Just too many bones to number and fix
ASI, we all know, is Archaeological Survey of India. But why is ASI doing the rounds in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India? Not because the Department of Company Affairs is intent on burying the autonomy of ...
Most managers are afraid of action
MARCH 2004 issue of Harvard Business Review says, "Ghoshal can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org." Only, you can't, because Sumantra Ghoshal died on March 3. His article titled "Reclaim your job", written along with Heike Bruch, could well ...
BOOKS OF ACCOUNT
Poverty is invisible when the curtains are drawn
BUREAUCRATS are rarely respected. Don't ask about politicians who call the shots. If you want to know why, hitch a ride with T. S. R. Subramanian on Journeys through Babudom and Netaland. The book, published ...
EAR TO THE GROUND
MFs act boosts indices
ON the last day of financial year, the rise in most of the major indices is not new for the stock market and this was seen on Wednesday as well. Dealers said the main factor for the rise in Nifty and the Sensex was the propping up of NAVs by ...
ON THE HEDGE
ACC: Outlook positive, buy April futures
THE following strategies are based on Wednesday's trading in the spot and the derivatives segments on the NSE: ACC: The stock closed at Rs 255 in the spot market. The outlook appears positive. The stock faces some resistance at Rs 265. ...
Weak dollar turns tech stocks weaker
THE indices remained in the positive for the best part of the day, thanks to the gains of old economy and defence stocks. The BSE Sensex gained about 1.27 per cent at 5,590.60. The broadbased index Nifty stood firm, went up 1.24 per cent to ...
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