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Tuesday, October 21, 2003
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BL 2501699.05 (-32.14)
BSE Sensex4851.67 (-78.86)
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US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.31/45.44
Gold Std (10 gm)5590 (-10)

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Lladro sculpturing into Indian market
SHE pinches off a pat of clay, rolls it between her fingers, and suddenly, there are a few grey-brown petals on the work tray. Curl some, now it's another flower. Score some with a sharp instrument, now there are leaves. Press the knot of clay ... More

Different strokes


L&T sets record in stadium construction
LARSEN & Toubro Ltd (L&T) has claimed a new record in speedy construction of a stadium. In just 70 days flat, its construction division built the entire hockey stadium for the Afro-Asian Games scheduled to be kicked off with a glittering, ... More


The lost city of Baghdad
STAMPEDE at the designated sites for distribution of pension amounts, restive and unending queues for free rations, and above all the fear of becoming an unfortunate victim in the exchange of gunfire between coalition forces and gun-toting ... More

Give the bulldozers a big hand
A GREAT sight that awaits visitors to Chennai these days is `clearance' on a grand scale. No, I am not talking about `sale' on Usman Road and thereabouts, but about the demolition of encroachments big and small, political and uncivil, `holy' and ... More

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