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India wins WTO case against EU
NEW DELHI, APRIL 7.India has won a case against the European Union at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) involving special tariff concessions on textiles being given to Pakistan. The EU was giving this special treatment on the ground that ...

IBM to acquire Daksh eServices
NEW DELHI, APRIL 7. IBM today announced that it plans to acquire Daksh eServices, one of Asia's leading business services providers, with service delivery centres and staff in Asia, Europe and the Americas. This is the American information ...

TCS served IT notice
MUMBAI, APRIL 7. The Income Tax Department has served a notice on Tata Sons Ltd, the holding company of Tata Consultancy Services, to pay additional tax of about Rs. 100 crores citing that TCS was not eligible for certain tax benefits availed by ...

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  • Alden Prepress to expand
  • IOC to reposition as customer centric company
  • LIC sells over 2.75 cr. new policies
  • SBI Life premium income at Rs. 200 cr.
  • FCS forays into reverse engineering
  • BHEL-PSSR's new benchmarks in project execution

  • Exchange rates
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  • Bullion rates

    Ashok Leyland sells more
    CHENNAI: Ashok Leyland has reported sales of 48,648 vehicles in 2003-04, up by 33.5 per cent from 36,445 last year. During the year, at 44,490 vehicles, total domestic MDV (medium duty vehicles) sales grew by 40.3 per cent (33,581 last fiscal). ...

    Good response to Bharti's FCCB
    NEW DELHI, APRIL 7.Bharti Tele-Ventures today said its $1 billion foreign currency convertible bond offering, first of its kind by a telecom company in the country, evoked an overwhelming response. "The issue generated demand exceeding $1 billion ...

    TVS-UBI tie-up
    CHENNAI: TVS Motor Company and Union Bank of India on Wednesday announced the launch of `Union Miles Scheme', an exclusive two-wheeler finance scheme, across the country. This tie-up will be initially extended to Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, ...

    Pivotals suffer setback
    MUMBAI, APRIL. 7.Led by a sharp decline in fast moving consumer goods giant, Hindustan Lever, share prices washed out initial gains and landed in the negative territory for the second successive day on the Bombay Stock Exchange on Wednesday, ...

    Spurt in rupee
    MUMBAI, APRIL 7. Spurting by a whopping 21 paise, the rupee scaled a fresh over 50-1/2-month closing at 43.53/54 a dollar today, propelled by robust trade and foreign capital investment inflows even as the central bank made a feeble attempt to ...

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  • BHEL Corporate R&D's initiative
  • Bharti Tele-Ventures ties up with eSeva
  • Radico acquires bottling plant in A.P.
  • RBI notification on acceptance of coins
  • BPL Mobile augments networking capacity
  • RBI notification on acceptance of coins
  • Zenith ties up with Western Digital
  • PTC, Biocon list at premium
  • AirTel's payment service
  • Vanilla-flavoured Coke
  • Power Tiller Manufacturers' concern
  • Thinksoft, NSE.IT sign MoU

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