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RBI lifts forex swaps cap
IN what is being perceived as passive intervention by the central bank to check further appreciation of the rupee, the Reserve Bank of India today announced a slew of forex relaxations. The measures include allowing banks to offer unlimited ... More

How good is your TQ?
YOUR IQ, EQ, FQ (fashion quotient) scores are pretty impressive. But you may still find yourself being rejected for that much-desired job. Then it's time to check your TQ (Training Quotient). Very soon, companies in India will start considering ... More

NDC adopts 10th Plan document — PM calls for unity of purpose
THE National Development Council (NDC) today adopted the Tenth Five-Year Plan (2002-07) document with the Prime Minister, Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee, calling for "unity of purpose" by both the Centre and the States to realise the ambitious eight per ... More

At the peak: Still not goodbye for Tata
AT the city's race course on Wednesday, the arc lights could have been as much on Mr Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Group, as on the Indigo. In December 1988, soon after assuming chairmanship of Tata Engineering, Mr Tata had to tackle the worst ... More

Forex reserves up at $ 68.4 b
THE forex reserves have surged by $ 682 million to touch $ 68.435 billion for the week ended December 13, 2002, as compared to $ 67.753 billion in the previous week, according to latest RBI statistics. On Friday, the rupee ended at 48.0050/0150 ... More

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