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Advani made Deputy PM; stage set for reshuffle
THE Union Home Minister, Mr L.K. Advani, was tonight appointed the Deputy Prime Minister, two days before the Prime Minister's proposed Cabinet reshuffle. A Rashtrapati Bhavan communique said Mr Advani had been designated as the Deputy Prime ... More

BoP surplus at Rs 56,592 cr
THE country's balance of payments have registered a surplus of Rs 56,592 crore for the year 2001-02 compared to Rs 27,662 crore in the previous year. As per latest figures released by the Reserve Bank of India, the total current account ... More

Motor tariffs face glitch
IN what might just about spoil the party for insurance companies, the implementation of the much-awaited motor tariff hikes could be delayed on account of a pending case at the High Court of Calcutta. With the weekend intervening before the new ... More

Forex reserves rise by $542 m
FOREX reserves have increased by $ 542 million to $ 57.066 billion for the week ended June 21, 2002 as compared to $ 56.524 billion in the previous week. Foreign currency assets held in the reserves increased by $ 542 million to $ 53.808 ... More

Buy Indian directive for quasi-Govt overseas cos
IN a move that may help increase project exports from the country, the Finance Ministry has directed that overseas joint ventures co-promoted by the Central Government and public sector enterprises (PSEs) should strive to source goods and ... More

Ambani continues to be critical
THE condition of Mr Dhirubhai Ambani, Chairman, Reliance Industries Ltd, continues to be critical, according to Breach Candy hospital officials. Mr Vernon D'Sa, Medical Director of the hospital, told reporters that the CT scan conducted on ... More

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