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Kathmandu, February 16, 2012
The Maoist-affiliated All Nepal Trade Union Federation (Revolutionary) had padlocked the Hetauda-based factory of the company on February 4, demanding for pay hikes.

New Delhi, January 17, 2012
The report cautioned: \"Double-dip recessions in Europe and the United States would have a significant impact on economic activities across South Asia.\"

Pune, January 7, 2012
Nobel laureate Amartya Sen says there is a huge gap on social front between Indian and China as the former is one of the best performers in terms of social indicators.

BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, January 2, 2012
Buoyed by its success in the domestic market, handset maker Micromax is aiming high.  It plans to join touch the billion-dollar mark in revenues in the next few years.

BT Online Bureau
November 21, 2011
The company claims to have improved the car's mileage to 25.4 km per litre from the existing 23.6 km per litre. The 624 cc engine has also been made more powerful. The 'new' Nano will continue to be available at existing prices - between Rs 1.40 lakh and Rs 1.96 lakh.
November 24, 2011
PowerGrid proposes joint ventures in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, entailing an investment of Rs 1,500 crore in October this year.

New Delhi, September 28, 2011
The first batch of cars that will be exported to the island nation comprises 72 units, out of which 50 cars will be allotted to Sri Lankan Air Force officials at the time of the inauguration.

Coimbatore, September 24, 2011
Life Insurance Corporation says it is planning to expand in overseas markets and will start segmenting agents next month onwards, even as the Insurance industry is witnessing a de-growth.

Headlines Today Bureau
Mumbai, September 20, 2011
After introducing the cheapest car to the world -- Nano -- about three years ago, Tata Motors has now come out with one of the world' most expensive cars.

Kanchipuram (Tamil Nadu), September 16, 2011
Hyundai Motors India Vice-President R Sethuraman says a new small car that will fill slot between the Tata Nano and Maruti Alto is set to be launched.

New Delhi, September 7, 2011
Commercial vehicles-maker Asia MotorWorks (AMW) said it plans to launch up to five models by December this year as it looks to increase sales volumes by three-fold this fiscal.
September 6, 2011
Tata Nano, billed as the world's cheapest car, entered Sri Lanka's taxi market this summer. The country became Nano's first foreign market and costs $8,500, compared to about $3,000 in India.

Kushan Mitra
September 2, 2011
Hero would fondly remember Honda. That may be because Hero got a true sweetheart deal as it can launch products with Honda technology till June 2014 and can continue to sell them for as long as it wants. They have begun on a good note, but a good divorce settlement can ensure only short-term happiness.
August 30, 2011
They were strong contenders for the BT Top 25 list this year.

S.P.S Pannu
New Delhi, August 19, 2011
Pakistan is cautious over liberalising trade as it fears that its industry would be swamped by cheaper Indian goods with which its manufacturing sector is not in a position to compete with.
August 17, 2011
Tata considers setting up overseas factories to assemble Nano to help boost sales of the car

E. Kumar Sharma
August 15, 2011
Some state university B-schools, such as FMS, Delhi, are among the country's best, but others face constraints such as bureaucracy and poor funding.

August 11, 2011
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said the payment and receipt by way of coins was being limited to Rs 1,000 by an individual, as suggested by the Reserve Bank, for sake of convenience.

New Delhi, August 3, 2011
The company, which currently has 250 full-range dealerships, will open 300 Nano-specific and 100 utility vehicle-specific showrooms by the end of this financial year.

New Delhi, August 2, 2011
While the company has already started exports of completely built units of the Nano to Sri Lanka and Nepal, it is considering assembling the Nano abroad, including ASEAN region and Latin America.

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