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Agriculture
WTO draft on agriculture lacks direction: FICCI

Airlines
Lufthansa drive
IA to give away concession forms

Banking and Finance
Govt open to recap of weak banks, FIs: Vasudev
SEBI asks Tatas to furnish copy of Kale panel report

Commodities
Desi calibration cotton
Cotton consumption unlikely to increase

Corporate
FMCG cos may skid on slowdown
Grasim Suitings plans readymades foray
Gufic Biosciences promoters to dilute 7% stake
LG and the six sigma sense
Crisil move to encourage debate among students
Sterlite Optical directors quit
Philips launches PC monitor models
Shri Shakti in marketing pact with Tulip Hotels
`Organisational culture drives excellence'
Rockwell to hold talks with auto cos
LIC, GIC shun Tata Engg rights -- Promoters' stake may touch 30 pc with subscription
SEBI okays Forbes counter bid

Ear to the ground
L&T castles on open offer hopes

Economy
A fresh round of trade talks, by another name?
Estimate of GDP growth rates -- Why projections must be revised
Labour reforms: Time they happened
Eagle's eye on `shady' Customs, Excise officers
More `new age laws' expected
`Panel bid to check PMRY funds diversion'
New industrial tribunals soon
`Sops no means for economic revival'

Editorial
More power to regulators

Education
Management swings to music at XLRI
Futureschools to expand in Asia

Fertilisers
Group pricing for urea makes little progress

Financial Performance
Nava Bharat Q2 net up at Rs 3.6 cr

Foreign Trade
Govt shifts export focus to Africa

Health
States endorse draft policy on medicinal systems
Norms for meat products soon

Impact
Albright & Wilson: Open offer boost
Ranbaxy Labs: Of little consequence

Miscellaneous
Brightest brains keep off intelligent `stigma'

On the hedge
In-the-money calls still in demand

PSU
BEL spots components unit as growth area

Paper/Packaging
BILT hopes to complete Phoenix deal next week

Petroleum
GAIL, Shell to continue tie-up
Marginal hike in prices of petro products

Pharmaceuticals
Auditors qualify Natco accounts
Reddy's US arm gears for presentation
Drug cos for easier pricing policy
Pfizer mulls centre of excellence in India

Plantations
SEBI cracks whip on 30 plantation cos
Robusta cherry up at ICTA sales

Politics
The RSS and the BJP

Power
HC restrains DPC from issuing termination notice

Accounting norms for SEBs soon -- Ministry seeks guidance note from ICAI
PFC disbursements may touch Rs 4,000 cr
SPV to take care of ecological concerns
Power Ministry to take reforms to street corners

Rubber
Impasse in rubber trade

States
Compensation woes at KIOCL
AP pharma city to get SEZ benefits
Wrangle over NTC bonus formula

Jogi eyes power generation to boost revenues
Excise raids `Chetan' furniture maker
TN to sign MoU to improve power sector

Steel
Extra excise burden to affect steel merchants

Stocks
Increased activity on Dalal Street
SEBI ban on Anand Rathi
Futures trading takes off

Taxation
It's time for service
A divided house
Have heart, Mr Taxman
Advance to employee
Light on lens
Cos paying MAT are liable to pay advance tax: CBDT
No scope to exempt E-com transactions from I-T'

Shome panel views on I-T reforms may be adopted

Technical Analysis
Sideways trend intact

Technology
DNA fingerprinting: Two sets of standards?

Telecommunications
MTNL may have to shell out Rs 1,660 cr more as taxes


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