Monday, March 01, 2004
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ONGC issue managers go into overdrive
The three lead managers to the mega public issue by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) have pulled out all stops to ensure a sizeable subscription. ... |
BSNL to redeem Rs 510 cr bonds
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) has decided to exercise the call option for premature redemption of the first series of ... |
Petronet sets aside 10% for big-ticket investors
Petronet LNG may not allot more than 10 per cent of the 26.09 crore shares it is issuing through a public offer to insti ... |
Hint of mergers in textiles
With the deadline looming for the phase-out of world textile quotas by January 2005, India Inc feels that consolidation ... |
The three lead managers to the mega public issue by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation have pulled out all stops to ensure a sizeable subscription. ONGC ... |
Atal dials 1-2-1, AirTel follows suit
One-to-one is the flavour of the season. Be it Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s recorded m..
Electronic tea bidding on cards
The Tea Board of India has decided to introduce an electronic bidding system for tea in the Guw..
Lupin in pact with Baxter
Sitting on the fence
Throw away traveller’s cheques
Q & A: Proof of age
Automobile exports up 59 per cent
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