RailTel Corporation will take up the job of furnishing connectivity and has conducted technical trials successfully.
The RailTel is setting up cyber cafes at 51 railway stations during the current financial year.
Scicom Infotech plans to scale up operations by hiring 100 professionals by next year-end and set up a new facility in Noida.
Sify said the service, applicable with immediate effect, would cost callers Rs. 7/minute from anywhere in India to Jeddah and Riyadh.
Red Hat India, the leading Linux applications and open source provider, is doubling its headcount to 100 in next 12-18 months.
The e-ticketing process would enable a passenger to book, buy or print a ticket record through the company's website.
Infosys has agreed in principle to set up a software development centre in Kolkata, West Bengal CM Buddhadev Bhattacharjee said.
Flextronics, the world's largest contract electronics manufacturer, has acquired telecoms specialist Future Software.
AT&T will set up its fourth node in Q1 of 2005 to expand its reach and capacity for carrying more voice and data traffic for corporates.
Retail credit facilities and timely and hassle-free credit to agricultural sector in the region will be one of thrust areas of the bank.
Patni Computer Systems will set up a software development centre in Chennai with a capacity to accommodate 10,000 workers.
Intransa Inc announced the launch of a storage system, Intransa IP3000, targeted at mid-tier and small business segments.
Ratan Tata has acquisitive strategy in commercial vehicles and most recently steel has created a buzz about the group.
Jammu and Kashmir Bank reported 33 per cent fall in net profit at Rs. 73 crore for the third quarter ended December 31.
Vaish had joined D&B last year in Dubai to head its financial practices.