Saturday, September 26, 2009



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Air India pilots not ready for talks, to go on mass leave

Posted: 26 Sep 2009 11:53 AM PDT

MUMBAI: Around 400 Air India pilots, who threatened to go on mass sick leave to protest the airline’s decision to cut their incentives, on Saturday rejected the management’s offer for talks and said they will stick to their agitation plan. Senior executives as well as other p...

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Confidence Petroleum India

Posted: 26 Sep 2009 09:57 AM PDT

Confidence Petroleum India (CONFIPET) is engaged in the liquid petroleum gas (LPG) bottling business. It was incorporated in July 1994 as a private limited company and converted into a limited company in September 1994. Earlier known as Deversa Gas-Chem, it got its present name on Feb. 21...

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IPO pricing in focus; small investors grumble

Posted: 25 Sep 2009 11:09 PM PDT

Mumbai: Jayesh Jhaveri has had enough of Indian IPOs for now. Most Read RIL threatens to stop gas supply to Reliance Infra Wipro-BPO to recruit 15,000 this year Are MIPs of MFs a safe bet? GE extends multi-million dollar deal with Satyam In pics: Ford unveils small car ‘Figo&...

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Pipavav IPO clears SAT after SEBI’s red mark

Posted: 25 Sep 2009 11:08 PM PDT

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: For a good part of Thursday and Friday, thousands of investors in one of the latest initial public offerings — Pipavav IPO Top banking stocks Volatility in the stock markets Measuring market volatility Ten hot money-spinners in India Long term plan for better re...

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Thinksoft lowers IPO price band, extends closure

Posted: 25 Sep 2009 11:07 PM PDT

Thinksoft Global Services, a small information technology (IT) company, today extended the closing date of its initial public offer (IPO) and revised the price band after a lukewarm response to the issue. While the subscription period has been extended by four working days till October 1,...

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Sebi may segregate retail, institutional MF schemes

Posted: 25 Sep 2009 11:06 PM PDT

In a bid to protect the interests of retail investors, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is planning a clear segregation of retail and institutional schemes. Sources said Sebi might ask fund houses to create separate portfolios and net asset values (NAVs) for retail and in...

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