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Thursday, December 11, 2003
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Pvt airlines allowed to fly to all SAARC nations
THE dream of scheduled private sector airlines to operate to destinations abroad was fulfilled today, with the Union Cabinet giving its nod to allow them to fly to all the SAARC countries - - Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan ... More

BSNL revives plan to lease bandwidth — Becomes country's largest ISP
HAVING become the largest Internet service provider (ISP) in the country with over eight lakh subscribers, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd now plans to consolidate its position by aggressively pursuing its existing landline subscribers and has revived ... More

Cabinet nod to amend CAs Act
THE Union Cabinet on Wednesday gave its nod to a Bill that seeks to amend the Chartered Accountants Act, Cost and Works Accountants Act and the Company Secretaries Act. The Bill aims to improve the functioning of the professional firms in the ... More

HSBC Sec cleared in Modi Rubber open offer case
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) today absolved HSBC Securities of any negligence while acting as merchant bankers to the public offer made in June 2001 by Mr V.K. Modi and others to acquire shares representing 35 per cent equity ... More

Maharaja flies to Shanghai
AIR India is offering an introductory return fare of Rs 18,000 on its Mumbai-Shanghai flight, which will commence from Thursday. The twice-weekly flights departing from Mumbai on Thursdays and Saturdays will pick up passengers from Delhi on the ... More

Ten Sports scores with India-Pak cricket series
THE India-Pakistan cricket series is more than three months away, but it already seems to have produced a winner: Ten Sports, which holds the exclusive rights to telecast the matches played in Pakistan. The Dubai-based sports channel, ... More

And now, your favourite fish curry in sachets!
AVAILABILITY of your favourite fish curry may no more be limited to your household kitchen or on the menus of hotels and restaurants in India. The day may not be far off when you could pick up your choice of fish curry, packed in a ... More

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