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Business and Economy - 13 December 2007
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ScrutinyReformed? Not yet

Of late, there has been major attempts to make the United Nations (UN) a more vibrant and strong organisation. In this regard quite a few reports.... Read More...
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For a moment, it appeared that the Indian economy was held hostage to government’s decisions; Rs.4 lakh crore of investors’ wealth was wiped out in a matterRead More...
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As Airbus’ latest ‘titanic toy’, the 853 seater A380 took to the skies amidst resounding applause on its maiden commercial nine-hour flight on October 24, 2007…Read More...
  Editorial - 15/11/2007

Professor Arindam Chaudhuri, Renowned Management Guru & Economist, Dean - IIPM
To make India democratic & politics de-criminalised, allow election
voting through sms

As I watched with excitement the finals of Zee Sa Re Ga Ma, glued to the TV sets at a friend’s house, what struck me was the massive number of votes that each of the finalists got. It was a mind numbing figure that crossed a whopping 10,00,00,000!!! Yes! ...
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•   Exclusivity is now the key to Indian auto market

•   Dhanalakshmi Bank's Q3 net up 200 pc

•   Not enough support to SMEs from RBI: Shah

•   Nagarjuna net up 53 percent

•   Amara Raja nine-month sales up 60 pc

•   HCL shipping PCs with Vista

•   Profits go down; sales go up for Hero Honda in Q3 06-07

•   JRG Securities net up 118 percent

•   iGate adds facility to its Bangalore campus

•   Reliance Comm Q3 net zooms 198 pc

•   mPaper launched for mobile users

•   PC sales touch 1.75 mn mark, expected to see 6.5 mn in FY 07

•   Ashok Leyland Q3 net up two-fold

•   Moser Baer to enter video market in Kerala

•   Unitech Q3 PAT up 33-fold at Rs 452 crore

•   Business visa for Saudi Arabia in 24 hours

•   Samsonite opens store in Bangalore

•   Sony Ericsson to make mobiles in Chennai

•   TopsGrup eyeing acquisitions

•   TRAI issues consultation paper on A DC review

•   SMS Pharma to come out with IPO

•   Priyadarshini net up marginally

•   Indian Export grows at 39 pc, crosses $100 bn mark

•   Allahabad Bank to expand presence in South

•   HAL inks pact with Pratt & Whitney

•   Calicut shopping festival a big draw

•   Videocon inks pact with HSRIL

•   ReadyTestGo signs partnership with Sun

•   PTC Industries Ltd. gets award for R&D efforts

•   BSE, NSE will soon have single self-regulatory body

•   UB allots $1bn for overseas acquisition

•   Govt to review Internet Services policy

•   Tata Power, Lanco to get LoI for ultra mega projects on Thursday

•   Israeli IT firm to expand operations in Bangalore

•   FDI likely to cross US$ 11 bn in 2006-07

•   Vodafone and Essar bosses in Hong Kong

•   Sanguine launches rural marketing vehicle

•   New entrants in retail fail to pose a threat !

•   Oracle receives low response for i-flex open offer

•   MF investment becomes hassle-free, AMFI introduces MIN

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