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Bajaj Capital dons new role to help Morepen investors
IN what could set a trend in protecting the interest of small investors, Bajaj Capital Ltd, a financial services and broking company that acted as an intermediary in sourcing investment, is joining forces with small investors to help settle their ... More

Budget will pursue tax reforms: PM
THE Union Budget will continue its pursuit of tax reforms and meeting the goals prescribed in the common minimum programme, according to the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh. At a press conference here on Saturday, Dr Singh said, "We are ... More

Infosys' global education centre inaugurated
THE Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, on Saturday inaugurated the Infosys Technologies' Global Education Centre in Mysore. The centre, one of the largest of its kind in the world, will train technology professionals. Located at the 270-acre ... More

Air India, IA working on greater synergy options
IN the wake of impending competition in the domestic and international skies from the private sector airlines, Air India and Indian Airlines are exploring greater synergy options, including sharing of manpower and creating common ... More

Shipping Ministry revives plan to levy maritime cess
THE Shipping Ministry has revived the proposal to levy a maritime development cess to part-fund the Rs 58,000-crore National Maritime Development Programme. "Part of the finances for implementing the development programmes for the maritime ... More

Employees participatory management — Tata Tea turns a new chapter
WITH 13,350 employees and encompassing an area of 24,137 hectares of south Indian tea plantations, Tata Tea is poised to create one of the largest participatory management enterprises in the world, which is to be run on corporate lines. Mr V. ... More

Merchandise exports cross $60-b mark
THE country's merchandise exports have crossed the $60-billion mark in the 10 months of the current financial year (2004-05). Exports touched $61 billion in April-January and were estimated to be over $7 billion in the month of January ... More

Meenakshi Temple a world wonder?
That's what you'll find if you go to www.newsevenwonders.com and check out the list of top nominees for the fresh list of `seven wonders of the world.' The list is drawn up by the `new seven wonders ... More



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