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Corp Mahila Gold
ARE you a woman who wants to invest in gold? Corp Mahila Gold, a new scheme from Corporation Bank, now offers loans up to Rs 2.5 lakh to buy this "currency without borders". Under this scheme, both employed and ... More


Italian cos keen on water, sewage projects in India
TOP Italian companies in specialised fields of solid wastes management, and water and sewage treatment plants, such as Sistema Ecodeco Spa and Ecodeco and Cispel-Confservizi are looking for joint venture/technology tie-up opportunities in India, ... More


How much gas does Reliance have?
WHAT is the extent of Reliance's gas? The news of a downward revision in the reserve estimate by technical agency, D&M, has opened up the issue of how much gas is really there in the KG basin block. Is it 14 trillion ... More

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    Regn of equitable mortgage of properties mooted to avert frauds
    VISUALISE this -You buy a plot and construct a house. When almost complete/ready for occupation, you learn that the seller of the property had defrauded you by offering the plot on which your house now stands as an equitable mortgage, even before ... More


    PAN cards outsourcing begins to yield results
    THE Income-Tax Department's decision to entrust UTI Investor Services Ltd (UTIISL) with the task of processing and despatching permanent account number (PAN) cards to assesses effective July 1, is seemingly showing results. According to the ... More


    AP's draft export policy targets 22 pc growth
    ANDHRA Pradesh has come out with a draft export policy for five years, targeting a growth rate of 22 per cent by providing a proactive institutional mechanism and creating effective export infrastructure. The draft policy, prepared by a working ... More

    Govt pursuing faulty policy on import of edible oil: Godrej
    THE Managing Director of Godrej Industries, Mr Nadir B. Godrej, on Saturday criticised the Union Government for pursuing a faulty policy on import of edible oil and oil seeds at the cost of the local industries. In a unique rhymed speech, at ... More


    Malaysia relaxes visa rules for Indian tourists
    IN an effort to facilitate the arrival of tourists, the Malaysian Government has announced a slight relaxation in the visa rules for Indian citizens. In a statement, the Malaysian High Commission has said that Indian tourists who combine their ... More


    Telgi stamp paper scam — `Misuse of evidence proved beyond doubt'
    THE Special Investigating Team (SIT) probing the allegations of mala fides in the investigation by the Maharashtra police of the multi-crore Telgi stamp paper scam, made by Mr S.M. Mushrif, former Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime), Pune, ... More
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    Steady inflows boost forex reserves by $452 m

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    In Focus
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    Vaishnavaite Temples in Tamil Nadu
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    A Tribute to Semmangudi
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    Organic farming
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    The Cable tangle
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    Looking back
    Nov. 16-Nov. 22
    `Favourable climate for pharma mergers & acquisitions'

    Gem & jewellery exports up

    Tax benefits: It's win-win for Gujarat, Reliance

    Govt, pharma cos to discuss AIDS drugs price-cut today

    April-Oct service tax revenue falls short of target by Rs 900 cr

    Export growth on course, says Jaitley

    Who rules the automobile market really?

    Scope for more pharma exports — India-Africa Health Summit today

    EU lifts embargo on Indian sweatshirts

    Spurt in cotton yarn prices leads to export slowdown

    New grain export policy gets mixed response

    Privatisation: Perils of dithering

    Service tax liability for distributors — AMFI seeks UTI help to study Finance Ministry circular

    Stamp duty rates for property transactions cut in TN

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