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Monday , June 20 , 2011
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Swraj awaits Singur solution
Caparo, owned by Lord Swraj Paul, is rooting for the speedy resolution of the Singur imbroglio to firm up its Bengal plan. The company had invested around Rs 200 crore to set up an ancillary unit adjacent to Tata Motors’ Nano plant three ...  | Read.. 
Oil India weighs foreign arm
State-owned Oil India plans to set up a subsidiary for its overseas operations to facilitate its hunt for assets abroad. ...  | Read.. 
Greaves looks to make small car engines
Greaves Cotton, which makes engines for three- and four-wheelers, now plans to cater to small car companies. ...  | Read.. 
Firms gear up to fight cyber attacks
Firms are mulling online security strategies following a sharp rise in cyber attacks on their IT systems. ...  | Read.. 
Private airlines vie for AI pilots
Private airlines are targeting disgruntled Air India pilots who have either quit or are planning to do so. ...  | Read.. 
Lord Swraj Paul
Swraj awaits Singur solution

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Second Park hotel to be built along Bypass
The city is likely to get another Park hotel in three years. ..  | Read.. 
PSU funds returns
Public sector banks should be made to bid for surplus funds lying with the state-owned firms, rath..  | Read.. 
Boeing unveils bigger jumbo jet
Boeing Co’s 747-8 Intercontinental, the new elongated passenger version of its legendary jumbo..  | Read.. 
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