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Reliance Globalcom wins multi-year contract from UK-based firm

Reliance Globalcom wins multi-year contract from UK-based firmReliance Globalcom, the international arm of telecom service provider Reliance Communications, has secured a multi-year contract from British optical retailer Specsavers for its enterprise solution.

Under the arrangement, Reliance Globalcom will supply its enterprise solution for connecting 1,150 worldwide retail outlets of the retailer. The deal covers 10 countries across Europe, Australia and New Zealand.

However, the financial details of the deal have not been disclosed by the company.

AREVA T&D Q4 net profit dips 34.2%

AREVA T&D Q4 net profit dips 34.2%AREVA T&D India Limited, the In

Aurobindo gets nod for Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate Tablets

Aurobindo gets nod for Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate Tablets Hyderabad-based drug maker Aurobindo Pharmaceuticals has notified that it has received US regulatory approval for Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate tablets, used in the treatment of HIV infections in adults.

It should be noted that Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate tablet, is the generic equivalent of Gilead Science Inc's Viread Tablet 300mg and falls under the anti-retroviral segment.

The company has already obtained a license from Gilead to market Tenofovir products in 95 developing and least developed countries.

Bharti Airtel hikes its stake in Bharti Hexacom to 70%

Bharti Airtel hikes its stake in Bharti Hexacom to 70%Bharti Airtel, Asia's leading integrated telecom services provider on Friday said that it has hiked its stake in Bharti Hexacom to 70 per cent by acquiring 1.1 per cent from a Kuwait-based firm.

Under the deal, Bharti Airtel Ltd has acquired 1.11 per cent stake, or 2,780,306 equity shares, in Bharti Hexacom Ltd from Mobile Telecommunications Co, KSC, Kuwait.

With this latest acquisition, the company's shareholding in Bharti Hexacom stands higher at 70 per cent from 68.89 per cent.

Multiplexes to get deprived of movie releases

Multiplexes to get deprived of movie releases  Bollywood is a place where controversies can never come to an end. Now the latest reports are suggesting that the Producers' Guild of India has taken up the decision that no more films would be released in multiplexes.

Chairman of Pooja Films, Vashu Bhagnani, reported that following the release of Delhi-6, no other Bollywood film would be released in multiplexes till negotiations with theatre owners begin.

Dell files petition against Psion

DellDell, the well known PC maker, on Wednesday filed with a petition with the Patent and Trademark Office, under which it sought to cancel a registered trademark for the term "Netbook" by a company called Psion.

Psion is a Canadian mobile computer maker, which owns the trademark "Netbook." It also has sold a product called Netbook in the past. Late last year, Psion commenced sending some tech bloggers and Netbook makers' cease-and-desist notices, under which it asked them to stop using the term "Netbook."

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