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Govt may opt for pension, insurance under IRDA
PENSION reforms could take a different shape under the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government. In what could alter the course of the ongoing pension reforms, the Finance Minister, Mr P. Chidambaram, may veer towards making the Insurance ... More

Antony resigns
THE Kerala Chief Minister, Mr A.K. Antony, has put in his papers after having been in power for three years. The Chief Minister met the Governor, Mr R.L. Bhatia, at 8 p.m. on Sunday to submit his resignation. Earlier, Mr Antony made a ... More

Aptech offers to buy Canadian education co
APTECH Ltd has made an acquisition `offer' to a Canadian education company with the aim of gaining a foothold in the North American market. "There is a Canadian firm we are looking at seriously for a takeover. We have made an offer to them ... More

Goetze to invest Rs 200 cr on Federal Mogul tech
GOETZE (India) Ltd, one of the largest manufacturers of pistons and piston rings in the country, plans to to invest about Rs 200 crore over the next three years for introducing a new technology sourced from American auto components giant Federal ... More

Ethanol-blended fuel in short supply
THE ethanol-blended fuel programme in the southern States has hit a roadblock with sugar industries finding it more lucrative to supply ethanol for industrial and potable alcohol, according to sources. Oil companies, which see this programme ... More

Software cos earn more per client in June quarter
WIPRO Technologies continued to grow faster than Infosys Technologies in terms of average revenues per client for the quarter ended June 2004. In March this calendar, it clocked higher revenues per client than Infosys and it continues to show ... More

Monsoon revival not until next week-end
THE annual typhoon-tornado season has kept its date with the Western Pacific as powerful cyclones fed in by the `warm pool' threatened to rain it down heavily in the Pacific-Rim, including Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong and ... More

Benchmarks may move up as undertone turns bullish
The market needs further confirmation for end of negative developments before it turns really bullish. More

Momentum versus value investing
VALUE investing is a popular long-term investment style. From Warren Buffett to David Dreman and Bill Miller, value managers have outperformed the market in the long run. Here is a comparison between value investing and ... More




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