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Wednesday, August 25, 2004
Kalam calls for reducing power losses
NEW DELHI, AUG. 24. Expressing concern over mounting transmission and distribution (T&D) losses in the power sector, the President, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, today asked the Union Power Ministry to bring down these losses from 31,000 MW to 12,000 MW ...
Single SIM card for GSM, CDMA networks
BANGALORE, AUG. 24. Axalto, a French smart card maker, owned by the U.S. based oil field services multinational company, Schlumberger, plans to launch SIM (Subscriber Identification Module) cards in India for both GSM and CDMA-based handsets, the ...
Address political issues, U.S. tells textile sector
CHENNAI, AUG. 24. The U.S. Consul-General in Chennai, Richard Haynes, today advised the Indian textile industry to address political issues which could thwart India's attempt to realise its full potential in the global market in the post-quota ...
'Birla estates are not HUF property'
KOLKATA, AUG. 24. Rajendra Singh Lodha has maintained in his reply to the Birlas' affidavit that the Birla family property was seggregated long ago and it is no longer a Hindu Undivided Family (HUF) property. The reply has been sent by Fox & ...
Sensex recovers 34 points
MUMBAI, AUG. 24. Buoyed by declining oil prices and the S&P's upgradation of currency outlook on corporates and banks, investors made selective purchases, aiding the Sensex to recover 34 points at close in an extremely narrow movement on the ...
TCS listing today
CHENNAI, AUG. 24.TCS is getting listed on Wednesday. The new security will open for trading initially in the cash segment and subsequently, in futures and options (F & O) segment, according to a notification from the National Stock Exchange. In ...
VSP slashes product prices
VISAKHAPATNAM, AUG. 24. Visakhapatnam Steel Plant of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd. has slashed the prices of all its products by Rs. 1,000 a tonne with effect from Tuesday. According to a VSP spokesman, this is in line with the decision taken by ...
L&T bags Rs. 452 crore order
MUMBAI. AUG 24. L&T's heavy engineering division won its third successive contract worth Rs. 187 crores from China for the supply of critical coal gasification equipment. This order from the Shenhua Group, is for the world's first coal ...
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