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Tuesday, January 01, 2002
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OPINION

MONETARY POLICY


Payment systems -- The monetary policy issues
THE Indian payment systems environment is set to change. Soon the Real Time Gross Settlement System' (RTGSs) will be in place. Simultaneously, broad shifts have been taking place in the monetary policy. At a time when the central bank reduced the ... More

LETTERS


  • Corporate governance
  • Cross-border terrorism
  • Code of conduct

    SOCIETY & DEVELOPMENT


    Make 2002 year of the Common Man!
    OF all the public functions to which the President, or any dignitary, for that matter, had lent his presence in all the years since India became independent, the most important in terms of its path-breaking significance was the unveiling of the ... More

  • Why Bangalore is counted among top cities of world

    ECONOMY


    Argentina implodes as IMF looks on
    THE FINANCIAL implosion in Argentina had been in the making for months as the third largest economy of Latin America desperately clung to its peso-dollar one-to-one exchange rate and sought to restructure its $155-billion foreign debt without ... More

    EDITORIAL


    Disturbing dreams
    ON THE FIRST day of 2002 the Indian political economy resembles in many ways its very own famed institution, the Unit Trust of India (UTI), with a net asset value placing it somewhere at the bottom of any international league. Like the UTI ... More

    PETROLEUM


    Crude oil: Always a factor of worry
    THE EMERGENCY meeting of the oil producers' cartel, Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), in Cairo just ahead of the new year brings bad tidings to developing countries dependent on imports for oil. In a major move to shore up ... More

    TELECOMMUNICATIONS


    Telecom: Waking up to competition
    LIBERALISATION of telecommunications, indexed by the increase in opportunities for private telephone companies (P-Telcos) to emerge and thrive, received a tremendous boost in 2001. Especially the national long distance services with ... More

    TERRORISM


    Can the US fight an even-handed battle?
    AFTER settling the Afghanistan issue, the US is now busy drawing up plans for the second phase of the anti-terrorist campaign by targeting terrorist groups with global reach. Organised international groups such as al-Qaeda need to be rooted out. ... More
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  • Top Stories
    Panel to supervise Investor Protection Fund formed


    Rise and growth of the consuming class

    A requiem for small savings?

    HDFC cuts retail PLR by 0.5 pc

    Cotton market stuck in a year-end limbo

    IT Industry upbeat on 2002

    DCI in pact with China co for Dubai project


    In Depth
    Inside Kashmir
    Guide to derivatives
    US-64

    Looking back
    Dec. 23-Dec. 29
    Cure for an ailing education system?
    Coal sector growth stifled by sickness
    But for the change, Lanka would have gone Argentina's way' -- UNP stalwart speaks out in a candid interview


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