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  • 28-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    TN chalks out new MSME policy

    Envisages generation of one million direct and indirect opportunities

  • 28-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    Saravana Global charts Rs 200cr expansion

    To set up new manufacturing unit in Chengalpet district.

  • 25-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    Realty, hospitality sectors catch PE firms` fancy

    With IT projects taking a backseat on the investment front, private equity (PE) funds are cosying up to residential, commercial and hospitality spaces in south India.

  • 21-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    Integra chalks out expansion plan

    In view of increasing interest among global publishers to offshore publishing BPO services to India, Pondicherry-based Integra Software Services is chalking out an expansion plan involving investments

  • 20-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    European firms to cash in on India`s foundry boom

    Foundry equipment makers from Europe are keen on boosting their Indian operations in light of plans by global firms to source castings from the country and the subsequent investments by the industry,.

  • 15-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    Leather body wants excise rescinded as cushion against rupee appreciation

    The Indian leather industry has sought removal of excise duty on leather products to encourage exporters sell quality goods in the domestic market.

  • 13-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    Foundries to invest Rs 2,000 cr

    Demand for castings triggers huge investments by the countrys foundry sector.

  • 05-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    Rupee rise hits leather exports

    Down 2.6% in the first half of FY08, putting financial burden on exporters.

  • 04-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    The steel anchor

    BACKSTAGE

  • 01-Feb-2008 | G Balachandar

    More takers for luxury cars

    The rapidly growing luxury car segment (at a price range upwards of Rs 25 lakh) in India has seen young affluent customers buying vehicles on the back of a rise in disposable incomes, changing

  • 31-Jan-2008 | G Balachandar

    Skill development programme for students launched

    Programme envisages training about 1,500 engineering and management professionals across the country every year.

  • 24-Jan-2008 | G Balachandar

    Strong R&D focus helps Lucas-TVS march ahead

    Leading auto electrical parts manufacturer Lucas-TVS, which will be supplying starters and alternators for Tata's Nano, says that a strong focus on technology and development of capabilities to design

  • 09-Jan-2008 | G Balachandar

    Indian Bank lures HNIs with tech banking

    The public sector Indian Bank is gearing to lure high net worth individuals (HNIs) and new generation users by aggressively focussing on technology banking services through a phalanx of innovative

  • 08-Jan-2008 | G Balachandar

    TN allots Rs 6 cr for road safety measures

    The Tamil Nadu government has allotted over Rs 6 crore towards road safety measures and campaigns during 2007-08 in an attempt to create road safety awareness and reduce accidents.

  • 07-Jan-2008 | G Balachandar

    TN secures 600 Mw to tide over shortfall

    The Tamil Nadu government is gearing up to tide over the power shortfall in the state. It has managed to secure about 600 Mw of power from the Centre and a few states to meet its power requirements.

  • 28-Dec-2007 | G Balachandar

    Smaller cities and towns get a dash of 'green'

    The emerging green building movement in India is spreading to smaller cities and towns from the metros, not to mention the diversity in the projects being registered for green building certification,

  • 26-Dec-2007 | G Balachandar

    Indian firms join DuPont for workplace safety

    A number of companies from India, including Reliance Industries and Hindustan Unilever, have joined US multinational chemical and healthcare company DuPonts global initiative to improve workplace

  • 20-Dec-2007 | G Balachandar

    Bad loans law worries industry

    Micro and small enterprises (MSEs) are urging the Centre to re-orient the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest (SARFAESI) Act of 2002, contending

  • 18-Dec-2007 | G Balachandar

    India Pistons to invest Rs 200 cr in three years for expansion

    Following the announcement of its 50:50 joint venture with the Germany-based Mahle GmbH, auto component manufacturer India Pistons is drawing up an expansion programme involving an outlay of about Rs

  • 10-Dec-2007 | S Kalyana Ramanathan & G Balachandar

    Apache's SEZ appeal in rural Andhra

    It is an impromptu court at Tada, a village in the Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh. A group has collected on the sidewalks of the highway connecting Chennai with Kolkata, between vast expanses of

  • 30-Nov-2007 | G Balachandar

    Sew Eurodrive to set up Sriperumbudur facility

    Sew Eurodrive India, a fully-owned subsidiary of German transmission products company Sew Eurodrive GmbH, plans to set up an assembly plant at Sriperumbudur near Chennai with an investment of Rs 30-35

  • 29-Nov-2007 | G Balachandar

    eLogistics secures patent for vehicle tracking system

    Integrated logistics and supply chain services company eLogistics Ltd has said that its GSM-based vehicle tracking system has been granted a patent till year 2022.

  • 28-Nov-2007 | G Balachandar

    German firm plans plant in TN

    Sew-Eurodrive India, a fully-owned subsidiary of German transmission products company Sew Eurodrive GmbH, plans to set up an assembly plant in the booming Sriperumbudur area near Chennai on an

  • 23-Nov-2007 | G Balachandar

    ETA Engineering charts Rs 40 crore expansion

    ETA Engineering, a part of the Dubai-based $4.5-billion ETA-Ascon Group, is investing Rs 40 crore in setting up a manufacturing unit at Sriperumbudur near Chennai for the manufacture of

  • 22-Nov-2007 | G Balachandar

    Small firms seek SEZ quota

    With land prices hitting the roof, expanding operations even outside the export zones is an unviable option for them.