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Wednesday, February 01, 2006
Sensex nearing 10,000-mark
Asian and U.S. markets remain buoyant
TTK Prestige to sell Chinese products
To expand the Prestige Smart Kitchen range To expand the Prestige Smart Kitchen range
Delisting norms amended
Panel constituted on future of regional stock exchanges
Samsung to step up colour television sales
Aims to focus on high end products, plans to pump in more money in R&D
Luxembourg PM opposes Mittal bid
LUXEMBOURG: Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker said on Tuesday his Government opposed a takeover of European steel group Arcelor by the world's leading producer, Mittal Steel. ...
Three-point dip in Consumer Index
SHIMLA: The All India Consumer Price Index number for Industrial Workers (base 1982-100) declined by three points to 550 in December 2005. The fall in the index was attributed to a decline in prices of vegetables, groundnut, onions and vegetables ...
Gold, silver at historic highs
MUMBAI: Gold and silver on Tuesday rallied to end at a new high of Rs. 8,170 per ten gram and Rs. 13,400 a kg, respectively due to heavy all-round buying after a sharp rise in the global prices. Gold prices in the world market shot up to a ...
Serious Frauds office to be beefed up
NEW DELHI: The Union Government has set up a committee to look into ways to strengthen the Serious Frauds Investigation Office (SFIO), Company Affairs Minister Prem Chand Gupta said on Tuesday. ...
Bar on Vision Organics
MUMBAI: On Monday, SEBI announced that Vision Organics Ltd and its promoters/directors J. H. Shah and Nayana J. Shah have been debarred from accessing the securities market for a period of three years. ...
FII limit: Eveready to seek shareholder nod
KOLKATA: The board of Eveready Industries India on Tuesday decided to seek shareholder approval for increasing the limit of FII holding in the company to 49 per cent from 23 per cent. The Vice-Chairman and Managing Director, Deepak Khaitan, said ...
GVK Power to tap market
CHENNAI: GVK Power and Infrastructure is entering the capital market on February 2 with its initial public offer of 8.28 million equity shares of Rs. 10 each through book building process. The price band has been fixed at Rs. 260 to Rs. 310. ...
IMTMA's first standalone show
NEW DELHI: The Indian Machine Tool Manufacturer's Association (IMTMA) announced on Tuesday that it is organising its first standalone exhibition in New Delhi to showcase the interesting trends in the machine tool industry and provide a unique ...
Shakti Pumps to invest Rs. 50 cr.
MUMBAI: Shakti Pumps (India) has decided to invest Rs. 50 crore for setting up a manufacturing facility at a special economic zone in Madhya Pradesh. The plant, with an annual capacity of one lakh units, would manufacture stainless steel ...
TCS to set up 2,000 seat facility in Gujarat
CHENNAI: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) unveiled plans to develop a new facility at Infocity, Gandhinagar, Gujarat spread over 35 acres in three phases. The first phase is expected to house 2,000 seats once fully commissioned. The facility which ...
Calsoft modifies rights issue ratio
CHENNAI: California Software Company Limited (Calsoft) has modified the terms of its proposed rights issue. The company will now come out with a rights issue in the ratio of 7:10. Earlier, it had proposed a 1:1 rights issue and planned to issue ...
Bajaj Allianz garners 32 per cent market share
CHENNAI: Bajaj Allianz Life Insurance has firmly established its number one position among the private life insurers with 32 per cent market share and 467 per cent growth as per the latest IRDA results for the month of December 2005. ...
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