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Sunday, April 13, 2003
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    SC restraint on Dabhol probe panel
    THE Supreme Court has restrained the Kurdukar judicial enquiry commission, set up by Maharashtra Government for probing the multi-crore Dabhol Power Company deal, from enquiring into the role of the Centre and the Union Government authorities in ... More


    Watch out for more women on the board
    INDIAN corporate boards may soon get a feminine touch if the Department of Company Affairs (DCA) has its way. In all likelihood, the proposed Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2003 will include a clause on the reservation of minimum number of ... More


    GVK Capital takes 25% stake in Taj GVK Hotels — Merger with Punjab Hotels in Chandigarh soon
    GVK Capital & Finance Ltd, part of the Rs 2,000-crore GVK group of companies, has acquired over 25 per cent equity holding in Taj GVK Hotels and Resorts Ltd, its hospitality joint venture with the Tatas. Interestingly, GVK Capital, with ... More


  • Tulip Star to open Benzz Park


    `A PR job is to present facts positively, not hide them' — Mr David R. Drobis, Chairman, Ketchum Inc
    "THE best way to handle a crisis situation is to be transparent. Even when I know that the media is on to a `bad' story, I would come to you with as much information as I possibly could to get you to understand the situation... I know I am not ... More


    Transformation leadership need of the hour: Birla
    THE Chairman of Aditya Birla group, Mr Kumaramangalam Birla, presented the graduation certificates to 169 students of the Class of 2003 of the Indian School of Business (ISB) here on Saturday. This is the second graduation ceremony of ISB, ... More


    VSNL volumes unchanged
    THE year 2002-2003 could be Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd's most dismal fiscal so far, with international telephony traffic volumes handled during the year almost unchanged from that recorded during the previous fiscal. When international settlement ... More
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