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Saturday, November 02, 2002
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BL 2501031.65 (+7.53)
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Dollar (Buy/Sell)48.29/48.42
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Residents can hold foreign currency a/c
RESIDENT Indians can now open, hold and maintain a foreign currency account in India. In a step, seen as a move towards capital account convertibility, the Reserve Bank of India, has announced a scheme under which resident Indians are permitted ... More

Govt to boost ayurveda as trustworthy system
THE four-day World Ayurveda Congress jointly organised by the Swadeshi Science Movement and Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has got off to a colourful start here on Friday with a call for a holistic approach to ayurveda among the ... More

Chhabria estate must answer case: Mallya
THE UB group Chairman, Mr Vijay Mallya, has said that the legal proceedings against the late Manu Chhabria in a Hong Kong Court would be taken to the logical conclusion. A favourable verdict in the case, which is slated to come up for hearing ... More

Chill winds of change for mill workers
TILL three years ago, 48-year old Mr Dandapani, a senior spinner employed in a well-known textile unit situated in the Peelamedu area of the city took home a neat Rs 9,000 as bonus to celebrate `Deepavali'. He could afford to add new household ... More

First-half exports up 13.4 pc
EVEN as the whole year export target for the current fiscal has been pegged at 12 per cent, exports during the first-half of 2002-03 (April to September) maintained a buoyant trend by notching up a growth rate of 13.49 per cent at $23974.30 ... More

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