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Ranbaxy gets USFDA nod
NEW DELHI: Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd has received tentative approval from the US Food and Drug Administration to manufacture and market donepezil hydrochloride tablets used for the treatment of mild to moderate dementia of the Alzheimer's ... More

AWARDS & HONOURS


CII excellence awards
CHENNAI: ASHOK Leyland Ltd, Unit II, Hosur, TTK LIG Ltd and Visakhapatnam Steel Plant have won the CII, Southern Region, Leadership and Excellence Award in Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) 2004 in the manufacturing category. The ... More

Orient Paper bags eco award
NEW DELHI: ORIENT Paper and Industries Ltd has recently bagged the Environment Excellence Gold Award - 2003-04, the third time in succession. Instituted by Greentech Foundation, an Indo-German NGO, the award not only recognises Orient ... More

FIXED DEPOSITS


Failure to repay depositors — MCA moves against Nagarjuna Chairman
THE Ministry of Company Affairs (MCA), through the Registrar of Companies (RoC) here, has moved the Economic Offences Court against Mr K.S. Raju, Chairman of Nagarjuna group and original promoter of Nagarjuna Finance Ltd (NFL), other directors ... More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS


Bombay HC stops Dabhol stake transfer to GE, Bechtel
The Bombay High Court on Friday ordered a stop to the transfer of ownership of equity shares acquired by the US companies General Electric and Bechtel, in the Dabhol Power Company. The HC has ordered that the transfer of first tranche of 49 per ... More

NEW PROJECTS


ITC plans Rs 2,500-cr greenfield paper mill — To diversify into printing, writing paper biz
ITC Ltd plans to set up a greenfield 2-lakh per annum integrated ECF (elemental chlorine-free) pulp and paper mill in Madhya Pradesh, with backward fibre linkages through social and farm forestry. The company has a paperboards and speciality ... More

ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES


Hindujas sign pact with IOC for Ennore project
THE Hinduja group has signed an MoU with Indian Oil Corporation for setting up a power project that could use IOC's LNG at Ennore, the IOC's Chairman and Managing Director, Mr M.S. Ramachandran, told presspersons here on Saturday. IOC is ... More

DIVERSIFICATION


RailTel to foray into broadband, long distance telephony
RAILWAY'S telecom venture, RailTel Corporation, is embarking on a major expansion plan into the broadband and long distance telephony segment. The company is planning to increase its optic fibre cable network from 26,000-route km to 40,000 km ... More
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