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Push to demat postal schemes
The postal department is determined to give its growing tribe of investors the paperless option — dematerialised certificates — despite the snail-like pace at which the initiative has moved since it was kicked off in some centres three months ba ...  | Read.. 
 
Rally prompts brokerages to widen reach
A bull rally gives impetus to brokerages to expand their network of branches. Motilal Oswal Securities, a leading instit ...  | Read.. 
 
Small enterprises bask in feel-good afterglow
The flush of optimism that has suffused big business houses is spreading across the industrial landscape with small and ...  | Read.. 
 
Truce pact boosts ONGC Sudan assets
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) expects the value of its oil assets in Sudan to shoot up further with the signing ...  | Read.. 
 
Bridge across mobile tech divide
Mobile phone users can soon forget all about the alphabet soup. ...  | Read.. 
 
The postal department is determined to give its growing tribe of investors the paperless option — dematerialised certificates — despite the snail-like ...  | Read
 
 
TVS turns a ‘greenhorn’ along with Piaggio
If you are hunting for some green vehicle at Auto Expo 2004 — and one is not talking about colo..  | Read.. 
Reforms immune to govt change: Ficci
India Inc is keen that economic reforms should proceed apace, no matter which government comes ..  | Read.. 
 
GIC to begin Dubai cover story within two months
General Insurance Corporation (GIC), the national reinsurer, plans to open a branch in Dubai wi..  | Read.. 
 
GE, Bechtel make final Dabhol offer
US multinationals GE and Bechtel have made a final offer of their 10 per cent stake each along with..  | Read.. 
 
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