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Pepsi, Coca-Cola... the war continues
COCA-COLA Company has been accused of making a "deliberate attempt to destroy our business and wipe us out from the market" by Mr S. K. Jaipuria , Chairman of Charminar Bottling Company Pvt Ltd (CBCL), the Indian franchisee bottler of ... More


Skyworks to open software centre
NEW DELHI: The US-based Skyworks Solutions Inc, a semiconducter company focused on radio frequency and complete cellular system solutions for mobile communications applications, has announced plans to open a new software design centre ... More


BSNL close to signing ITI as preferred vendor
BSNL is to furnish to ITI its long-term requirement covering a span of three to five years so that ITI could plan material procurement/ financing arrangements to meet such requirement and ensure timely supplies. More


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    ONGC awaits DGCA nod for aviation turbine fuel
    UPSTREAM major Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd is awaiting approval from the Director-General of Civil Aviation to begin commercial production of aviation turbine fuel at its Hazira unit. "We expect the DGCA approval any day now and will ... More

    `MindTree achieves break-even' — Aims at 40 pc growth
    The company had achieved a revenue of $16 million for the year-ending March 31, 2002, a growth of 6.6 per cent over previous year's $15 million. More

    DaimlerChrysler hopes to sell 1,500 cars in 2003
    DAIMLERCHRYSLER India Pvt Ltd hopes to sell 1,500 cars in 2003. The majority of the increased sales will come from the `C' class and the new `E' class, according to Mr Ashok V. Bharadwaj, General Manager - Marketing Services. The company ... More

    Max scotches rumours on exiting healthcare
    MAX India Ltd has sought to put to rest speculation on the future course of its healthcare business. Scotching the whisper campaign doing the rounds on whether the group would exit healthcare - Max Healthcare's CEO, Mr Analjit Singh, said that ... More


    Operational losses weigh down Air India
    DESPITE a general improvement in the net traffic revenues in the first half of the current fiscal, Air India is pinning its hopes on a narrow range movement in oil prices to shore up its operational performance. The airline has budgeted an ... More
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