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INDUSTRY & ECONOMY

ANTI-DUMPING


Ministry revokes dumping duty on synthetic rubber
"With virtually no domestic producer for the item and no likelihood of revival of the closed unit, the tyre industry is faced with no alternative, but to import synthetic rubber." More

ECONOMY


  • Kerala: Demand to recast Planning Board

    ENVIRONMENT


    For cleaner Hyderabad -- 15-plus vehicles to be phased out
    After the drive of the Delhi Government to bring stiff norms for vehicles to check the growing pollution menace in the Capital, Hyderabad would now become the second city in the country to go in for such measures. More

    FOREIGN TRADE


    Thailand invites investments in education, IT
    THE Ambassador of Thailand to India, Mr Bandhit Sotipalalit, has urged the Indian business community to invest in his country through joint ventures in diverse sectors including information technology, medium-sized industry, educational ... More

  • Thai delegation to visit Hyderabad

    INFRASTRUCTURE


    APIDC to establish biotech fund; plans equity divestment
    The State-owned corporation has, thus far, promoted 791 units which involves a total outlay of Rs 4,834 crore and has played a pivotal role in local entrepreneurial developmental activities supporting the small and medium sectors. More

    POWER


    AP: Public hearing on tariff principles
    THE Andhra Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (APERC) has called for a public hearing on its "Consultative paper on long-term tariff principles'' which seeks to achieve efficiency, economy and growth in the power sector. The public hearing ... More

    RUBBER


    Rubber shortage hits goods making units
    THE rubber goods manufacturing sector, dominated by the small and medium units, seems to have run into serious trouble over the availability of natural rubber, especially the widely used RSS-4 grade. There are some 6,000 SSI units all over the ... More

    SSI


    SBI lines up credit schemes for small biz
    STATE Bank of India (SBI) will be launching small business credit card and tailor-made home loans in the State where the demand for housing loans is on the increase. Speaking to newspersons, Mr C. Sundarashyam, Chief General Manager, Kerala ... More

    WATER MANAGEMENT


    Cauvery water treatment plant commissioned
    BANGALORE and areas under seven urban bodies around it are expected to get 270 mld (million litres per day) of potable water by July-end with the commissioning of the raw water line and treatment plant today. The treatment plant at ... More

    EDUCATION


  • MBA programme

    READYMADE GARMENTS


    Garment exports up 9.22% in May
    GARMENT exports to restricted countries have registered a 9.22 per cent increase in value terms during May 2002 at $431.10 million compared to the export performance of May 2001. An official release said that the total export of garments to ... More

    Garment exporters irked at bid to ban quota transfers
    A PROPOSED ban on the transfer of certain garment quota categories to bring down the premiums in these categories has set sections of the garment exporters into a panic. The ban will be in place until September 20. In the past three weeks, the ... More

    HANDLOOM


    New insurance cover for TN handloom weavers
    A MUMBAI-based manufacturing company of viscose rayon yarn, NRC, has brought hundreds of weavers in Tamil Nadu under social security cover through the Birla Sun Life's `Social Security Insurance Scheme'. Mr N. Unnikrishnan, Vice-President ... More

    SMALL SAVINGS


    No changes in EPFO structure proposed -- Pension panel meet on June 24
    EAGER to get pension reforms moving, the Ministry of Finance has decided not to propose any changes in the structure and powers of the Employees' Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) and the existing pension-related schemes during the initial years ... More

    WTO


    WTO to review India's policies
    INDIA'S trade policy is to come up for review at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) at Geneva on June 19. This would be the third such review for the country and is expected to be concluded over a period of two days - June 19 and June 21. ... More

    RURAL DEVELOPMENT


    Nabard panel plans to boost rural credit system
    The Rural Infrastructure Development Fund, created out of the shortfall of lending to agriculture, should not be seen as an escape route from investing in agriculture. More

    TRADE & LABOUR UNIONS


  • Union criticises Minister's tirade

    EVENTS


    Sinha to attend Asian finance ministers' meet
    THE Finance Minister, Mr Yashwant Sinha, will be leading an Indian delegation for participation in the Asian Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) to be held at Bangkok during June 18-19. The ACD, an informal forum of Asian finance ministers, would be ... More

  • Bangalore Engagements

    TOURISM


    Eco-tourism set to take root in Kerala
    FROM the curious to the cursory, Kerala has everything that a tourist can ask for - from beach tourism, backwaters, wildlife, hill resorts, historical monuments to culture and vintage architecture. And now, the State has begun to loosen its ... More
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    An initiative to recycle PET bottles


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