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  • 03-Apr-2007 | Our Regional Bureau

    Uttarakhand to have new excise policy next month

    The Uttarakhand government will introduce a new excise policy from next month, which, it hopes, will increase its revenue.

  • 15-Nov-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Uttaranchal steel units to pay for old power at new rates

    The Uttaranchal Electricity Regulatory Commission (UERC) today issued an order for the revision of tariffs for steel industrial units and other power-intensive units (PIUs), reducing the rate by 65

  • 05-Oct-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    M&M to set up Rs 1,500 cr unit in Uttaranchal

    After setting up its automotive plant for producing three-wheelers at the Haridwar Integrated Industrial Estate (IIE), auto major Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) will set up its third manufacturing

  • 05-Oct-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Craysol to launch speed governors

    Craysol Technologies, a Kochi-based tele communication and software firm, will launch cost- effective speed governors (speed limit device) soon.

  • 20-Sep-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Upgrading Uttaranchal airports to cost Centre Rs 150 crore

    The Centre will spend Rs 150 crore to upgrade airports at Dehra Dun and Pantnagar in Uttaranchal, work for which will be undertaken by the Airport Authority of India (AAI).

  • 01-Sep-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Uttar Pradesh passes Sahara university Bill

    The Rs 30,000-crore Sahara group will now foray into the education sector.

  • 30-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Wind power set for boost

    The Central government is planning to make the depreciation claims available for investments made in wind turbines tradeable.

  • 29-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    CQRA to offer audit, rating for commercial buildings

    Construction Quality Rating Agency (CQRA) today announced plans to offer its services in the area of certifying and rating buildings for their quality, throughtout the country. 

  • 29-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Lakhani to invest Rs 150 cr in Haridwar unit

    Shoe major Lakhani group will invest Rs 150 crore in the next three years to expand its new manufacturing facility at SIDCUL-run Haridwar industrial estate, which began production yesterday, and

  • 28-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Mulayam's likely 3rd anniv sop - hire 70,000 teachers!

    When Mulayam Singh Yadav, the 30th chief minister of UP since independence, completes three years term in office on Tuesday he is likely to announce another gift for the people of the state - the

  • 28-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Bandhej to launch new label `Red Dot` in a few months

    Designer brand, bandage is planning to launch a new label. The new label, to be called Red Dot after its company logo, is in final stages of planning and would be launched in a few months. It also

  • 28-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    IIMs seek time to implement quota Bill

    The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) have announced that they need at least three years time to implement the new quota system regarding reservation for the other backward castes (OBCs).

  • 28-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Grid linking to ease UP`s power crisis

    In a major relief to power-starved Uttar Pradesh, the northern power grid has been linked to the western, eastern and north-eastern power grids.

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    I2IT to set up 100-acre tech edu campus in Pune

    Pune-based International Institute of Information Technology (I2IT), set up by the 2,500 crore Finolex Group, is planning a 100-acre residential campus
    completely dedicated to masters degrees in

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Deepak Nitrite buys Vasant Chem's DASDA biz

    Speciality chemicals and intermediates manufacturer Deepak Nitrite has acquired the di-amino stilbene disulphate acid business (DASDA) of Hyderabad-based Vasant Chemicals for a consideration of Rs 55

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    'ITeS firms to look at untapped talent to stay in hunt'

    The information technology enabled services (ITeS) sector has immense potential to offer job opportunities to the uncovered talent pool, Sreeram Iyer, CEO of Scope International - the BPO arm of

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Singapore keen to invest in Indian metro SEZs

    Singapore is eyeing cities like Hyderabad, Chennai and Mumbai for developing special economic zones (SEZs). It is also looking at collaborating with educational institutions in India for student

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    IVRCL bags group housing project in Noida

    IVRCL Infrastructures & Projects has got allotment of about 43 acres of land in Sector 119 and 121 for group housing in Noida.

    The company is planning construction of around 2.8 million

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Vizhinjam project: Kerala team to meet PM on Aug 31

    Keeping up the momentum on the proposed Vizhinjam deepwater container transshipment terminal project, the Kerala government has fixed August 31 as the date for an all-party team to meet the Prime

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Clinical research course launched

    Inter-Ed Faculty of Clinical Research (IFCR) India has launched a world-class training programme in clinical research in association with the York College of Industry and Technology, Toronto, Canada.

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Nashik exporters oppose increase in power tariff

    The Nashik Industries and Manufacturers Association (Nima), Laghu Udyog Bharati (LUB) and Nashik District Exporters Association (NDEA) have strongly opposed Maharashtra State Electricity

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    `40 per cent of Fortune 500 firms are present in India`

    The growing middle and upper middle class of Indian population are fuelling broadbase growth in the country and 15 key sectors are creating opportunities in the domestic market, said Rajiv Aggarwal,

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Shoppers` Stop chain on nationwide expansion

    Departmental store chain Shoppers Stop and its fully owned bookstore chain subsidiary, Crossword is on the verge of nationwide expansion.

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    IIM-A launches course for armed forces

    The Indian Institute of Ahmedabad (IIM-A) is all set to open its door for the officers of the Indian armed forces.

  • 25-Aug-2006 | Our Regional Bureau

    Sun Microsystems sets up ControlCenter in Chennai

    Sun Microsystems has set up its ControlCenter, third in the world and first in Asia Pacific, in Chennai.