SEZ policy has come to stay: PM
Making it clear that the SEZ policy has come to stay in the country, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today said a humane and just policy on the resettlement of land oustees was being formulated by the government.
BT may offer low-powered GSM in India
British Telecom (BT) of the UK is considering a low-powered global system for mobile communications (GSM) service in India, which can bring down the costs significantly on calls made by mobile phones inside offices.
TCS, Deutsche Telekom talks still at early stage
Tata Consultancy Services’ (TCS) talks to buy out the IT business unit of German telecom giant Deutsche Telekom apparently “did not even move beyond the preliminary stages”.
Pakistan test fires nuke-capable missile
Pakistan on Thursday successfully test-fired a nuclear-capable cruise missile with the capability to avoid radar detection, the military said.
Reliance eyes partnership with Chevron to bid for NELP-VII
Reliance Industries (RIL), India’s largest firm by market capitalisation, is planning to rope in US giant Chevron for a partnership that will bid for exploration blocks under the National Exploration and Licensing Policy (NELP) programme.
Islamic militants jailed for beheadings
Three Islamic militants were found guilty Wednesday of decapitating three Christian schoolgirls in Indonesia and dumping their bloodied heads in nearby villages, judges said. They were sentenced to between 14 and 20 years.
IOC fails to acquire Congo assets
Indian Oil Corp, the nation's largest refiner, has lost out in the race for acquiring French company Maurel & Prom's stake in oilfields in Congo.
ONGC to pick 50% in SPV to execute Tripura Power
The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation has reworked the project structure of ONGC Tripura Power Corporation, its proposed gas-based power project in the state.
REL bags Rs 576-cr TN road project
The Anil Ambani-controlled Reliance Energy (REL) has bagged a contract for developing the Trichy-Dindigul National Highway four-laning project.