BCCI to cancel tender process for telecast rights ESPN-Star withdraws case, Zee may approach SC
THE Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) today told the Bombay High Court that it is cancelling the tender process for the telecast of cricket matches to be played in India between October 2004 and September 2008. Following this ...
AFTER making the dramatic move of cancelling the cricket telecast rights it had offered to Zee Telefilms at the Bombay High Court today, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has preferred to remain silent for the remaining part of ...
Call rates move higher; Sensex crosses 5600
CALL rates in the inter-bank market were significantly higher on Tuesday as deals were struck at 5.00 per cent, dealers said. The rates were in a range of 4.75 to 4.95 per cent with some trades quoted as high as 5.25 per cent, they said. ...
India tops in US home textiles market
INDIA has emerged as the top supplier in major product categories in the `cut-throat' US home textiles market, leaving erstwhile leaders such as China, Portugal, Brazil and Turkey to bite the dust. Quota restrictions notwithstanding, Indian ...
SEBI filing review petition on Colour Chem verdict
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India is filing a review petition before the Supreme Court against the apex court's verdict, pronounced on August 25, 2004, on the Colour-Chem Ltd (CCL) case. Mr R.S. Loona, SEBI Executive Director (in ...
High-tech jobs getting scarce in US: Study
HIGH technology workers in the US are still facing chronic unemployment and a serious job deficit despite an economic recovery declared three years ago. A new report by the Centre for Urban Economic Development at the University of Illinois ...
Heavyweights propel broad-based rally
THE strong revival of buying support that has been driving the indices northwards at the stock markets, during the last couple of weeks, continued to gain momentum on Tuesday. The upbeat sentiment is due to the inflow of good corporate ...
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