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Way to Edge ahead is to stay slim for Titan
TITAN'S technical prowess `Edge', the `world's slimmest watch', has been well received both in the national and international markets. "Ever since the product was launched four months ago, we have been struggling to keep up with the demand. We ... More

Samtel to exit monitor business
TO cope with the ever growing demand for advanced colour picture tubes (CPT), the Rs 1,100-crore Samtel Group, is all set to focus on its core areas and exit from other businesses. A dominant player in the colour picture tubes market, the ... More


  • NGRI scientist chosen for mineral award


    Audit firm qualifies Apollo Tyres accounts
    THE statutory auditor of the Rs 1,710-crore Apollo Tyres has qualified the financial statements of the company for the year ended March 31,2002 over the accounting treatment adopted in writing off advances amounting to Rs 32.70 crore. "The ... More


    Speaking many tongues makes sense
    With the job market demanding something more than technical skills in today's competitive world, many are opting for crash courses in European and East Asian languages. Companies all see multi-language skills as a favoured recruitment criterion, as i t cuts down on high training costs. More


    Avon Organics plans debt recast
    BUOYED by improved performance both in the top and bottom lines during last fiscal, Avon Organics Ltd (AOL), the Hyderabad-based Rs 79-crore pharmaceutical company, has initiated various steps towards consolidating its position in the market ... More


    `Tata Chem to retain equity investments in group cos'
    "For strategic reasons, equity investments in group companies are proposed to be retained. However, there is no particular merit in retaining the equity investments in other companies." More


    Dunlop India to resume works at Chennai unit
    DUNLOP India Ltd is set to recommence operations at its Ambattur production facility located in the western industrial suburb of Chennai, according to reliable sources. The Ambattur plant would produce tyres for the Karnataka-based Falcon ... More


    Toyota plans to sell 36,000 Qualis next year
    TOYOTA Kirloskar Motor Ltd (TKML) plans to sell 36,000 units of Qualis in the calendar year 2003. The Managing Director, Mr Sachio Yamazaki, said the company had recently cut its sales target for the current calendar year to 29,000 units from ... More


    High power cost forcing cos to shut down in Karnataka
    The survey has also brought out certain discrepancies in the figures for increase in HT consumers. This is because the number of installations does not imply that all the 2,865 consumers are actually drawing power. More
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