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ACCOUNT SPEAK
You can only lead a horse to water
LEARNING is a continuing process, and continuing learning is proving to be a doubt-ridden process in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. Even as the ICAI's members queue up for the continuing professional ... More

MICROSCOPE
Alfa Laval: Meeting market expectations
ALFA Laval (India) declared impressive results for the year ended December 2003 meeting market expectations. The strong order backlog in the beginning of the year translated into a 30 per cent growth in revenues to Rs 376.46 crore for the ... More

SAY CHEEK
I think, therefore, IIM
FIRST principle of philosophy, according to Rene Descartes, was: `I think therefore I am.' So sure of it he was that "all the most extravagant suppositions of the sceptics were unable to shake it". For Murli Manohar Joshi, however, the line has ... More

BOOKS OF ACCOUNT
Aren't our ethics more benign?
THEY counted, measured and reported, and everybody believed them, till somebody noticed that the emperor had no clothes. So, the people who spoke about disclosure found themselves exposed. That is the sad story of ... More

EAR TO THE GROUND
Select pharma stocks gain
SELECT pharma stocks were bought on Wednesday when there was heavy selling in the overall market. Some of the pharma stocks bought included Cipla, Dr Reddy's, Ranbaxy, Aurobindo Pharma and Divi's Laboratories. Dealers said that select market ... More

SENSOR
Benchmark indices slump again
THE recovery witnessed on Tuesday turned out to be short-lived as the market sentiment turned bearish on Wednesday. Led by the weakness in Reliance Industries, key benchmark indices - BSE Sensex and S&P CNX Nifty registered a sharp drop ... More




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