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Friday, April 12, 2002
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UTI team to examine audit reports of 9 cos
Audits of the remaining companies will form part of the next batch of audits that will be carried out at a later stage. More

Ranbaxy UK arm a problem child?
IS the pharma major Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd's (RLL) UK subsidiary turning out to be a problem child for the parent company? May be not so much in monetary terms, but certainly so in terms of its public image, point out industry ... More

Ranbaxy: No fall in share price seen
ANALYSTS are of the opinion that the market has already factored in the issue of the UK subsidiary of Ranbaxy Laboratories in the present share price. Says, an analyst from a foreign brokerage firm, "At the present scrip price levels, the ... More

Reliance seeks room in Bharti sub-sea network
BHARTI Enterprises and Reliance Communications Ltd are in talks for lease of bandwidth on the former's i2i submarine cable network linking Singapore and Chennai, which was energised earlier this week. According to Mr Sunil Mittal, Chairman and ... More

`Pref' treatment for foreign investors of infrastructure cos
THE Government is examining the option of allowing companies in the infrastructure sector, especially telecom, to defer depreciation or dip into their reserves to pay dividends on preference shares held by foreign investors. It perceives that ... More

Ravina Kohli to head Star News
STAR has appointed Ms Ravina Raj Kohli as President of Star News, after it broke off its alliance with the Prannoy Roy-promoted NDTV. Ms Kohli will spearhead the Star News operations and report directly to Star India's CEO, Mr Peter Mukherjea. ... More

Potter spell over corporates
AS Harry Potter — the much-awaited Hollywood blockbuster releases across theatres tomorrow — everyone seems to be looking for a little magic. For, it is not just audiences that are eagerly awaiting the film's release. Faced with a ... More

It's a different `dot' game
EVEN as you get used to seeing a brown dot on FritoLay's packet of barbecue-chicken flavour chips or Nestle's prawn-cubes — it's time to watch out for another dot. The Government has made it mandatory for vegetarian products too, to sport ... More

VAT panel meet on April 15
THE empowered committee on state Finance Ministers on value-added tax (VAT) is scheduled to meet here on April 15 to take stock of the level of preparedness for switching over from the existing sales tax system to a VAT regime beginning April 1, ... More

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