HMT


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HMT

Abbreviation for:
higher medical training
histamine methyltransferase
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The big projects like Hindustan Machine Tools (HMT), Bharat Electronics Ltd (BEL) and Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) were created to make India self-reliant and also provide jobs to lakhs of people," he said, while expressing concern that the BJP government has decided to close HMT, one of "Navratnas" of the new India.
The DAS was issued in 2009 when HMT provided PS25.5 billion of equity
The dividend paid by RBS represents the final amount payable to HMT and effects the immediate retirement of the DAS.
The Cabinet had earlier given in- principle approval for shutting down five Central public sector enterprises ( CPSEs) under the heavy industries ministry, including the three units of HMT, Tungabhadra Steel and Hindustan Cables, after which individual proposals entailing VRS etc.
The report also mentioned that HMT 5022 RX model comes with power steering with balanced cylinder for better maneuverability, has low turning radius, oil immersed disc brakes for longer life and better safety, new attractive sheet metal stylig, bigger front and rear tyres for more traction power, it said.
From HMT September 2007 "Driving CRM Value in Healthcare."
The first retailer to offer sleep products with DuPont HMT is firstStreet.
Originally, the HMT was intended to recover only 40 percent of port maintenance costs.
To follow these procedures, a taxpayer must first bring suit in the CIT for refund of the HMT. Under this decision, plaintiffs must then file claims with the USCS (P.O.
Justice Ginsberg ruled that the HMT "bears the indicia of a tax" because Congress called it a tax and because it is part of the Internal Revenue Code.
"Having closed down three of its subsidiaries, we are now looking to revive HMT Machine Tools as it is in the strategic sector," a senior official of Department of Heavy Industry told PTI.
have been charged a "Harbor Maintenance Tax" (HMT) developed by Congress to fund dredging and other improvements at U.S.