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Wednesday, June 26, 2002
Making mining safe
THE CENTRE'S PROPOSAL to set up a coal safety fund is welcome. Coal companies do earmark a portion of their investments for schemes to improve safety in operations. The amount depends on the funds that companies can muster for development ... More
The Tiebout effect in cities
SEVERAL MNCs recently moved out of Bangalore's Central Business District to the suburbs because of the cost of real-estate. According to the mono-centric urban model, costs of living in a city consist of land and transport costs. If cities can ... More
`Tax'ing political donations
IT IS proposed that political funding is legalised. To that end a Bill was introduced in Parliament in March. This means that donors (Indian companies or residents) would be exempt from paying income-tax for donations to political parties. ... More
The deepening communal divide
Out with hangups
What ails co-operative banking?
CO-OPERATIVE banks are in the news again, but not for the right reasons. It may be recalled that during March 2001, some urban co-operative banks (UCBs) faced liquidity and insolvency problems. A major underlying factor was non-adherence by these ... More
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