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DETAXFICATION
In dock with a document processor off the dockyard
IBM Global Services India P Ltd knocked the doors of the Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT), Bangalore, unhappy that the Customs officials misconstrued a gizmo that the company had imported. The ... More

E-DIMENSION
Don't ask the way to the village if you don't want to get there
THE US State Department has voiced serious concern about "jailed monk's trial," informs the headline of a hot story on www.phayul.com, reporting what the now outgoing US Secretary of ... More

SAY CHEEK
Wise to be economical about religiosity
Religion, according to a paper, is a complementary trait within marriage, "because it affects a number of activities in which both spouses are involved beyond the purely religious sphere." More

ON MINT STREET
PLRs: Already on the steep side
"Interest rates could inch up further by 50 basis points or a bit more in the coming months. But that should not impact the prime lending rates of PSBs." More

INDIA INTERIOR
The Indian farmer ploughs on
WITHOUT exception, farmers in the Bhopal/Sehore belt of Madhya Pradesh are angry with the UPA Government for the steep increase in the cost of diesel. Mangelal Verma, the sanchalak (a service provider of sorts) of ITC's e-choupal at ... More

EAR TO THE GROUND
VSNL in demand on new focus
VIDESH Sanchar Nigam Ltd, part of the Tata group company, is being relooked by various broking houses with huge capital appreciation potential. This is being seen after a long time. Dealers said VSNL is moving into a new phase focusing on ... More

ON THE HEDGE
Short-term price reversal likely in M&M, BPCL
THE following strategies are based on Friday's trading in the spot and the derivatives segment on the NSE. These strategies are structured to take advantage of short-term price reversals in the underlying. The recommendations are valid for ... More

SENSOR
Reliance Ind leads losers' list
AFTER enjoying a two-day ride at 6,000 levels the BSE Sensex slumped again to settle below the psychological mark, with sentiments in the markets turning cautious yet again. The Sensex slid by 63 points or 1.06 per cent to close at 5961.71 ... More




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