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Govt to implement CAS `at the earliest' — System to be in place in 3 metros
AFTER setting aside the implementation of the conditional access system (CAS) for one and half years, the Government has decided to put in place an addressable system for the cable industry in the three metros of Mumbai, Delhi and ... More

Indo-Pak ties: Hopes high on trade front
WITH the Pakistan President, General Pervez Musharraf, arriving in the Capital today and official level talks scheduled with the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, on Sunday, there is expectation that India and Pakistan could soon move forward on ... More

`VAT law variations to be resolved latest by April 26'
STATE Finance Ministers who met here today under the aegis of the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers on Value Added Tax (VAT) have set an "outer limit" of April 26 for resolving the "variations" that had crept into some of the VAT ... More

VAT panel draws plan to tackle price rise
THE Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers on Value-Added Tax has chalked out a strategy to tackle the price rise in certain commodities ever since the implementation of VAT from April 1. "We have noted that for certain commodities ... More

Record inflow into equity funds in March
INFLOWS into equity funds set a new record in March, with the funds attracting fresh investments of Rs 8,800 crore. This is the highest level of monthly sales recorded by equity funds over the past six years. New equity funds that closed their ... More

Phosphoric acid shortage haunts DAP units; talks with suppliers fail
"Even if a decision is taken today, supplies would reach the factories only by the end of May or beginning of June. But the next date for negotiating the price has not been decided yet. So there may not be any other way but to stop production." More

Passenger car exports rise 28 pc in 2004-05
HELPED largely by growing exports of the Hyundai Santro, total passenger car exports jumped by 28.2 per cent in 2004-05. Total passenger car exports were at 1,60,677 units in the last fiscal against 125,320 units in the previous year. Exports ... More



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