wishes its readers
A HAPPY PONGAL and SANKRANTHI
As today is a holiday for our office on account of 'Pongal', there will be no edition dated 15th January.
Mr Vedprakash P. Goyal, Union Minister for Shipping, and Mr R. Muthu, President, SICCI, at a meeting on `Strategies for development of port infrastructure to boost international trade' in Chennai on Sunday.
Plan for submarine repair yards
THE Shipping Ministry is exploring the possibility of making the public sector shipyards - Hindustan Shipyard Ltd (HSL), Visakhapatnam and Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL), Kochi, - into speciality submarine repair yards, the Union Minister for ...
Motorola, HP may strike deals with Reliance Comm
CLOSE on the heels of Qualcomm's strategic equity investment in Reliance Communications Ltd (RCL), two other ``big fish'' - Motorola and Hewlett-Packard - are likely to strike similar multi-million dollar deals with the telecom arm of ...
`Pak must walk the talk'
Mr Jaswant Singh said that India would ``respond fully'' and ``resume the composite dialogue process'' if Pakistan moves purposefully towards eradicating cross-border terrorism
Zhu visit to boost ties across the prism
THE six-day visit of the Chinese Prime Minister, Mr Zhu Rongji, from today to India opens an optimistic chapter in the bilateral economic relations of the two giants in terms of demography, development and mosaic of variegated culture with their ...
New RBI scheme for money changers
MUMBAI: THE Reserve Bank of India has said that resident entities which want to undertake restricted money changing will no longer be required to obtain licence from RBI. As per the new scheme, authorised dealers (ADs) and full-fledged ...
I-T sops for telecom cos likely to stay
THE Government is set to retain the income tax benefits, including a five-year tax holiday, given to telecom companies and other infrastructure service providers in the Budget, following the recommendations of a high-level Committee. The ...
Musharraf speak seen lifting market mood
INDIAN capital markets are expected to bounce back with renewed optimism on Monday primarily on account of the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf's announcements banning the Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad along with three other ...
Comments & Letters to the Editor to: email@example.com