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XLRI beats economic slowdown, placement hits 100% for summer interns in record time

Tuesday 29 October '13

The XLRI recruitment drive saw 105 companies make 336 offers to the batch, with highest amount being Rs 3L.
Tata Steel Q1 results to match growth: H M Nerurkar

Monday 24 June '13

Tata Steel matched 5%-6% economic growth the country is currently witnessing.
Demand for heavy vehicles to remain slow, says Tata Motors

Saturday 22 June '13

Tata Motors feels that the subdued domestic demand for medium/heavy commercial vehicles (MCV/HCV) would continue.
Tata Motors plant in fifth block closure of truck unit

Tuesday 15 January '13

Persisting weak demand has forced Tata Motors take a three-day block closure at its heavy and medium commercial vehicles plant here between January 14 and 16


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