AirTel services outsourced to Ericsson Bharti signs 3-year agreement for over 400 m
EVEN as a hue and cry is being raised in the west over the steady stream of BPO deals to India, in what could be termed a "reverse flow", the first of its kind in the country, Bharti TeleVentures Ltd has announced a three-year agreement to ...
Economy to grow by 8.1 pc in '03-04
THE economy is expected to grow 8.1 per cent during the current fiscal, led by a strong agricultural rebound and sustained buoyancy in both the industry and services sectors. According to the `advance estimates' of national income for 2003-04, ...
Sensex gains 140 on smart rally
AFTER several days of volatile movements, equities on Monday staged a smart rally with active buying in index stocks by institutional investors. However, the undertone in the market remained somewhat bearish, as day traders and retail investors ...
IIM-B weighing options to make good the loss
NOW that the IIMs have more or less ruled out a legal recourse against the HRD Ministry's directive to impose a fee cut in their PGP (Post-Graduate Programmes) courses, the country's premier business schools are busy considering various options ...
SC puts off hearing in sell-off cases
THE Supreme Court on Monday stayed further proceedings in a writ petition pending before the Jodhpur Bench of the Rajasthan High Court challenging disinvestment in Hindustan Zinc Ltd (HZL). A three-judge Bench, comprising Chief Justice Mr V.N. ...
US merchandise exports up 21 pc `Growing trade gap needs rectification'
MR George N. Sibley, US Consul General in Kolkata, has said that in the first nine months of 2003-04, US merchandise exports to India were up 20.8 per cent over the same period a year earlier. After being stuck in the $3.4 billion-$3.7 billion ...
Comments & Letters to the Editor to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscribe to: Business Line