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Commissioner of seamen PF to go -- DG Shipping lodges plaint with CBI
THE Director-General of Shipping today lodged a criminal complaint with the Banking Securities and Fraud cell of the CBI alleging wrongful deployment of Rs 92.78 crore belonging to the Seamen's Provident Fund. This decision follows the loss of ... More

Industrial growth falls to nine-year-low of 2.7 pc
THE country's industrial growth has plummeted to a nine-year-low of 2.7 per cent during 2001-02. According to the 'quick estimates' of the Index of Industrial Production (IIP), released by the Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) here on ... More

SEBI to probe fund misuse by Home Trade
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) may look into the possible diversion of funds into the stock market by the controversy-ridden Home Trade. "We may look into any diversion of funds into the stock market through the stock broking ... More

Zee pulls out two high-profile shows
IT'S curtains for the time being for Zee Telefilms' most ambitious experiments x the interactive show 'Aap Jo Bolein Hain to Hain, Aap Jo Bolein Naa to Naa' (Aap Jo...) and x the reality adventure show 'Romance Adventure Aap Aur Hum' (RAAAH). ... More

'Listed cos must disclose audit qualifications'
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has decided that henceforth listed companies will have to disclose audit qualifications in the unaudited/audited financial results published by them under clause 41 of the listing agreement, along ... More

It's 'Viva Lagaan' in New York!
SPIDER-MAN may have moviegoers across the country caught in his box office-shattering web, but Aamir Khan has movie critics in the Big Apple bowled over. Lagaan which has opened at the Film Forum in Manhattan, has received glowing reviews from ... More

Post-APM, 11 pc outlets in remote areas mandatory
AS part of ushering in complete deregulation in the oil sector, the Government has finalised the obligations incumbent on new entrants into the retail trading of transportation fuels such as petrol and diesel. This was stated by the Minister of ... More

DSE records zero turnover
THE Delhi Stock Exchange (DSE) today recorded zero turnover for the first time in its 54 years of existence. Not a single transaction was carried out by any of the approximately 200 member-brokers of the exchange. Exchange officials said that ... More

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