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SC moved for probe against Videocon in 2G scam

An application was today moved in
the Supreme Court seeking to bring Videocon group within the
ambit of CBI probe in the 2G scam alleging that one of its
companies was a major beneficiary of spectrum allocation.

Congress seeks probe into Videocon`s land acquisit

Congress leader and Chhattisgarh former chief minister Ajit Jogi Tuesday sought a probe by a state assembly panel into land acquisition by Videocon Industries for setting up a thermal plant in the state.

Videocon backs out of WSB, Indian franchise looks for sponsor

World Series of Boxing was dealt a blow with owners Videocon deciding to back out of the event citing "unavoidable circumstances" but the Federation said it would find a new sponsor.

Videocon backs out of WSB, Indian franchise looks for sponsor

World Series of Boxing was dealt a blow with owners Videocon deciding to back out of the event citing "unavoidable circumstances" but the Federation said it would find a new sponsor.

Videocon barred from doing biz with WB

World Bank has blacklisted Videocon for three years for fraud in dealings with it.

Videocon alleges Bengal not doing enough to get coal blocks

Videocon group today alleged that the West Bengal government was not doing enough for the allotment of coal blocks to the local companies for their projects in the state.

Videocon plans to shift steel project from Jamuria

The Videocon group has asked West Bengal government for a fresh piece of land for its proposed steel plant after Coal India said the current location has mineral reserves.

Videocon signs LoI to buy Elcoteq

Indian consumer durables company
Videocon Industries today said it has signed a Letter of
Intent with Finnish contract manufacturing firm Elcoteq, aimed
at buying stake in the foreign firm.

Videocon to buy Finnish firm Elcoteq for USD 73 million

Indian consumer durables major Videocon Industries has decided to buy Finnish company Elcoteq, engaged in contract manufacturing of mobile phones and other electronic items, in a deal estimated at around USD 73 million.