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India may gain as US clamps down on Chinese textiles
INDIAN textile exporters are expected to gain the most from the US administration's decision to impose `safeguard quotas' on three categories of clothing shipments from China, mainly because Indian suppliers have a strong presence in some of ... More

Residential property prices likely to rise further
IF the sharp rise in residential property prices over the last 18 months took you by surprise, then there is more in store. Real estate players expect residential property prices to move further up - although slowly - on the back of ... More

Radio-frequency tags on drugs to check fakes
WHEN global retail giant Wal-Mart insisted on radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on prescription medicines sold from its outlets, Indian drug major Ranbaxy was quick to meet this requirement. Described as "the next level barcode," RFID ... More

More IITians pass up US degrees for high-paying jobs here
AT the Mecca of engineering, the times are a-changing. Top-notch firms are wooing brand IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) like never before. This and a host of other factors have lead to a decline in the number of students opting for `higher ... More

Non-metros pip metros in mobile phones growth
MORE than 30 million of India's total number of cell phones at the end of March 2005 (41 million) were in use by subscribers resident outside the country's four metros — Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata. The corresponding figure at the ... More

Bank credit dips by Rs 4,841 cr
MUMBAI: Gross bank credit decreased by Rs 4,841 crore to Rs 11,27,433 crore, for the fortnight ended April 29, according to the RBI's Weekly Statistical Supplement, as against Rs 11,32,274 crore in the previous fortnight. This is ... More

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