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Friday, March 12, 2004
British Gas to invest $140 m in offshore oilfields
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11.Even as new oil finds are discovered in onland blocks, British Gas today announced that it would invest $140 million in the Panna oil and gas fields in the Mumbai offshore along with its partners, the Oil and Natural Gas ...
`RBI monitoring inflation'
MUMBAI, MARCH 11.The Reserve Bank of India has been monitoring the inflation trends "carefully in the light of unexpected developments in the global oil and commodities market,'' Y. V. Reddy, Governor of the central bank, said here today. ...
Ban on five Ketan Parekh companies
MUMBAI, MARCH 11.The Securities and Exchange Board of India has cancelled the registration of five Ketan Parekh broking companies, including NH Securities, Classic Shares and Stock Broking Services and Triumph Securities for their involvement in ...
After dotcom, dotmob?
BANGALORE, MARCH 11.The Internet has graduated to a new level and connection to the Net from mobile wireless devices may be the next big thing on the World Wide Web. In recognition of this emerging fact of life, nine global ...
Bunge relaunches Dalda
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11. After acquiring Hindustan Lever's oil and fats business last year, the U.S.-based agri-business and food company, Bunge Limited, today announced the re-launch of the sagging hydrogenated vegetable oil (vanaspati) brand Dalda, ...
Sensex extends losses
MUMBAI, MARCH 11. Bear operators tightened their vice-like grip on the Bombay Stock Exchange today and pulled down the Sensex by 109.43 points to close at 5649.86, following heavy all round selling triggered by bearish global advices. Extending ...
NDTV files draft prospectus
MUMBAI, MARCH 11.New Delhi Television Ltd (NDTV) has filed the draft red herring prospectus for its forthcoming public issue with the Securities and Exchange Board of India. The net offer to the public is for Rs. 100 crores. Comprising fresh ...
Gigabyte to offer VIA chipset
CHENNAI: Gigabyte Technology, a joint venture between D-Link (India) and Gigabyte Technolgy of Taiwan, and VIA Technologies of the U.S. will be working closely to offer better value motherboards to the Indian market. VIA chipset based ...
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