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SRK set to repeat Big B’s Gujarat act for Bengal

The Bollywood badshah seems all set to do a Big B for West Bengal. Taking a cue from Amitabh Bachchan’s hardsell of Gujarat Shahrukh Khan may be soon

Xiaomi to sell smartphones through own portal in India

Chinese handset maker Xiaomi will start selling smartphones in India later this year through its own portal as it looks to beef up its presence in one of the world's

Xiaomi to set up first R&D base in India

Handset maker Xiaomi will set up a research and development unit in Bangalore, its first such facility outside of China, as it looks to beef up presence in the booming

Suzuki to invest up to Rs 8,500 cr in Gujarat facility

Japan's Suzuki group will invest up to Rs 8,500 crore in setting up a manufacturing facility here to supply cars to its Indian arm Maruti Suzuki India.
The foundation stone

Obama impressed by hospitality at ITC Maurya

"Awesome hospitality," was how US President Barack Obama described his stay at ITC Maurya, which hosted him and his wife Michelle during their second visit to India.
The couple stayed

SpiceJet joins low fare race

Budget carrier SpiceJet today joined the low fare race in the domestic market putting on the block half a million seats with ticket prices starting at Rs 1,499 under a

Apple iPhone sales trample expectations as profit sets global record

Apple Inc quarterly results smashed Wall Street expectations with record sales of big-screen iPhones in the holiday shopping season and a 70 percent rise in China sales, powering the company

Eveready bets big on new category products

Ritwik Mukherjee
Kolkata

Eveready Industries, owned by the B M Khaitan group, is now thriving on the growth of the business of new categories of lighting products. The market leader in

Ashok Leyland gears up for alternative solution

Commercial vehicle major and Hinduja Group flagship company Ashok Leyland (ALL) is gearing up to tap the emerging opportunities in the alternative transport solution segment in the coming years.

SpiceJet set to run 40% more flights this summer

Crisis-ridden budget carrier SpiceJet, hopeful of fund infusion from investors led by its former director and co-founder Ajay Singh, is likely to increase its flights by 40 per cent to

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    British Airways said it is in talks with Australia’s Qantas Airways about a potential merger, sending its shares soaring as it confirmed

  • Axis introduces HDTV network camera

    Axis Communications introduces a network camera, AXIS Q1755, with HDTV performance in compliance with the SMPTE standard in resolution, colour

  • Spark, Aveo wins J D Power award

    US carmaker General Motors on Tuesday said it has won J D Power Asia Pacific 2008 award for its two cars Chevrolet Spark and Aveo U-VA produced by

  • Volvo to temporarily shut production

    Volvo, the world’s second largest maker of trucks, will temporarily shut production of trucks and construction equipment in response to demand that

  • Jet, United Airlines to join hands

    Jet Airways will forge a frequent flyer partnership with the United Airlines, one of the largest international carriers based in the United States,

  • Dell not launching music player

    Dell has decided not to launch its ambitious digital music player tied to online entertainment software before the holidays, The Wall Street Journal

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    K Srinath Reddy
    President
    Public Health Foundation

    Personalised medicine has limited uses in terms of prediction of diseases, yet it can be helpful in drug targeting and finding out

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    KK Mohanty
    Managing director
    Gammon Infra

    Market situation has improved since the new government came to power. We expect the QIP issue to go through in two to three months.

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    Ajay Kapur
    Chief executive officer
    Ambuja Cements

    The company expects construction acitivity to pick up pace despite the challenging macro-economic conditions, considering the favourable announcements

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    Rajiv Lall
    Managing Director
    IDFC

    There is no clarity on why TAQA took the decision, though they have said there has been a change in priorities.


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