI acquisition today
GREAT Eastern Shipping Company (Gesco) is gearing up to make a firm bid for acquiring strategic control of Shipping Corporation of India (SCI). The management of Gesco will submit a proposal to this effect to its board for consideration. "We ... More

EVENTS


  • Indo-German CEOs' meet

    SICK UNITS


    TCS submits report on SPIC Petro
    Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, which had been mandated by IDBI to look into the feasibility of reviving SPIC Petrochemicals (SPC), is said to have submitted its report a few days ago. The Chairman of Southern Petrochemical Industries ... More

    HPF awaits revival measures in Budget
    The revival plan prepared by Hindustan Photo seeks Rs 36 crore for working capital, Rs 89 crore for VRS and Rs 464 crore for the Government to take back the loans through banks. More

    OUTLOOK


    Gillette fears growth won't be too sharp
    THE Rs 600-crore turnover Gillette India Ltd is hopeful of maintaining double-digit growth in the years ahead, while continuing to focus on the premium blades and shaving systems market. However, the expected growth will not be as high as 20-25 ... More

    Amara Raja to focus on India & abroad
    AMARA Raja Batteries Ltd will focus on export market, and in the domestic segment target the tractor and truck segment. By the end of the next financial year or the beginning of 2003-04, the company will introduce a battery for the two-wheeler ... More

    PEOPLE


  • Sanjiv Goenka is IIT-K Chairman
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  • Top Stories
    49 pc cap for foreign investment in pvt banks


    A social activist with corporate muscle

    India may join Asian majors for coffee marketing strategy

    Forex kitty moves up by $201 m

    Nabard reduces refinance rates

    Negative campaign against tea

    In Depth
    Inside Kashmir
    Guide to derivatives
    US-64
    Looking back
    Feb. 10-Feb. 16
    ChrysCapital buys 5 pc stake in NIIT -- Seeks FIPB nod for 10 pc more

    Schreiber to acquire 11 pc Britannia stake in Dynamix

    Open offers up despite fewer M&A deals

    Rashtriya Chem eyes 74% stake in SAIL unit

    RBI approves ADR/GDR re-issue

    VSNL enters Tata family

    Pechiney may bid for Nalco control

    Paradeep sold for Rs 151.7 cr

    TVS signs Sachin as brand ambassador


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