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BMW launches sedan M3, M4 Coupe

After launching Mini last week, German luxury car maker BMW on Thursday introduced two more cars: BMW M3 and BMW M4 Coupe in India to take on compatriot archrivals market

P&G tops in providing health programmes to workforce

Procter and Gamble was ranked as the top company in India for providing health and wellness programmes for its workforce. Citi Group came next followed by SAP Labs India

Aircel strengthens retail presence to retain customers

Telecom major Aircel is strengthening its retail presence to attract and retain customers. The initiative is an extension of its strategy put in place over two years ago to

JLR to launch 8 models over the next five years

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) is likely to witness volume growth of around nine per cent over the next five years with the company’s focus on adding capacity by starting its

Airtel launches 4G service in Seychelles

Bharti Airtel has launched 4G service in Seychelles which is the operator's first commercial LTE network in Africa.
Airtel said the network is expected to cover 10 000 LTE

BMW launches M3 sedan at Rs 1,19 cr, M4 coupe at Rs 1.21cr

German luxury car maker BMW today launched next generation M3 sedan and all new M4 Coupe in India, priced at Rs 1.19 crore and Rs 1

Pincon Spirit plans to tap liquor market in WB

While working on towards pan India presence in IMFL category, BSE-listed Kolkata-headquartered Pincon Spirit (PSL), is simultaneously gearing up to tap the close to Rs 3000 crore country spirit liquor

Bausch & Lomb to get into aesthetic market

Sangeetha G
Chennai

Contact lens major Bausch & Lomb has entered India’s booming aesthetic market valued at $230 million. The company is launching leading brands for wrinkle reduction and skin

Microsoft launches first non-Nokia Lumia in India

Microsoft launched the Lumia 535 smartphone in India in its name on Wednesday. This marks the end of Nokia-branded smartphones in the market

Kutwal Foods files civil suit against beverage firm Bisleri

Kutwal Foods, manufacturer of processed milk, milk products, soft drinks, fruits juice and packaged drinking water, has slapped a civil suit against multinational beverage giant Bisleri International for alleged infringement

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  • BA in merger talks with Qantas

    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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