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Cotton farmers desperate as Govt delays payment — Cautious response to Monsanto's Bollgard launch in Vidarbha
AS the mercury rises in the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, so does the anger of the cotton farmers of the region. The farmers here are desperate as they are increasingly weighed down by problems, which are not of their own making. Non-payment ... More

Hinduja Group to foray into film production
THE Hinduja Group, which has had a long stint in film financing and trading of film rights, is planning to foray into film production. InNetwork Entertainment Ltd, a subsidiary of Hinduja TMT Ltd, will look at film production. "The Hinduja ... More

Air India resumes service to Toronto
Air India has also expanded the destinations and frequency of flights to the United Kingdom by operating the resumed service to Toronto via Birmingham. More

Shalimar Paints plans unit in South
SHALIMAR Paints is planning to commence manufacturing operations in the southern region of the country in order to strengthen its position in the region. "We will take a decision within the next few months on whether to set up our own ... More

Solvency margin: Pvt insurers feel the pinch
If a company collects Rs 20 as premium and provides an insurance cover for Rs 100, the risk element is Rs 80. The solvency margin is calculated on Rs 80. More

Health facilities go on auction mode
IF the concept of `bids' conjures up a picture of tenders-driven staid Government bidding, that picture may soon undergo a drastic transformation with consumer-driven bidding set to enter the realm of consumer services as well. In the last few ... More

Dalal Street may see upturn
THE domestic stock market seems poised for a sharp upturn after a phase of correction and consolidation. A section of local market players appears to be buying the Nifty futures aggressively. If the trend continues this week, the Nifty spot may ... More

Where there is a guest, there is service
BUSINESS executives are known to fly in and out of cities. And here is a bunch of youngsters who manage to keep pace with their jet-setting guests, following them by train to serve them in anywhere in the country. Mr Amardeep, a hotel ... More

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