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Cola majors wait & watch on damage control — Studying options to `recharge connect' with consumers
DAMAGE control by the two soft drink companies, facing their biggest controversy in the Indian market in the wake of the pesticide issue, continues to be uncertain. While the final verdict on whether soft drinks contain impermissible levels of ... More

IOC getting ready for fully automated petrol pumps
DRIVE into the petrol station and fill the tank just by swiping your petro-card like an ATM for withdrawing cash! This could be possible at select IOC retail outlets across the country over the next few months. Indian Oil Corporation plans ... More

Will CAS for Delhi be delayed?
PM to chair high-level meet

A HIGH-level meeting chaired by the Prime Minister, Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee, along with the BJP top brass including the Information and Broadcasting (I&B) Minister, Mr Ravi Shankar Prasad, will take a decision on whether Delhi would be excluded ... More

Admen look to festive, wedding seasons
IT could soon be raining ads. Good monsoons, bullish stock markets and an economy on a rebound - all appear to be harbingers of good fortune for the advertising industry. And going by industry estimates, the ad business is expected to grow at ... More

Travel agents don't feel the Net heat for now
Online travel bookings are an option for the small minority of travelers who are computer savvy and have access to and time to surf the Net. The large majority of corporate and leisure travelers still relied on the services of the travel agent, whose services went beyond the sale of tickets alone. More

Titan plans more equity infusion next year — No change likely in share of promoters' holding
TITAN Industries Ltd plans to infuse additional equity capital in the next calendar year, top company officials said. The fresh round of equity funding would come from the current promoters — the Tata group and Tidco — and the ... More

ONGC unions call off agitation
EMPLOYEE unions of ONGC have called off their anti-management agitation after the management gave a written assurance on agreeing to their demands. The joint action committee formed by ONGC unions said that they had struck work at Mumbai ... More

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