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Tuesday,  October 25,  2005


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From October 18, 2005 to October 24, 2005

Microsoft To Hike India Staff Count

In an initiative to spread in the small and medium business (SMB) segment in smaller towns, Microsoft, on Tuesday, announced that it has plans to reach 33 cities within a year by doubling its headcount and marketing investment for the SMB sector.

A Creditable Performance At Kalpakkam

FBTR completes 20 years Though the FBTR was based on the design of the French reactor Rapsodie, it was built with design changes to make it a mini power station by itself.

Sony Ericsson to bring R & D work to India

Mobile phone maker Sony Ericsson is planning to shift a part of its research and development to India.

Unilever to move key jobs

Consumer goods giant Unilever will move more than 2, 000 jobs across human resources, finance and IT operations to India and eastern Europe

India will be BA’s 3rd biggest region soon

The India story is getting big for British Airways.  It will be the third biggest operating region for the airline by next summer after the UK and the US.

Rs 25, 000-cr projects get Govt nod

The State High Level Committee (SHLC) headed by Chief Minister Dharam Singh on Monday cleared 24 mega projects worth around Rs 25, 000 crore and with a potential to generate employment for 83, 4000 people.

Georgia Tech has Bangalore in its sights

Bangalore is on the radar of Georgia Institute of Technology which is planning to set up its independent campus in India.

ST plans to set up chip manufacturing facility in India

Even as world’s largest semiconductor maker Intel is dilly-dallying on setting up a manufacturing facility in India, world’s number-two semi-conductor maker ST Microelectronics has gone ahead and acquired a 25-acre industrial property plot in greater Noida at a cost of over Rs 150 crore.

IIT bag third spot in global rankings

The IITs have got yet an other round of global recognition, this time from an international panel of academics, for the strength and rigour of their academic programme. 

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