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|June 30, 2005|
How valid is TAM data?
The broadcasting industry's data provider is in the eye of a storm.
TV on your mobile soon!
Nokia tied up with Singapore media giant Mediacorp and Mobile One to demonstrate that TV programmes can be delivered on mobile phones. The service may soon come to India.
|June 27, 2005|
Gurgaon shining or dying?
The glitzy face of Global India is so mired in infrastructural imbalances that, without immediate remedies, it might well be Gurgaon Dying
|June 25, 2005|
Walk for the greater good
TNT Express participates in a walk to help schoolkids raise nutrition levels
Drink that fizz out
Health drinks are making this summer cooler for customers with their fruity concotions
|June 23, 2005|
India offers huge opportunity: LN Mittal
Lakshmi Mittal, Chairman, Mittal Steel, says India is a market of particular opportunity on the basis of its large population and current low per capita steel consumption.
7 great strategies to succeed
Ajay Piramal, Chairman, Nicholas Piramal India Limited, reveals how he achieved phenomenal corporate growth in a new industry by implementing a differentiated strategy.
And now smart cards for NRIs
These cards will be the equivalent of the passport & visa, and will help curb exploitation of Indians going abroad for employment.
|June 21, 2005|
'Go Air fares will be the lowest'
Aviation experts ask whether Jeh Wadia is just a rich kid piloting an impossible dream as he prepares for the launch of his low-cost airline Go Air.
Meet the man who's buying 100 Airbus A320s!
Bhatia may have been emboldened to take the plunge, backed by former US Airways head Rakesh Gangwal, who he has known for 20 years. It seems the duo had first considered starting an airline about two-three years ago.
|June 18, 2005|
Look, how your airport is changing!
Speciality shops, gourmet dining, recreation activities -- and yes, you can catch a flight too! -- on plans for the privatisation of Delhi and Mumbai airports.
Passport to riches
Hero Honda's loyalty programme offers wide ranging products from life insurance to free movie tickets.
Brand on the run
RPG Retail is revamping its plans for a national footprint.
Here come great diesel convertibles
The BMW 320Cd comes with a four-cylinder 1995cc oil burner that puts out 150 horses @ 4000 rpm. That's good enough to get you to 210 kph and blaze past the 100 kph milestone in under 10 seconds.
|June 13, 2005|
Can Bharat Forge beat Infosys?
With powerful growth potential in auto ancillaries and a management that is all geared to exploit the opportunity, Bharat Forge could soon enjoy richer valuations than that of Infosys.
Want to self-drive a rented car?
To hire a Hertz self-drive car, one has be above 25 years with a minimum of three years driving experience. One needs, of course, to fill fuel oneself.
|June 06, 2005|
From a Rs 1,400-job to making millions
A mechanical engineer from Jaipur, joined LML Vespa in Kanpur in 1987 at a paltry salary of Rs 1,400 a month. Today, Mahesh Singhi is the founder of the Rs 5 crore Singhi & Associates Advisors based in Mumbai.
How global dynamics could impact equities
Growth is good. Valuations are intact. Still, funds could flow out of emerging markets as global investors' appetite for risk is declining.
|June 02, 2005|
Coming soon: Low-cost Kerala Airways
Cochin International Airport Ltd plans to launch a low-cost private airline and form an exclusive aircraft maintenance hub for South Asia.
It's two centuries of business for SBI
On June 2, 1806, a clutch of European merchants -- most of whom were Scottish, the East India Company's Bengal government and 27 wealthy Indians launched the Bank of Calcutta.
The RBI's new shoes
Tamal Bandyopadhyay takes a look at some of the prime candidates for a takeover as the Reserve Bank prepares for consolidation in the sector.
|June 01, 2005|
Kumar Birla shares his 9 big lessons
The Aditya Birla Group chairman culls out for you the nine lessons that have been the key to the Birla group's transformation.
Who's right, Tata or Mittal?
Ratan Tata says spectrum should be paid for or auctioned, Sunil Mittal thinks the govt must not auction spectrum. That debate has split the mobile services industry.
Someone's checking up on you!
Before you join an IT company, your past life will be probed thoroughly.