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    Family Plastics & Thermoware Pvt Ltd

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    Family Plastics and Thermoware Pvt Ltd. is an ISO 9001 : 2008 Certified company founded in 1998 that produces quality products such as moulded furniture, household items, kitchen containers, fancy articles, garden planters and flower pots...etc at competitive rates, it one of the most sought after names in the Plastic Industry. Their product range is 600+.

    Family Plastics' products are a resounding success, not only in India but also in the Export market that spread from the beautiful cities of North America to the interiors of Middle East and Maldives.

    The clear advantage of Family Plastics over its peers is the superior quality of all its Injection Moulds made in their own factories using the finest class steel and most sophisticated machineries.

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    GAIL (India) Ltd was incorporated in August 1984 as a Central Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) under the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MoP&NG). The company was initially given the responsibility of construction, operation & maintenance of the Hazira – Vijaypur – Jagdishpur (HVJ) pipeline Project. It was one of the largest cross-country natural gas pipeline projects in the world. Originally this 1800 Km long pipeline was built at a cost of Rs 1700 Crores and it laid the foundation for development of market for natural Gas in India.


    Natural Gas Transmission

    Adequate supply of affordable energy is a pre-requisite for sustained growth, especially in the developing and emerging economies. Natural gas has emerged as most benign fuel in this regard.

    Natural Gas is a new age fuel. With only one carbon and four hydrogen atoms per molecule, Natural Gas has the lowest carbon to hydrogen ratio, hence it burns completely, making it the cleanest of fossil fuels. Natural Gas satisfies most of the requirements for fuel in a modern day industrial society, being efficient, non-polluting and relatively economical. The periodic uncertainties and volatility in both the price and supply of oil, have also helped Natural Gas emerge as a major fuel in the energy basket across countries.

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    Liquid Hydrocarbons

    GAIL is marketing Gas Processing Unit’s (GPU’s) products namely Liquefied Petroleum Gases (LPG), Propane, Pentane, Naphtha and by-products of polymer plant namely MFO, Propylene & Hydrogenated C4 Mix. LPG is being sold exclusively to PSU Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) while other products are sold directly to customers in Retail segment.

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    LPG Transmission

    GAIL is the first company in India to own and operate pipelines for LPG transmission. It has 1,900 km LPG pipeline network 1,300 km of which connects the western and northern parts of India and 600 km of networks is in the southern part of the country connecting Eastern Coast. The LPG transmission system has a capacity to transport 3.8 MMTPA of LPG. LPG transmission through pipelines was 3337 TMT in the year 2010-11.

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    Petrochemicals

    GAIL's the country’s premier Natural Gas Marketer & Transporter, diversified into the manufacturing and marketing of downstream HDPE & LLDPE from natural gas cracking at its Pata (Uttar Pradesh state, India) unit from 19th April 1999. The beginning was with a name plate capacity of 2,60,000 MTPA of HDPE and LLDPE. In FY 2009-10, the petrochemical business portfolio contributed over 28% of the segment gross profit.

    GAIL is the only HDPE/LLDPE plant operating in Northern India and has a dominant market share in North India. The primary thrust markets for the polymers had been Western India, but, with the entry of GAIL in the HDPE & LLDPE market Verticals, today North India has also witnessed a rapid and significant growth in the polymer downstream processing Verticals. In a successful span of about a decades of establishing and marketing its grades under the brand names G-Lex & G-Lene, GAIL has along side augmented its name plate capacity of HDPE & LLDPE to 4,10,000 MTPA by adding another dedicated HDPE downstream polymerization unit of 1,00,000 MTPA.

    GAIL has two trains of dedicated HDPE units of the Mitsui slurry technology license (capacity 2 x 1,00,000 MT/A) and marketing the grades under the brand name of G-lex and one train of the HDPE/LLDPE swing plant under the Novacor solution based technology license (capacity 2,10,000 MT/A).

    Further by adding 6th furnace & de-bottlenecking of the plant, the GAIL’s Pata plant capacity will reach to 5,00,000 MTs of Ethylene & 5,00,000 MTs of HDPE/LLDPE producing capacity by FY 2011-12.

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    City Gas Distribution

    GAIL is the pioneer of city gas distribution in India. GAIL took many initiatives to introduce PNG for households and CNG for the transport sector to address the rising pollution levels. Pilot projects were launched in early 1990s in two metros Delhi and Mumbai through joint venture companies Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) and Mahanagar Gas Limited (MGL) leading to the start of commercial operation of city gas projects. The results of these ventures are quite visible through the improvement in air quality in these cities.

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    E&P

    Every cloud has a silver lining and every adversity hides an opportunity. GAIL's Exploration And Production (E&P) unit was born in just such a scenario.

    As the Indian Economy opened up around the year 2000, the business environment changed dramatically. For GAIL, liberalisation meant competition in our core business i.e.midstream and downstream national gas distribution No longer could we rely on statutory support mandating secured sources of Natural Gas for GAIL. The reserves contained in existing contracted fields were fast depleting. The writing was on the wall that we had to find new sources.

    Apart from securing sources for Natural Gas, there were other compelling reasons for GAIL to get into E&P:

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    GAILTEL

    GAILTEL, the Telecom & Telemetry services arm of GAIL (India) Limited, is providing communication services for its business critical pipeline Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for automation of organization-wide business processes/functions and inter/intra office communications apart from commercially leasing telecom services to telecom operators across India since 2001.

    GAILTEL has a reach of around 13000 Km of OFC network along GAIL’s reliable cross country pipelines (5681 Km) and state/national highway routes (7346 Km), connecting 150 towns/cities spanning across Rajasthan, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and NCR.


    POWER

    Gujarat State Energy Generation Ltd was incorporated on December 13, 1998, with Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd (GSPCL) as the main promoter, to set up a Natural Gas-based power project at Hazira. The project was planned with a generation capacity of 156 MW by utilising natural gas from Hazira gas fields jointly owned by GSPCL and NIKO Resources, Canada, at an estimated cost of Rs. 576 crore with a 70:30 Debt to Equity ratio within 21 months from June 1, 2000.

    Fuel Supply Agreement with GSPCL / NIKO and Fuel Transportation Agreement with Gujarat State Petronet Ltd were entered into to securitize fuel supply. An arrangement is in place to sell power to the Gujarat Electricity Board through a Power Purchase Agreement signed on February 28, 2000, for 20 years

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    ITC is one of India's Foremost Private Sector Companies

    ITC is one of India's foremost private sector companies with a market capitalisation of US $ 45 billion and a turnover of US $ 7 billion. ITC is rated among the World's Best Big Companies, Asia's 'Fab 50' and the World's Most Reputable Companies by Forbes magazine and among India's Most Valuable Companies by Business Today. ITC ranks among India's '10 Most Valuable (Company) Brands', in a study conducted by Brand Finance and published by the Economic Times. ITC also ranks among Asia's 50 best performing companies compiled by Business Week.

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    ITC has a diversified presence in FMCG, Hotels, Paperboards & Specialty Papers, Packaging, Agri-Business, and Information Technology. While ITC is an outstanding market leader in its traditional businesses of Cigarettes, Hotels, Paperboards, Packaging and Agri-Exports, it is rapidly gaining market share even in its nascent businesses of Packaged Foods & Confectionery, Branded Apparel, Personal Care and Stationery.

    As one of India's most valuable and respected corporations, ITC is widely perceived to be dedicatedly nation-oriented. Chairman Y C Deveshwar calls this source of inspiration "a commitment beyond the market". In his own words: "ITC believes that its aspiration to create enduring value for the nation provides the motive force to sustain growing shareholder value. ITC practices this philosophy by not only driving each of its businesses towards international competitiveness but by also consciously contributing to enhancing the competitiveness of the larger value chain of which it is a part."

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    ITC's Paperboards and Specialty Papers Division is India's largest, technologically advanced and most eco-friendly, paper and paperboards business. The business caters to a wide spectrum of packaging, graphic, communication, writing, printing and specialty paper requirements through its four world-class manufacturing units, 7sales offices and a network of more than 50 dealers in India, along with an international trade network of 18 distributors / agents and 4 finishing operations close to the market for providing faster service to the customers.

    Having pioneered many specialty applications, ITC's Paperboards and Specialty Papers business enjoys market leadership in the value-added paperboards segment, and also has a significant share of the Indian fine papers market. It is the largest exporter of coated boards from India.


    => Formed in 2000, ITC Infotech has today carved a niche for itself in the arena of global IT services and solutions. The company has established technology Centers of Excellence (CoE) to deepen capabilities and incubate cutting-edge technical competencies. A robust outsourcing model, comprehensive suite of differentiated solutions & services and focus on excellence in execution has provided the company a leadership position in chosen domains.

    ITC Infotech's customer centric go-to-market approach is organized by industry verticals. The company services industries including, Banking Financial Services & Insurance (BFSI), Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), Retail, Manufacturing, Engineering Services, Media & Entertainment, Travel, Hospitality, Life Sciences and Transportation & Logistics.


    => ITC's pre-eminent position as one of India's leading corporates in the agricultural sector is based on strong and enduring farmer partnerships that has revolutionized and transformed the rural agricultural sector. A unique rural digital infrastructure network, coupled with deep understanding of agricultural practices and intensive research, has built a competitive and efficient supply chain that creates and delivers immense value across the agricultural value chain. One of the largest exporters of agri products from the country, ITC sources the finest of Indian Feed Ingredients, Food Grains, Marine Products, Processed Fruits & Coffee.

    ITC's Agri Business Division is the country's second largest exporter of agri-products. It currently focuses on exports and domestic trading of:

    Feed Ingredients - Soyameal
    Food Grains - Wheat
    Marine Products - Shrimps and Prawns
    Processed Fruits - Fruit Purees/Concentrates, IQF/Frozen Fruits, Organic Fruit Products
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    Ace Micromatic Group is the largest machine tool group in India with a presence in many parts of world. The group specializes in the manufacturing CNC Turning Centers, CNC Grinding machines, CNC Machining Centers, and Automation equipment. The group also specializes in the manufacturing of components for diverse sectors namely, Automotive, Aerospace, Medical, Die & Mould, Railways etc.

    The strength of the group is the rich engineering experience among its leaders who are the pioneers in the development of many technologically advanced products. A healthy synergy among the companies has facilitated cross learning and rapid growth of the group to be the front runners in machine tool development.

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    Ace Designers is the largest manufacturer of CNC lathes in India. It is Powered by a young and dynamic team led by the most respected and experienced personnel in the industry. Known for its technological superiority, Ace Designers has led by example.

    Its R&D division has been responsible for the development of truly affordable CNC lathes. A case in point being the Jobber Series. An ISO 9001: 2008 company, it has ensured its product excellence through quality driven manufacturing processes supported by thoughtfully planned infrastructure.

    Ace Designers offers its customers a wide and comprehensive range of machine to suit a broad spectrum of applications. It also offers turnkey solutions, tooled up options, innovative work holding, Cp/Cpk evaluation, TPM friendly machines and more. Having played a vital role in the Indian Industrial renaissance, Ace machines have left their foot prints in the global arena too. They have found acceptance in Europe, USA, South America, UK, Middle East, China, South East Asia, Japan and Australia.


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    Ace Manufacturing Systems (AMS) is one of the largest manufacturers of Machining Centers in India. Strong R&D Facility, a passion to excel and a young dynamic team led by experienced professionals has fuelled the rise of AMS to this premier position.

    Being an ISO9001:2008 company, AMS has reposed great importance in its quality driven manufacturing processes and performance oriented management practices. These are ably supported by modern infrastructure with in-house production of critical components.

    Offering one of the widest range (over 40 variants) of machining centers, both vertical and horizontal, they cover the entire gamut of milling applications, from the simple to the most complicated. AMS also offers turnkey option and tooled up solutions.

    AMS has contributed greatly in dispelling the myth that machining centers are expensive. A strong presence in the domestic market has been complimented by an equally impressive global presence.

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    CNC MACHINES/ CNC TURNING/TURNMILL CENTER/CNC MACHINING CENTER/CNC HMC MANUFACTURER

    Jyoti was the first company to manufacture CNC machines in Gujarat. It was not an end, there are many firsts attached with Jyoti since then. Jyoti, driven by technology and innovation keeps including new firepower in its arsenal by introducing machines like CNC Turning Centers, Vertical Machining Centers, Oval Turning Center i-SECT and machines like VMC 40/70 Linear with innovative Linear technology.

    Jyoti CNC offers vide range of CNC Turning Center, CNC Machining Center (3-4-5 Axes), CNC Horizontal Machining Center, Vertical Line CNC Machines, VTL’s etc. These machines are designed in the State of Art in-house Computerized Design Department equipped with the latest Designing Soft-wares. The Machine Tool is manufactured in-house with the latest Machines right from preparing casting in foundry till final dispatch. Even many bought-out components used are outsourced from the best available in the world.

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    After the opening up of the Indian Economy, there were great challenges present for Indian companies but Jyoti converted all challenges into great opportunities. Jyoti has even decided to compete at the global level and has taken concrete steps by exporting CNC machines. It has also established distribution networks in various continents around the globe.

    Jyoti is passing through the trajectory of growth rate since its inception. Export penetration and inclination has helped Jyoti to establish goodwill among the foreign buyers and distributors.

    The company is passionate about its business, but is also living the life of a true corporate citizen taking care of each and every entity affiliated directly/indirectly.

    Company's expanding footprint ensures its global presence with export operations in countries like Italy, Russia, Poland, Argentina, Brazil and rest of South America, Tanzania and some African countries, Middle East and Other Asian Countries like Malaysia.

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    Tank & Armoured Fighting Vehicle Electronic Systems

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    India's $4 bn howitzer gun buying spree
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    India has begun the process of acquiring howitzer guns of various types. The contracts would be worth hundreds of millions of dollars each and their combined value is likely to be well over a billion dollars.

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    India has begun the process of acquiring howitzer guns of various types. The contracts would be worth hundreds of millions of dollars each and their combined value is likely to be well over a billion dollars.

    India has set aside $4 billion for its artillery projects, neglected for decades largely due to political controversies and corruption scandals. The development is significant for two reasons.

    One, the Indian Army has not purchased a single gun since the infamous Bofors deal 27 years ago, a deal that rocked the Indian political establishment and implicated then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and other senior Indian officials. Eventually though none of the charges could be proved.

    Two, the gun deals may be going through despite the fact that India, due to have general elections in less than ten months, seems to have put an unannounced freeze on any defence deals, particularly with foreign companies.

    Russia will have have an important role to play in at least one of the upcoming howitzer contracts, expected to be worth around $350 million. Russian Rosoboronexport seems ideally suited for supplying 100 self-propelled tracked howitzer guns to the Indian Army and the trials are slated to begin later this month itself.

    Rosoboronexport is likely to be pitted against an unlikely rival: Larsen&Toubro, an Indian company. L&T has been issued industrial licenses for a wide range of products after Government of India’s decision to open up defence production to the private sector. The licenses issued cover design, development, construction/ manufacturing and assembly of a wide range of defence equipment, arms and armaments and weapon launchers.

    Insiders say that L&T is expected to give the Russian company very stiff competition. The L&T howitzers have been built in collaboration with South Korean Samsung Techwin, which means that the Russian companies’ rivals in the Indian defence industry are increasing by the day.

    The South Korean company has already signed a contract with L&T for making key technologies available to the Indian company and producing the guns here.

    This sends out another important message to the Russian defence industry that has not done too well in the Indian defence sector lately, and the Russians have lost out to American, European and even Israeli companies on several big-ticket defence deals.

    The message is this: the Russians need to develop Indian partners, the more the better, as recent policy guidelines from the Indian defence ministry have laid huge stress on the ‘buy Indian’ theme.

    Indian Defence Minister AK Antony’s statement in Parliament on 6 May should leave no one in doubt on this score.

    This is what he said while confirming the upcoming contract for 100 guns: “A case for procurement of Qty.100 x 155mm/52 Caliber Tracked (self-propelled) guns is in progress wherein three Indian vendors, including two private sector companies, have been selected for trials of their equipment. The recent amendments to the DPP-2011 which have been accepted by the Defence Acquisition Council aim to give higher preference to indigenous capacity in the Defence Sector.”

    The recent Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP) guidelines have made it clear that the Indian government will choose to import defence goods only as a last resort and in cases where the required technologies are not available within the country. However, these guidelines have left enough room for foreign companies to forge joint ventures with Indian companies.

    The Indian Army modernisation programme is quite ambitious. It has plans to induct 2,814 guns of different types, capabilities and calibre. Assuming for argument sake that the Indian Army was to induct all these guns, from foreign as well as domestic sources, at one go, it would cost around ten billion dollars at current exchange rates.

    However, the actual process will take years. The current contract of 100 guns itself is unlikely to be inked this year as the trial phase itself would spill over to the first quarter of next year. The guns will be undergoing winter trials this year-end.

    Moreover, given the renewed focus on self-reliance and indigenisation, the Indian Army has asked the state-owned Ordnance Factory Board to deliver over 300 indigenous versions of Bofors guns.

    The Indian Army’s current guns stock is believed to have touched an all time low of just about 200 operations guns of 155/39 caliber, one of the reasons behind the then Army Chief General VK Singh shooting off a no-holds-barred letter to Prime MinisterManmohan Singh about the dire state of Indian military preparedness last year.

    There is yet another message for the Russians that booms out loud and clear from the Indian guns saga. The Russians need to translate their deep political clout with the Government of India into bagging big Indian defence contracts through the government-to-government route.

    In May last year, the Indian defence ministry had cleared a $660 million deal for buying 145 ultra-light M777 guns from the United States. The move was duly cleared by the Defence Acquisition Council headed by the defence minister. A significant feature of the M777 deal is that the guns are being bought under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programme of the US government, a government-to-government route.

    The Russians are not unaware of this. In fact, the new Russian strategy vis a vis Indian defence industry will be very much visible in the upcoming top-level Indo-Russian bilateral exchanges from September onwards.

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    In a first, pvt Indian firms can bid to make artillery guns
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    Crossing an important milestone at the last meeting of the Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), the Ministry of Defence has, for the first time, decided to allow Indian private entities to participate in a bid for making artillery guns.

    It is learnt that while approving the Army's proposal for upgunning of 300 more 130 mm M-46 field guns to a 155 mm gun system, the DAC on April 2 also decided that the request for proposal (RFP) would also go to interested private players. The Ordnance Factory Board, which used to automatically get these orders, will now be one of the contestants.

    This is the first time that South Block has decided to let the Indian private sector make an offensive weapon platform. While companies have been keen, the opportunity has never come. However, private entities such as the Tatas and L&T have been involved in making important ancillary equipment such as launchers for the Pinaka missile.

    The upgunning of 130 mm guns was originally awarded to Israeli firm Soltam which completed the first lot of 180 guns but it was then blacklisted. It was no longer possible to proceed with the original plan of upgunning all 480 guns of 130 mm.

    Some transfer of technology did take place but it has all remained mothballed with the gun carriage factory in Jabalpur, sources said. In 2010, the Army did float a request for information for the remaining 300 guns but the process ran into delays.

    For an Army facing shortage of artillery guns, this move is also being seen as a test case for opening the doors to the Indian private sector to manufacture lethal weapon systems given the problems India faces as a major global arms importer.

    Besides, the DAC meeting, headed by Defence Minister A K Antony, also gave its stamp of approval to a new process of acquisition by which buying globally would be the last option. A new gradation has now been set under which the first priority would be to 'buy Indian', the next would be 'buy and make Indian' that would allow private entities room for collaboration, after which would come options of 'buy and make global' and then 'buy global'.

    This, sources said, is another step aimed at giving priority to the Indian private sector so that they can set up defence manufacturing units in India, either on their own or through collaboration. All this will be part of the new Defence Procurement Policy, which is expected to be finalised at the next DAC meeting on April 20.

    Significant changes are also expected in the preparation of Qualitative Requirements (QRs) for the purchase of military equipment. The new policy is likely to make it clear that once the DAC approves a set of QRs, then no deviation would be permitted. But if necessary for any technical reason, it would have to be approved afresh by the DAC.

    Insiders said that Ministry of Defence still remains opposed to increasing the FDI limit in the sector from 26 to 49 per cent. The view is that there exists a provision to approve such investment in special cases depending on the nature of technology to be transferred and that is as far as the Ministry would like to go for the moment. :coffee:

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    Missile-maker Bharat Dynamics Ltd On Expansion Drive

    A swelling order book has put defence public sector undertaking, Bharat Dynamics Ltd (BDL), a company that makes a range of missiles for India's defence services, on an expansion drive.

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    A swelling order book has put defence public sector undertaking, Bharat Dynamics Ltd (BDL), a company that makes a range of missiles for India's defence services, on an expansion drive.

    India's missile maker, Bharat Dynamics Ltd (BDL), has booked 500 acres of land at the Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation's (MIDC) estate at Amravati, with the intention of producing air defence missiles.

    It has already bagged a Rs14,000 crore order to produce Akash surface-to-air missiles for the Indian Army, and this huge order, coupled with a smaller sized order for the same missile from the Indian Air Force is one of the main reasons for the company seeking to establish new manufacturing facilities.

    The new units are expected to become operational from 2015-16 onwards with Amravati likely to be the first. The PSU will be opening five new units entailing a total investment of up to Rs4000 crore.

    The expansion drive is expected to result in the creation of hundreds of new jobs.

    Currently BDL has units in Hyderabad and Medak districts in Andhra Pradesh. The major part of work on Akash is expected to continue in Hyderabad itself. There are other orders that can include long range missiles and air-to-air missiles.

    Work on Amravati site may start in April 2012 with production likely to start in three years.

    BDL's other unit is coming up at Ibhrahimpattnam in the Ranga Reddy district close to Hyderabad. This unit is likely to become operational along with the new facility at Amravati, said BDL officials.

    The company is also in the process of acquiring 500-600 acres of land in Anantpur and Chitoor districts of Andhra Pradesh.

    Each of these new unit will entail an investment of up to Rs800 crore.

    BDL has also acquired a 10-acre plot at Vishakhapatnam for the manufacture of torpedoes for the Indian Navy.

    BDL, well known as a maker of surface-to-surface 'Prithvi' missiles, produces the entire range of India's tactical and strategic missiles, including the 'Agni' series.

    It has produced an upgraded version of the Nag anti-tank missile, which has a fire-and-forget capability, said BDL officials.

    This defence PSU commenced operations in 1970 by producing the first generation missiles in collaboration with France and the erstwhile USSR.

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    Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC Ltd.) was established in 1977 with the primary objective of meeting a social need of encouraging home ownership by providing long-term finance to households. Over the last three and a half decades, HDFC has turned the concept of housing finance for the growing middle class in India into a world-class enterprise with excellent reputation for professionalism, integrity and impeccable service.

    A pioneer and leader in housing finance in India, since inception, HDFC has assisted more than 4.4 million customers to own a home of their own, through cumulative housing loan approvals of over Rupees. 5.66 trillion and disbursements of over Rs. 4.56 trillion as at March 31, 2013.

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    HDFC's wide product range includes loans for purchase and construction of a residential unit, purchase of plot, home improvement loans, home extension loans, non-residential premises loans for professionals and loan against property, while its flexible repayment options include Step Up Repayment Facility (SURF) and Flexible Loan Installment Plan (FLIP).

    HDFC also has a robust Deposits mobilisation programme. HDFC has been able to mobilise deposits from over 15 lakh depositors. Outstanding deposits grew from Rupees. 1,458 crores in March 1994 to Rupees 51,933 crores in March 2013. In addition, HDFC has received 'AAA' rating for its Deposit products for highest safety from both CRISIL and ICRA for nineteenth consecutive years.

    Over the years, HDFC has emerged as a financial conglomerate with its presence in the entire gamut of financial services including banking, insurance (life and non-life), asset management, real estate venture capital and more recently education loans.

    Today, HDFC is recognised as one of the Best Managed Companies in India and is a model housing finance company for developing countries with nascent housing finance markets. HDFC has undertaken several consultancy assignments in various countries across Asia, Africa and East Europe to support and establish their housing finance institutions.

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    right now i am really ashamed that we don't even make a decent earphone,let alone a good engine.

    we need to invest heavily in actual r&d and stop concentrating too much on call centre type activity.tata nano is a good start as far s indigenous engines are concerned.
    tata has some truck engines that are licenced from mercdes back in the day and the dicor engine of safari is derieved from tata 407 too.so all in all we are making progress and the day we make a good engine from scratch,that will be a day of celebration:partay:
     
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    Phoenix Medical Systems - Medical Technology Company

    Phoenix Medical Systems was created in 1989 with the goal of providing cost-effective and innovative solutions for the care of neonates. Phoenix was a pioneer in India in the manufacture of products devoted to infant health care, the first product being an infant incubator. The mission of Phoenix continues to be to provide solutions that match the best in the world at very affordable prices.

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    Skanray Healthcare - Medical Technology Company

    Skanray Technologies is a leading international medical equipment manufacturing Company based in Mysore, India. Skanray is specialized in High Frequency X-Ray Imaging Systems, Critical Care Devices and Primary Healthcare & Telemedicine compatible devices.

    The company's vision is to aid Primary Healthcare with products of International quality and performance at an affordable level to the rural population of the world. Skanray does that by combining the latest in technology with simplicity of design, innovation and high performance for efficient patient care. Skanray's products are designed to comply with international quality & safety standards such as UL, CE, FDA, ISO 13485, ISO 9001 and AERB.

    At Skanray, 'Nothing is Opaque'. Not only does Skanray's products enable diagnosis and measurement of human anatomy and vital signs, the company is also governed by its philosophy of 'transparency' in all its transactions with its customers, investors, suppliers and business associates.

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