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Tuesday, February 24, 2004
Network industries will drive economy, says Kelkar
NEW DELHI, FEB. 23. While admitting that agriculture will play a pivotal role in driving India's economy in the coming decades, Vijay Kelkar, Advisor, Ministry of Finance, today said that the real drivers of the Indian economy would be the ...
`No cause for worry on inflation front'
MUMBAI, FEB. 23.The Union Government today said the inflation, which has firmed up in the recent past, would decline and there was no undue concern on this issue. "The inflation will decline due to the base effect and there is no need for any ...
Despite economic upswing, corporate India reports declining sales
NEW DELHI, FEB. 23.The India Shining picture is showing a mixed trend. The latest `Business Expectation Survey' conducted by the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) has found that while there has been an impressive gain of 8.7 ...
ONGC offer on March 5
MUMBAI, FEB. 23.The Union Government's offer for sale of equity shares of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. opens on March 5 and closes on March 13. The offer is for up to 142.59 million equity shares of Rs. 10 each and constitutes up to 10 ...
Petronet LNG price band set at Rs. 13-15
NEW DELHI, FEB. 23. Petronet LNG Limited (PLL) has fixed the price band for its initial public offer (IPO) at Rs. 13 to Rs. 15 per equity share of Rs. 10 face value. The company will be offering 26 crore shares amounting to 38 per cent ...
Rationalisation of small savings instruments
MUMBAI, FEB. 23. The Advisory Committee on Administered Interest Rates decided to deliberate on rationalisation of the number of small saving instruments offered by the Government at present and on tax treatment on such schemes with a view to ...
8 p.c. cannot be sustained Chamber
NEW DELHI: Looking beyond the short-term horizon, the possibility of achieving and sustaining 8 per cent growth in the long run seems uncertain. Recording this finding which runs contrary to the general belief, a Pubjab, Haryana and Delhi Chamber ...
BioAsia 2004-Business Forum
HYDERABAD: About 50 trade delegations from 15 countries will converge in Hyderabad for the three-day `BioAsia 2004-Business Forum', being organised by the Andhra Pradesh Government and Genome Valley, here from February 26. The summit will bring ...
ISB to offer customised courses
CHENNAI: The ICFAI Business School (ISB), Chennai, which is working on strengthening alliances with corporates for offering customised training courses, plans to build a new campus near here, on the information technology corridor along Old ...
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