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Bid to tap cost-effective market — US law firms ship project work to India
The works are coding and organising of documents, transcription, research and document management. More

Pack the bags, banks will fund your holiday
WITH banks eager to sell personal loans for any purpose, customers too are fast evolving. `Holiday finance' is emerging as a new growing area of business for banks. To tap this opportunity, banks such as HDFC Bank - which has an arrangement ... More

Forex dealers look for more rupee volatility
FOREX dealers on Wednesday were torn between watching the India-Pakistan cricket series finale, and taking advantage of the sudden surge in the value of the rupee to make a quick buck. As the swift appreciation in the rupee has bestowed the ... More

IA may make Rs 15-cr operating profit
AFTER running into losses during the past three years, Indian Airlines is expected to book operating profits in the current fiscal. The board of Directors of the airlines on Wednesday approved the revised estimates for 2003-04 with an estimated ... More

Rlys crash course for safer coaches
DAIMLER Benz does it to Mercedes cars. Most other auto companies also do it to their cars. Now, Indian Railways is burning and crashing brand new passenger coaches to collect information on how to make them safer and reduce human casualties in ... More




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