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Wednesday, September 17, 2003
Sensex bounces back on fresh buying
MUMBAI, SEPT. 16.Overcoming the initial setback caused by the Supreme Court's verdict to stay the disinvestment of the petro majors HPCL and BPCL, share values recovered smartly on the Bombay Stock Exchange today on fresh bouts of heavy buying ...
New bank index launched
MUMBAI, SEPT. 16.A new bank index CNX Bank Index comprising the most liquid and large capitalised Indian banking stocks, has been launched by the India Index Services and Products Limited (IISL) a joint venture of Crisil and the ...
Tata Motors rolls out CityRover for U.K., European markets
PUNE, SEPT. 16.Tata Motors Ltd. (TML) today rolled out the first batch of CityRover cars, to be marketed by MG Rover of the U.K. in the highly competitive U.K. and European markets. V. Sumantran, Executive Director, Tata Motors, today handed over ...
New auction centre to conduct charity sale
UDHAGAMANDALAM: The World's first Electronic Tea Auction System (ETAS) at Coonoor under the auspices of the newly formed "TEASERVE", producers cooperative society will kick start its activities with a "charity sale" on September 24. Stating that ...
Workshop for knitwear exporters
COIMBATORE: A workshop on `Benchmarking a tool for understanding your competitive position in the global apparel business' will be held at Tirupur on September 23 and 24. According to a release from the Textiles Committee, the Committee ...
DSRC relaunches Mytaxcal
CHENNAI: Data Software Research Company (DSRC) has relaunched `Mytaxcal', a unique online income tax return preparation software. To use this software, no prior knowledge of income tax is necessary and there is no need to approach an intermediary ...
Sterlite puts off copper business demerger
MUMBAI: Sterlite Industries has put off the proposed demerger of its copper business. The board has approved the withdrawal of scheme of arrangement for demerger of the copper business, the company informed the Bombay Stock Exchange. ...
Herbertsons issue: `Extraneous' factors behind SEBI's change of mind
MUMBAI, SEPT. 16.The pronouncement of the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) in the Herbertsons Ltd case reveals how P. N. Bhagwati, former Chief Justice of India, influenced the decision of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), a ...
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