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Monday, March 18, 2002

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MTNL to invest Rs 300 cr in ITI -- Deal may prove a win-win for both
MAHANAGAR Telephone Nigam Ltd proposes to invest Rs 300 crore in the cumulative preference share capital of the State-owned telecom equipment manufacturing company, ITI Ltd. According to official sources, the preference shares will be ... More

Few cos yet to fall in line with `interim' fiat
DSE officials said that there was little that could be done because going by the letter of the law, these companies could pay a fine of Rs 1,000 each and escape. More

Indian Bank recap may come with riders
THE Government has decided to extract its pound of flesh from Indian Bank against the promised Rs 1,300-crore recapitalisation support that it has committed to the bank. This time around, the Centre is considering laying down tougher ... More

Majors see cheer in country liquor
LIQUOR majors are turning to the ``country'' side to bring more cheer to their topline. In a bid to branch out to newer avenues and boost sales, liquor companies are focussing on a segment that has remained untapped for quite sometime; the ... More

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