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Nissan blames staff shortage for improper tests, plans inspectors

Nov 17 2017

Nissan Motor blamed a staff shortage for improper final inspections at its car plants for over 20 years, and said it would increase the number of inspectors.

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GATEWAY DISTRIPARKS

Promoter Prem Kishan Gupta bought 6 lakh shares, or 0.6 percent equity, at Rs 198 each

INDIAN HOTELS CO

Auction for Co's Taj Mansingh hotel put off for the third time

Earlier this month, NDMC, which owns the property, had revised the auction date

Date now extended for the third time to Mar 7

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Board Approves selling off Cinemas and Retail Business to Spencer's retail for Rs38cr

SIEMENS

To sell Mobility division and Rail Traction Drives business to parent Co

To sell the 2 divisions as part of MoU of parent with Alstom SA

Mobility Division accounts for 10.46% of turnover

To set up standalone co for Mechanical Drives business

To sell Mechanical Drives business to Parent co

Mechanical drive business contributes 4.69% of the turnover

SIEMENS

To sell Mobility division and Rail Traction Drives business to parent Co

To sell the 2 divisions as part of MoU of parent with Alstom SA

Mobility Division accounts for 10.46% of turnover

To set up standalone co for Mechanical Drives business

To sell Mechanical Drives business to Parent co

Mechanical drive business contributes 4.69% of the turnover

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