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Friday, September 24, 2004
Kalam lauds Wockhardt's biotech research
AURANGABAD, SEPT. 23.The President, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, today inaugurated the Wockhardt Biotech Park here. This is the largest biopharmaceutical complex with six dedicated manufacturing plants. The Rs. 200 crore complex is spread over three ...
France launches investment initiative
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23. France has launched an initiative for two way investment flows with India, beginning with the visit of their Invest in France Agency President, to be followed up by the Foreign Trade Minister in November along with a business ...
Mini-drive packs a big wallop
BANGALORE, SEPT. 23.Calling them the biggest small drives in the world might sound like a contradiction in terms, but storage leader Seagate's latest products are just that, packing in a mighty wallop 5 gigabytes of disk space for ...
Penalty waiver on service tax registrations
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.The Government today announced that it would not impose any penalty on service providers who register themselves by October 31. Also, the revenue authorities would accept the declarations at face value with no questions asked, ...
TCS' Brussels office
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 23.Tata Consultancy Services today consolidated its westward growth by opening a new office and signing a securities processing deal in Brussels. At the inauguration ceremony of TCS's new premises in Brussels, S. Ramadorai, ...
Reliance debt revamp
NEW DELHI, SEPT 23. Reliance Industries has restructured its debt worth $687.50 million to reduce its interest costs. The company concluded re-pricing of its syndicated term loan through a mix of refinancing and restructuring of existing loans. ...
RBI Executive Director
MUMBAI, SEPT. 23.V. K. Sharma today took charge as Executive Director of the Reserve Bank of India. He will oversee departments of internal debt management and premises, an RBI release says here today.
Pharma joint venture
MUMBAI, SEPT. 23. Pharmaceutical company Strides Arcolab has entered into a 50:50 joint venture with the U.S.-based Akorn to finance its preparation of abbreviated new drug applications (ANDAs).
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