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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Indian companies
Indian companies like ICICI can successfully take their models overseas because they are firmly anchored to their home market.
Companies that do not have a capital, or companies having some or all of their share capital with no par value, pay the sum of €210 per year.
International Companies are required to maintain financial statements to reflect their financial position but are not required to file accounts with the authorities.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Indian-companies   (218 words)

 tata.com : Indian firms spread their wings
Indian firms are fast emerging as global players with their foreign direct investment and acquisitions activities having gained ground in the last couple of years.
The Tata group and India's oil and gas companies are largely investing in the old economy, a large chunk of Indian acquisitions is in the IT sector.
Indian companies' apparent lack of experience in the global market is not a disadvantage, says Mr Rosling.
www.tata.com /tata_sons/media/20041020.htm   (886 words)

 Asia Times Online - The best news coverage from South Asia
The past six to eight months have seen Indian business and government delegations visit the US and Iraq to lobby for work, as well as to make first-hand assessments of the extent of possible Indian involvement, and to see the security situation and establish crucial contacts.
The Indian business lobby that stands to gain through the Iraq-US dispensation is quite powerful as India and Iraq have been traditional business partners for a long time.
The Indian delegation, to be headed again by Abhyankar, is likely to be in Iraq from December 17 to 21.
www.atimes.com /atimes/South_Asia/EL13Df05.html   (1367 words)

 List of BPO Companies In India Directory of Indian BPO Outsourcing Companies
List of BPO Companies In India Directory of Indian BPO Outsourcing Companies
A separate Ministry of Information Technology was set up to expedite swift approval and implementation of IT projects and to streamline the regulatory process.
Information Technology Act 2000: The Information Technology Bill that was passed in the Indian Parliament in May 2000, has now been notified as the IT Act 2000.
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  The 2007 DiversityInc Top 10 Companies for Supplier Diversity
The companies on this list have made major commitments to developing significant supplier-diversity programs.
In assessing the Top 10 Companies for Supplier Diversity, the most critical factors are the percent of the total procurement budget going to minority- and women-owned businesses, tying executive compensation to supplier-diversity results, having mandatory Tier II supplier diversity, community commitment (loans, education, mentoring of suppliers) and requiring third-party certification.
Companies also were penalized if they included all small businesses, including those owned by white men, as "diverse suppliers" or excluded certain categories from supplier-diversity requirements.
www.diversityinc.com /public/1630.cfm?sd=160   (1007 words)

 Six Indian Companies Make It To The Fortune 500 List
Gaining strength in the global arena, six Indian companies have made it to the elite list of Fortune Global 500 companies,
Among the six Indian companies on the list, IOC holds the top rank at 153rd position, followed by RIL at 342nd rank, BPCL at 368, HPCL at 378th, ONGC at 402nd and the new entry SBI has been placed at 498th rank.
Paris holds the second position with 27 companies, while New York is at third position with 24 companies, followed by London at fourth rank with 23 companies and Beijing at fifth position with 15 Fortune Global 500 firms.
tradeaffairs.com /News/Economy/fortune.html   (196 words)

 IndianExpress.com :: Mittal, Ambanis top Forbes list of Indian billionaires
There are five newcomers in the list this year including owner of Sun TV Kalanithi Maran, promoter of construction firm Unitech, Ramesh Chandra and Jignesh Shah, who set up commodities exchange MCX.
But the list’s biggest loser was Anurag Dikshit, who slipped from 10th to 29th rank, on the back of a slide in the stock of his Internet gaming outfit — PartyGaming — over regulatory issues.
Privately held companies were valued by coupling estimates of revenues or profits to prevailing ratios for similar publicly traded companies.
www.indianexpress.com /story/16812.html   (694 words)

 EETimes.com - Tata tops list of Indian software exporters
The National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom) reported that Tata accounted for $1.19 billion of the $8.9 billion that software and services exports provided by Indian companies in 2003.
The Nasscom survey did not include companies listed outside India, such as Cognizant Technologies, which are based in the U.S. but have significant offshore operations in India.
Nasscom said Indian IT companies have seen significant revenue growth as they increasingly move beyond traditional services.
www.eetimes.com /showArticle.jhtml?articleID=23900750   (483 words)

 Tax Havens: Choose the Best Offshore Jurisdiction from Our List
At Offshore Companies House, we pride ourselves in representing the BEST Tax Havens that are available in the Caribbean, Central America, Europe and the Indian Ocean.
The legislation which enables the formation of offshore companies in these off-shore jurisdictions is progressive, you can pay zero tax.
Privacy and confidentiality and freedom from all taxes in these havens are guaranteed, company structures are flexible and the process of incorporation is fast and efficient.
www.offshore-companies.co.uk /eng/offshore   (159 words)

  list of indian companies using CRM solutions
i want the list of companies which are using CRM.
Re: list of indian companies using CRM,what is the result of using CRM
I just want the list of companies which are currently using crm and how did they implemented it in their organization?
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  Indiantelevision.com > News Headlines > Zee, TV18, Balaji in top 500 Indian companies’ list
NEW DELHI: Only a handful of media companies like Zee Telefilms, Deccan Chronicle and Television Eighteen find a place in a survey of top 500 Indian companies conducted by Economic Times (ET) newspaper.
The other two media organizations finding a place in the top 500 Indian companies are Adlabs (rank: 342) and TV and movie production house Balaji Telefilms (rank: 355).
The market cap of companies during the period June 16-30, 2006 has been considered, while sales and profit numbers are for 12 months ended March 2006.
www.indiantelevision.com /headlines/y2k6/aug/aug152.htm   (302 words)

 Lists of companies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is an incomplete list of lists of companies.
List of companies listed on the Athens Stock Exchange
List of companies listed on the London Stock Exchange
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_companies   (94 words)

 Indian firms second in list of global challengers
India Inc is second on the list of global challengers, according to a study by Boston Consulting Group and the Confederation of Indian Industries.
Forty-four Chinese and 21 Indian companies dominate a list of 100 companies, which are the emerging global challengers, chosen from 12 rapidly developing economies.
These companies are ready to challenge, or, as in some cases, are already challenging the dominance of multinationals from developed countries.
www.rediff.com /money/2006/apr/07india.htm   (446 words)

 List of Indian companies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of Indian listed companies including Public Sector Undertakings.
Please note that the list is highly incomplete and does not have thousands of companies of different sizes.
J J Softwares (JJS) - Jehovah Jireh Softwares - international software development company.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_Indian_companies   (103 words)

 Nasdaq expects more Indian companies by next year - Deccan Herald   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Enthused by the success of Infosys and Sify, about 5-10 more Indian companies are aiming to list their shares in Nasdaq in the next 12-18 months.
Nasdaq listing also increases visibility of Indian companies globally, especially when many of them are now active in US, he said.
Indian companies have not gone for overseas listing of their equities for a long time as they found cheaper options in raising debt through instruments like Foreign Currency Convertible Bonds.
www.deccanherald.com /deccanherald/dec092004/update7.asp   (443 words)

 Business : Press Releases : HindustanTimes.com
Companies from the oil and gas and FMCG industries bag the second spot with 10 companies each in the first 100, followed by engineering at nine (excluding the power and electrical equipment industry list that has seven companies in the list).
Only 20 companies out of the top 100 exporting companies (within the universe of 840 companies and ranked in terms of exports / net sales) find a place in the top 100 companies ranked by operating margin.
The ranking is for the year 2002, and we have analyzed the performance of the entire universe of 840 odd companies in the ranking universe across a period of five years.
www.businesswireindia.com /Feeds/HT/b2mrelease03727.asp   (865 words)

 The Hindu : Business : ONGC, Reliance in Business Week list
Other Indian companies in the list are Indian Oil Corporation, at the 638th position with a market value of $8.61 billion, followed by Wipro at 704th slot with a market value of $7.81 billion.
Among the eight Indian companies in the list, three companies are public sector undertakings while five are from the private sector.
The top five global companies according to the list are General Electric at Number 1 position with a market value of $328.11 billion, followed by Microsoft with a market value of $284.43 billion.
www.hindu.com /2004/07/23/stories/2004072304861500.htm   (320 words)

 Indian Companies   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This is an e-mail, website, and telephone directory for diamond companies, both manufacturers and dealers, located in Mumbai which is the home base of 1000's of diamond offices; and Surat, in the state of Gujurat, which is India's major diamond manufacturing center.
Located in Mumbai, his company is looking for large quantities of rough diamonds, and would like to have complete ownership details as well as description of rough with reference to size, shape, quality, and quantity.
The company, C. Mahendra, of Mumbai, is a manufacturer of polished diamonds specializing in a comprehensive range of Indian polished with offices in the major diamond centers worldwide.
www.keyguide.net /indian_companies   (856 words)

 20 Indian firms in Forbes list of top companies- The Economic Times   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the ranking based on sales, profits, assets and market value, State Bank tops among the Indian companies with an impressive ranking of 268 among the 2000 followed by Reliance which is placed 306 in the overall list.
Indian Oil Corporation at 325 and Oil and Natural Gas Commission at 351 are third and fourth among the Indian companies.
There are 776 US-based companies on the list, which is the maximum number for a particular country.
economictimes.indiatimes.com /cms.dll/articleshow?msid=65562   (402 words)

 The Hindu : Business : More Indian companies may list on the Nasdaq
The interest among companies to list on the Nasdaq was broadbased throughout the Asia Pacific region, they said pointing out that nine companies from China have listed and another three were in the pipeline.
One Indian company was looking at listing in the next quarter of 2005 they said.
Many Hyderabad-based companies have adopted the GAAP standard for their accounts, and they expect several of them to list on the Nasdaq in the coming years.
www.hindu.com /2004/12/10/stories/2004121007221700.htm   (381 words)

 The Hindu Business Line : Cos with Indian accounting norms can list on LSE
INDIAN companies can now get listed on London Stock Exchange (LSE) by reporting their financial results based on Indian accounting standards.
With this new rule, Indian companies can list directly with the UK Listing Authority (UKLA), but can continue to use India's generally accepted accounting principle, instead of conforming to the new European requirement for listed companies to report.
However, the companies which follow Indian accounting standards will not be able to market and sell their securities to retail investors.
www.thehindubusinessline.com /2005/11/05/stories/2005110502780100.htm   (506 words)

 MENAFN - Middle East North Africa . Financial Network News: 20 Indian firms ranked on Forbes list of top 2,000   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Twenty Indian companies including State Bank of India (SBI), Reliance, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) have made it to the first Forbes List of top 2,000 companies, IANS reported.
IOC, which was the only company named in the Fortune 500 list of global companies, has been placed in the 325 rank by Forbes, and ONGC at 351.
Among private Indian companies, Reliance Industries is in top with a ranking of 306 in the global list.
www.menafn.com /qn_news_story_s.asp?StoryId=23341   (133 words)

 News Headings
Besides the Indian companies, 46 Pakistani government and private firms along with some 100 subsidiaries have also been fllisted by the US Commerce Department, which formally published the list yesterday in pursuance of US economic sanctions imposed on the two countries following their May nuclear tests.
Introducing the resolution at the DISC, Indian Ambassador to disarmament conference in Geneva, Savitri Kunadi, said the operational consideration still accorded to nuclear weapons after the cold war is dangerous and constitutes a risk to humanity.
NEW DELHI, Nov 14 — India today termed the US "entities list" covering Indian companies and organisations having export restrictions and embargoes from the USA as "unfortunate" saying that "this decision reflects the continuation of a coercive approach that is entirely misplaced and counter-productive".
www.tribuneindia.com /1998/98nov15/head.htm   (1427 words)

 Indian BPO goes global shopping
Other than reflecting the growing ease with which Indian companies are acquiring businesses outside India, the new trend marks a milestone in the development of the Indian BPO sector, which is now growing faster than software services.
Successful Indian BPO operations like Wipro Spectramind, Daksh, 24/7Customer or Infosys, which has a majority stake in BPO company Progeon, are not in the buyers' league but Essar, which is making a late entry, and TCS, which has not grown its BPO business very rapidly, are there.
For US based small to medium companies it is an opportunity to exit, as margins are squeezed and there is no end state (light at the end of the tunnel).
www.rediff.com /money/2003/nov/19bpo.htm   (1203 words)

 GISIndia - GIS Companies in India
With the motto “Sky is the Limit” the company is being run by a group of dynamic professionals.
In fact, the Company is now poised to play a significant role in the Global market by promoting Web based Spatial Information Systems using a host of components and tools developed by the Company.
The Company has set-up a skeletal base in US and Australia in its effort towards globalization and intends to intensify its efforts towards developing the global market.
members.rediff.com /gisindia/company.htm   (2586 words)

 The Hindu Business Line : Indian pharma companies top DMF filings
Indian companies accounted for the largest share of 35 per cent in the overall filings of 355 DMF submissions during the quarter under review, according to industry sources.
While there has been a broad-based participation by the Indian pharma companies with 32 companies submitting a total of 97 drug dossiers excluding non-drug filings, the scene was mostly dominated by the mid-sized companies over the domestic industry majors.
The Hyderabad-based Aurobindo Pharma Ltd has topped the list of Indian pharma companies with 21 DMF filings, followed by Lupin with nine and Matrix Laboratories with eight.
www.thehindubusinessline.com /2006/08/23/stories/2006082302910200.htm   (305 words)

 FT.com / Markets / UK - London’s Aim draws Indian business interest   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Dozens of Indian companies are keen to list on alternative global stock exchanges such as London’s Alternative Investment Market as they seek to boost valuations, sidestep India’s regulatory hurdles and avoid stringent US rules.
Interest is especially keen among Indian companies from sectors such as real estate, infrastructure, information technology, pharmaceuticals and energy.
There are only two Indian companies listed on Aim, but its high performance and its less rigorous listing criteria compared with the London main board are attracting the interest of others.
www.ft.com /cms/s/df04cd6c-3917-11db-a21d-0000779e2340,_i_rssPage=61e21220-6714-11da-a650-0000779e2340.html   (420 words)

I know this for fact since it does not list a company in Pune that I have worked for.
For example, Infosys is listed under Bangalore, though it has a huge development center in Pune and other cities as well.
Folks for that company were very happy, they got huge salaries (unlike most Indian companies who give "stipends") and they were abroad for 3 to 6 months, when they needed extra-cash-inflow for personal needs.
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