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Aurobindo cuts HIV drug prices
AUROBINDO Pharma Ltd (APL), the Hyderabad-based Rs 1,000-crore company, has announced a reduction of up to 30 per cent in the prices of its anti-HIV drugs. In a press release here on Friday, APL said the per day cost of the globally-accepted ... More

  • Nava Bharat halts work on machine building division


    Reckitt Benckiser seeks nod to buy out Indian arm
    UK-based Reckitt Benckiser PLC (RB) has sought permission from the Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) to acquire the 49 per cent stake in its Indian subsidiary -- Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd (RBIL) - currently held by Indian public and ... More

    IOC's failed attempt at IPCL -- A blessing in disguise?
    HAS Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) conceded ground to Reliance in the strategic race for dominance in the country's energy sector? That is the question doing the rounds following Reliance bagging Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd. (IPCL). From ... More

    Kaashyap Radiant to acquire Satnet Services
    THE city-based Kaashyap Radiant Systems Ltd will allot 1.8-crore equity shares of Rs 10 each at Rs 14 per share (inclusive of premium Rs 4 per share) to Satnet Services Ltd for acquiring the company, which is engaged in the business of telephonic ... More


    Tata Steel commissions `F' blast furnace
    MUMBAI: Tata Iron & Steel Company Ltd has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange that Dr T. Mukherjee, Deputy Managing Director (Steel), has formally commissioned the `F' blast furnace after rebuilding and upgradation. The `F' furnace, which was ... More


    Disclosure norms on cos' dues to SSIs tightened
    THE Department of Company Affairs (DCA) has tightened the noose on India Inc by making it mandatory for companies to disclose in their balance sheets the names of all the small-scale industrial undertakings to whom they owe "any sum together with ... More


    `Industry will perform well' — Mr Ashwin Dani, Vice-Chairman and MD, Asian Paints
    With conditions in the broad economy not looking too good, expectations for the paint industry in fiscal 2002 were moderate if not weak. But there were some signs of improvement in user industries especially in the second half of last fiscal, ... More


  • New Director for Indo Rama Syn


    `Get out of moulded mindset'
    FORGETTING the past and getting out of the moulded mindset is just as important as learning new tricks in trade. Companies, therefore, need to see how steep their `forgetting curve' is, as much as they focus on their learning curves, Prof C.K. ... More
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