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Barriers to growth have to go: PM
THE full meeting of the Planning Commission today approved the draft Tenth Five-year Plan (2002-07) document, with the Prime Minister, Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee, declaring that the country could ill-afford to ignore its objective of achieving a ... More

Fernandes keeps the sell-off pot boiling
THE Government machinery on Saturday kept those keen on knowing the outcome of the "disinvestment controversy" guessing and confused, with the Defence Minister, Mr George Fernandes, stating that media reports about a possible breakthrough in the ... More

US port shutdown may spell trouble for exporters
INDIAN exporters, particularly in the garment sector, are likely to be hit severely in the coming days following the shutdown of ports on the west coast of the US. The closure is also likely to affect the repositioning of containers into India, ... More

Forex reserves up $200 m
THE country's forex reserves have risen by $200 million to touch $62.721 billion for the week ended September 27, 2002 as compared to $62.521 billion in the previous week, according to the latest figures released by the Reserve Bank of ... More

Call centres lift the age bar a little
FROM young and energetic college pass-outs to mature 35-plus individuals, the IT-enabled services (ITES) industry seems to be taking a re-look at its recruiting strategy. Slightly older people with some work experience are now being ... More

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