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Catch first match live on DD
Decision on other matches later; SC to hear case on Monday

CRICKET fans across the country can rejoice - but only for a day. The opening one-day international (ODI) between India and Pakistan will be available on Doordashan (DD) while a decision on telecast of the remaining matches will be taken next ... More

Madras HC directs Ten Sports to share it with DD
AT long last, the Madras High Court came to the rescue of millions of cricket lovers in India by giving a clear direction to the foreign sports channel, Ten Sports, to transmit through Doordarshan, a Government of India undertaking, the ... More

Tractor industry grows 45 pc in Jan-Feb period
The industry has grown 45 per cent in January-February 2004. In fact, the turnaround in growth in the second half of this fiscal has been so good that the industry is set to grow by 8-10 per cent this fiscal, after seeing four consecutive years ... More

New wholesale price index series to be introduced
THE country is set to have a revised series of the Index of Wholesale Prices (WPI) to replace the existing one having 1993-94 as the base year. The Working Group, under the Chairmanship of Prof Abhijit Sen of the Jawaharlal Nehru University ... More

New coins test National Institute of Design's mettle
GET ready India, the new Rs 10 and Rs 5 coins will put the country on par with our European brethren as they will be a bimetallic fusion of alloys with gold and silver finish. The 50-paise, Re 1 and Rs 2 coins would use a single metal, while the ... More

ICICI Bank gets shareholders' nod for public issue
THE shareholders of ICICI Bank on Friday approved the proposed Rs 3,500-crore public issue at the extraordinary general meeting held at Vadodara. The issue is likely to hit the market within the first quarter of the next financial year, ... More

Will Indo-Pak bonhomie open up export of medicines?
EVEN at times when relations between India and Pakistan were at their worst, when the two countries amassed their armies along the border following the attack on Indian Parliament — the business community on either side were comfortable ... More

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