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Tuesday,  October 04,  2005


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From September 20, 2005 to October 03, 2005

Infy, Wipro, Icici World's Best

Software giants Infosys Technologies and Wipro along with ICICI Bank are the three Indian companies that figure in the list of 50 fabulous Asian firms compiled by Forbes magazine.

India Among Top Three Fdi Destinations

India has emerged as one of the three most attractive destinations for Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows, according to United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD). 

Dr Reddy’S Lab Inks A Unique Deal

Dr Reddy’s Laboratories announced, on Thursday, that the company has entered into a co-development and commercialisation agreement with Denmark based Rheoscience A/S for the joint development and commercialisation of Balaglitazone (DRF 2593), ... 

Extreme Networks Sets Up Centre In Chennai

Extreme Networks, a US-based provider of telecom networking solutions, has set up a software development centre in Chennai which will focus on the converged networking solutions. 

India Still First Choice For Global Sourcing: Gartner

Global offshore spending on IT services to touch $50 b.

Infineon Will Hike Headcount To 800

Infineon Technologies India Pvt Ltd, on Tuesday, announced it plans to increase its headcount to 800 in the next 18 months.

Isro To Launch Dozen Satellites In Four Years

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch 10 to 12 communication satellites into the geostationary orbit in the next four years. 

Plastic Waste To Be Used For Asphalting Roads

Bangalore Mahanagara Palike to implement project this year with assistance from the World Bank.

Tn Student Extracts Bio-Diesel From Vegetable Oil

A student of Madurai Kamaraj University here, helped by a research scholar, has successfully extracted bio-diesel from residual vegetable oil.

Foreign Companies In India Making Profits'

Majority keen to expand business in India.

Elephant Slowly Inching Ahead Of The Dragon

India’s long-term potential may be greater than China’s as the Communist giant faces a shrinking work force due to its one child policy, according to Business Week Online. 

25 Monuments To Be Restored

Youth urged to create awareness about preserving heritage structures Restoration to cost Rs. 1 crore Over 25,000 `unsung and unprotected' monuments in State 1,360 monuments listed as `protected' All historical monuments in Hampi mapped with ISRO



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