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Govt to pursue uniform sales tax for drugs
Mr Paswan will take up the issue with State Chief Ministers. The move is aimed at ensuring a single rate for drugs throughout the country. More

Striking a chord with distressed families
This question was the most heard from the learned Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, as he directly faced and interacted with the kin of farmer's who had committed suicide in this small village, about 35 kms from the district headquarters. ... More

Manmohan sets store by second Green Revolution
Dr Swaminathan panel to bring forward a new Seed Act to regulate quality. More

`India also losing jobs'
BY the likes of it, the cry against outsourcing may die a natural death after the presidential elections in the US. "It is not an issue that concerns only the US, outsourcing is a world-wide phenomenon," said the US Congressman, Mr Jim McDermott, ... More

Banks await RBI nod for gold investment products
Gold-backed investments offer risk-free savings. A study has shown gold as the second-most preferred saving instrument. More

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