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Nifty closes above 5000 on better-than-expected Q2 ... 30.8.2033 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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Selloff concern queers deficit pitch 22.12.2014 Telegraph: Business
The government, faced with the challenge of meeting the fiscal deficit target for the current fiscal, will have to ensure that the PSU selloffs are on track - a difficult task, given the prevailing sentiments in the market.
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Premji Invest to buy 1 per cent in HDFC Standard Life Insurance 22.12.2014 ET: Insurance
Wipro founder Azim Premji's Premji Invest will purchase a 1 per cent stake in India’s HDFC Standard Life Insurance for Rs 185 crore.
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FTIL promoter group entity skips holdings disclosure 22.12.2014 All Companies Stories
Sigma Financial Services, part-owned by Jignesh Shah's private firm, held 7,000 shares of FTIL
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Trade Talk 22.12.2014 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Dalmia Cement Bharat Limited, cement manufacturers for the past 75 years, after wholly acquiring Bokaro Jaypee Cement Ltd earlier this month, formally announced their entry into the Jharkhand market on December 17. The company’s business
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Bengaluru-based Maiyas offers bhel in bar form 22.12.2014 ET: Food
The 18-month-old Maiyas has released its first bar product in the Bengaluru and Mumbai markets. The other products in the pipeline include sev puri, bhujia, chakkuli etc.
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Abu Dhabi National Oil Company to make foray into lubricant business in India 22.12.2014 ET: Oil & Gas
To begin with, ADNOC is targeting the premium segment in the motorcycles and passenger cars and the three-wheelers.
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Banks hiring consultancies to do corporate investigations of non-performing loans 22.12.2014 ET: Banking
Often, these forensics reports have become the basis for CBI and police investigations, as they have unearthed several cases of fraud.
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Holding the hands of property buyers 22.12.2014 All Companies Stories
With Rupert Murdoch's News Corp picking up 25% in the parent company, PropTiger is set to claim a large slice of the real estate business
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Walmart sharpens India focus again 22.12.2014 News
Gets ready to open store, in Agra, after two-year break; global head comes next month
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Govt scraps proposed Suuti ETF 22.12.2014 All Economy & Policy Stories
Dubs the exchange-traded fund route for stake sale as 'too complicated'
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Reliance Retail to start online sales of smartphones, laptops and televisions 22.12.2014 ET: Retailing
The Mukesh Ambani-led group's retail arm Reliance Retail has already started trials of consumer electronics and home appliances e-commerce among its employees.
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Battle to control Internet services in city 22.12.2014 Hindu: Cities
Cable operators, broadband service providers trade charges
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Answers to the Strategist quiz (#387) 22.12.2014 All Specials Stories
Pantaloon or Pantaloons. During the French Revolution (1789-1799), the male citizens of France adopted a working-class costume including ankle-length trousers, or pantaloons from a Commedia dell'Arte character named Pantalone. The English novelist ...
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Cloud computing is not only about cost-cutting: Sanjay Manchanda 22.12.2014 All Specials Stories
In its next phase, cloud computing will help companies react to market changes faster, Sanjay Manchanda tells Rohit NautiyalWhat changes you have noticed in the understanding of cloud computing among your enterprise solutions clients in India?Over ...
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Back to basics 22.12.2014 All Specials Stories
Smart IT infrastructure and data analytics are powering Marico's supply chain and back-end operations
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Analytics outsourcing: Does the emperor have a clue? 21.12.2014 Deccan Herald - Supplements
In 2001, the entire Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) industry in India had only 9,000 professionals who generated approximately $260 million in revenues; however, this industry had already grown to approximately 75,000 professionals by 2007. The Indian KPO sector barely grew during the great recession of 2008-09 but it is likely to have 166,000 professionals by the end of 2014 generating annual revenue of approximately $6.21 billion. So, overall, during 2001-2014, this sector has grown approximately 24 times, or at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27-28 per cent. In the past 13 years, India has generated approximately 70 per cent of global KPO industry revenues and our models show that India's pre-eminence in this field will continue until 2020, and perhaps beyond. Going forward, our estimates show that overall the KPO outsourcing industry in India is expected to grow from 166,000 professionals and $6.21 billion in revenue in 2014 to approximately 310,000 professionals and $12.12 billion in ...
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Arbitration agreement needs no signature 21.12.2014 All Specials Stories
An arbitration agreement, even though in writing, need not be signed by the parties if the record of agreement is provided by exchange of letters, telex or other modern means of telecommunication, the Supreme Court stated last week. "In the present ...
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Germany's Schmersal begins production from Pune plant 21.12.2014 News
The company has invested Rs 65 cr in the greenfield facility with annual capacity of manufacturing 3.6 million safety switches
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Sebi widens its probe into market use for black money 21.12.2014 Asian Age: Business
Mumbai: As Sebi widens its probe into use of stock market platforms for evading taxes and laundering black money, a large number of small NBFCs and brokers have come under its scanner for having facilitated illicit transactions worth thousands of crores of rupees over the past 2-3 years. It has emerged during initial investigations by Sebi and stock exchanges that such illicit activities tend to accelerate during last few months of a fiscal and quantum of such transactions has grown manifold in the last few years. Besides, a number of such entities, which includes both individuals and corporate brokerage firms, have been found to be repeat offenders for various offences in the securities market and many of them create new shell companies to hide their past precedents, sources said. Those under the scanner also include select listed companies and their promoters, who regularly offer their services for channelising black money and for evading taxes through use of stock exchange platforms. While it may be ...
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