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SAIL's research unit working on steel for Coal India mines
THE Research and Development Centre for Iron and Steel (RDCIS), the corporate research unit of Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL), is now working on a project to develop high-strength steel for use in the underground mines of Coal India ... More


Sumitomo Corpn says sayanora to Kolkata
"The company initially made a compensation offer, but the employees found it inadequate. Then it was doubled and everyone accepted it. The office was closed down on July 31 this year.'' More


XLRI to help Tatas reskill VRS-optees
FOR the Tatas, it is never a `bye bye' for employees, even for those who have prematurely left the organisation through the VRS route. Consequently, some of the Tata companies located in the region have approached the Xavier Labour Relations ... More


Idea, BPL revive merger talks
LAST-DITCH efforts are on to salvage the proposed merger involving BPL and Idea Cellular, seen as the country's biggest telecom alliance. Both players are in crucial talks which could lead to a new deal in the next couple of weeks. Sources ... More


Maha Seamless plans expansion
MAHARASHTRA Seamless Ltd, the largest producer of seamless pipes in the country, is all set to increase its capacity from one lakh tonnes per annum to two lakh tonnes, at an outlay of around Rs 25 crore, mostly from internal accruals, the ... More

Pharma R&D outsourcing co begins operations
A new pharma R&D outsourcing company, Saint Life Bio Pharma Private Ltd, has announced its Indian operations from Bangalore. The company with an investment of $ 6 million (Rs 30 crore) and 100 scientists, would function from its new facility on ... More


Rane Brake ties up with UK varsity
RANE Brake Linings Ltd has tied up with the University of Bradford, UK, under which the company's personnel would be trained by the University in the "latest in braking trends". The company's President, Mr Sundar Ram, told Business Line ... More

BPL-Sabeer Bhatia tie-up on voice messaging
BPL Mobile, a leading mobile service provider and Navinmail, a creation of Mr Sabeer Bhatia, who pioneered free Web-based e-mail, have joined hands to introduce two new products in India using the voice-messaging platform. The products `miVoice ... More


Pramati bullish on expansion
PRAMATI Technologies, a global provider of enterprise Java middleware technology and tools, has announced its expansion plans of increasing and reaching out to about 1,000 channel partners. The company has so for forayed into more than 20 ... More


Core Healthcare IV fluid bottle output at 1 billion
CORE Healthcare Ltd has touched the one billion mark in terms of intravenous (IV) fluid bottles produced. In a statement, the Ahmedabad-based company, with a 40 per cent market share, attributed its achievement to its distribution network, ... More
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