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Wednesday, June 05, 2002
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War fears delay Bharti, Data Access ILD plans
Sources pointed out that the Department of Telecommunications was particularly keen to push through the security clearances because although it had announced the opening up of the sector on April 1, 2002, the customers were still denied a choice of s erv ice. More

`No need to change shareholder pacts'
THE Union Government will not tinker with the shareholders' agreements for disinvestment deals despite the raging controversy on Tata-VSNL, the Union Minister for Disinvestment, Mr Arun Shourie, stated here on Tuesday. "Through this ... More

Dr Reddy's net up at Rs 460 cr
DR Reddy's Laboratories Ltd has posted a turnover of Rs 1,651.6 crore and a net profit of Rs 459.6 crore for the year ended March 31, 2002. While the company's turnover increased by over 64 per cent, its net profit grew by over 218 per cent ... More

Visa troubles cause worry in travel, tourism industry
THE decision of the British High Commission to temporary suspend issue of visas from Delhi has come as a shock to the domestic travel and tourism industry. "The domestic tourism industry will be affected. However, they will not be the only ones ... More

Visa processing hit at foreign missions
REDUCED staff at the certain foreign missions in New Delhi and Mumbai is affecting visa processing. This reduction in staff follows the May 31 travel advisory about the heightened tensions between India and Pakistan. The visa office at the ... More

Software cos tense as clients panic
WITH fears of an Indo-Pak war, the offshore-centric software companies have started to feel the pinch, with prospective clients in the US cancelling their visits to India. The US Government cautioning its citizens to postpone their visit to the ... More

RIL gives Rs 1,490.84-cr cheque -- Mukesh to head IPCL
SPECULATION on IPCL chairmanship was put to an end today after Reliance Industries Ltd announced that Mr Mukesh Ambani would head the newly acquired company. The IPCL board will have a total 12 directors with six Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) ... More

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