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ESCAP survey: Putting issues in perspective
"In South and South-West Asia, there is a distinct improvement in the collective GDP growth rate in 2003, but the higher GDP growth is almost exclusively accounted for by India, the largest economy in the sub-region that improved its GDP growth rate by over three percentage points." More

Airing programmes on poll eve — TV channels face dilemma over `political' stars
CAN Smriti `Tulsi' Irani appear in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhie Bahu Thi or Kuch Diiil Se just a couple of days before Chandini Chowk votes? Or can movie channels air films of stars such as Govinda, Dharmendra or Jayapradha who are ... More

`Work with the community'
CORPORATE managers what it generally takes to be globally competitive— cost reduction, quality enhancement, adherence to delivery schedules. But these apart, there are a number of "soft issues", which may not be apparent but are nevertheless ... More

Exports log 17.26 pc growth in 2003-04
THE country's export growth notched up a 42 per cent growth in dollar terms during March 2004, even as the overall export growth for the fiscal 2003-04 exceeded all expectations by logging a growth of 17.26 per cent, far above the 12 per cent ... More

RBI tightens norms on import credit
Henceforth, credits up to $20 million per import transaction will be permitted only for ``import of capital goods''. This measure pertains to import transactions with a maturity period exceeding one year but less than three years, said an RBI ... More

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Exports log 17.26 pc growth in 2003-04

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Apr. 11-Apr. 17
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Australia mulling import of Indian mangoes — Quarantine laws seen as main hurdle

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Macmillan, Shaw Wallace pen stories of unsung heroes

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