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Indian Digital And Media Stocks – 2nd July 2010

Indian Digital And Media Stocks for the week ending 2nd July 2010: Reliance MediaWorks Ltd 30 June 2010:Updates on Open Offer to the Shareholders of Fame India 30 June 2010:Updates on Open Offer to the Shareholders of Fame India Bharti Airtel 2 July 2010:Fixes Book Closure for Dividend & AGM Geodesic 2 July 2010:IDFC Capital Limited has informed the Exchange regarding the details of the equity shares of Geodesic Limited bought back through the Stock Exchange on July 01, 2010. 1 July 2010:Reg.13-SEBI(Prohibition of Insider Trading Regulations)1992 1 July 2010:IDFC Capital Limited has informed the Exchange regarding the details of the equity shares of Geodesic Limited bought back through the Stock Exchange on June 30, 2010. 30 June 2010:IDFC Capital Limited has informed the Exchange that Geodesic Limited has bought back a total of 277,000 shares as of June 22, 2010 at an aggregate consideration of Rs. 2.86 crore, and has extinguished a 222,000 shares so far. IBN 18 2 July 2010:Board Meeting on July 07, 2010 30 June 2010:Updates InfoMedia18 2 July 2010:Board Meeting on July 07, 2010 For stocks coverage from previous weeks, click here

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