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Saturday, September 14, 2002
UTI-II catches fancy of private MFs
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13.The proposed NAV-based UTI-II mutual fund, which would be privatised after splitting Unit Trust of India into two parts, is being eyed by both PSE and private players despite the high price that may be attached by the ...
Gujarat HC approves RPL, RIL merger
MUMBAI, SEPT. 13.The High Court of Gujarat has today approved the proposal for the merger of Reliance Petroleum Limited (RPL) with Reliance Industries Limited (RIL). Earlier, on June 7, the High Court of Bombay had approved the proposal for the ...
Kodak, TV Today among new FDI proposals
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 13.The Union Commerce and Industry Minister, Murasoli Maran, today cleared 30 foreign direct investment (FDI) proposals worth Rs. 212 crores, including Rs. 10.50 crore investment for 7.5 per cent equity in TV Today, a 24-hour ...
Two new schemes from Birla Mutual
CHENNAI, SEPT. 13.Birla Mutual Fund has come out with two new growth oriented schemes Birla Index Fund and Birla Midcap Fund. Addressing presspersons here today, Raghvendra Nath, head (strategy & business development) said the index fund ...
Where public policy has to be fine tuned
By C. R. L. Narasimhan
The success of a public policy like sale of public sector depends on how soon its benefits flow to all the stakeholders.
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