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Tuesday,  July 26,  2005

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                                                                  From July 16, 2005 to July 25, 2005

$1.5-Billion Credit To Help Africa Fight Hiv-Aids
India has earmarked $1.5 billion in lines of credit to help Africa fight HIV-AIDS and other pandemics, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said in a message to the July 4-5 African Union summit in Sirte, Libya.

Satyam's Novel Solutions Lab
Emphasis to graduate from relationships to partnerships Graduation from relationships to partnerships.

It-Based Healthcare Systems Launched
Remote villages getting benefit of medical sciences through SatCom: ISRO chief.

Indian Businesses Invited To Set Up Plants In Trinidad

The region has a long history of peace and democracy, high per capita income, a high literacy rate and a large population of Indian origin.

Route Map For Young Eco-Conservationists

Environment education is a compulsory subject from this year onwards. And schools are grappling with the question of finding qualified and quality teachers to impart education on the environment.

Audi To Launch Entry-Level A4 Sedan By Dec

Audi AG, German luxury car maker, is readying to take on the competition seriously at the entry level of premium luxury car market in India by launching the A4 sedan by end of this year.

Chinese Team Steps Into Textile City
The meeting was scheduled to start at 6.30 p.m. and by 6.25 p.m. the Ball Room at the Residency here was packed.

Private sector will bench mark government work

Yet another effort at bench-marking the performance of the Union government’s ministries and departments is on the cards.  

Birla Sun Life overtakes foreign parent in sales

Subsidiary gets more biz than sun life does in Canada.

GE to invest $63 m in tech parks fund

GE Commercial Finance Real Estate will invest $63 million (About 270 crore) in a newly launched Indian technology parks fund to take advantage of a boom in the country’s services outsourcing industry, it said on Wednesday.


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