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India third highest initiator of dumping probes: WTO
INDIA has emerged not only as the third highest initiator of new anti-dumping investigations in the world, after the European Union and China during the second half of 2004 (July to December), but also heads the list in imposing new final ... More


A `pocket-friendly' ambulance service
HOW often have you seen ambulances negotiate their way through streets clogged with traffic? And that, when minutes can make the difference between life and death? Ever had an emergency and dialled to call an ambulance, only to hear the number ... More


`No uniform VAT rate on tea, processed foods'
PUNJAB, Haryana, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Bihar have failed to impose a uniform rate of 4 per cent VAT on tea despite a decision taken at meetings of the Empowered Committee of State Finance Ministers, the Associated Chambers of Commerce and ... More


With good demand for colour TVs...
Picture tube makers to expand capacity

WITH sales of colour televisions being driven by domestic and export demand, domestic colour picture tube (CPT) manufacturers are working overtime to ramp up capacity. In fact, the domestic market for CPT alone is growing at about 15 per cent ... More


Govt will support SEZs for jewellery, says Chidambaram
THE Union Minister for Finance, Mr P. Chidambaram, on Saturday said that the Government was willing to provide fiscal assistance to any special economic zone set up for the manufacture and export of jewellery. Mr Chidambaram said this while ... More


Clicks drive bricks in Chennai
THE Information Technology (IT) and Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sectors have gradually become the prime drivers for the real estate market in Chennai. Almost 95 per cent of the total office space in the city ... More

A plot all to yourself
A row of 100 independent houses on the banks of a natural lake, landscaped gardens, a fully equipped club and more — Chennai-based developer, True Value Homes claims its latest project, Woodbridge County, spread ... More

Shopping in the new-age
SPENCERS' on Mount Road was always the right place to shop and years later, when a behemoth plaza replaced it, the shoppers keep coming, in larger numbers. The mall culture, as such, has left the city largely ... More

Precinct-style township
SINGAPORE Realty Ltd, a joint venture promoted by Lee Kim Tah Holdings of Singapore, expects to start marketing its precinct-style apartment blocks by the first week of September, according to Mr V Subramanian, ... More


How women fare as investors
`WHAT do women want?' is a question as old as the universe, if popular culture is to be believed. Whether civilisation is getting any closer to answering that in a generic sense or not, answers to the question `what do women want financially?' ... More


Govt okays 26 pc FDI in Jagran daily
THE Ireland-based Independent Printing Company Ltd has been permitted to acquire stake in Jagran Prakashan Ltd, which publishes the Hindi daily Jagran. Independent Printing's proposal to pick up 26 per cent stake in Jagran ... More

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Looking back
May. 15-May. 21
Inflation falls a tad on dip in food prices

Centre's 1-year report card — `Unfinished' agenda bugs pharma sector

`Indian textile market fastest growing in 2004'

Aiyar for equitable sharing of oil price hike burden

Seafood exporters file suit against US Customs — Bond requirement for shrimp imports challenged

Posco may sign MoU with Orissa Govt next month

Govt clears DTH proposals of Space TV, Sun Direct

Edible oil imports rise 21 per cent

Dubbed Hollywood flicks boost box office

Ministry clarifies on gem, jewellery sector service tax

Star India to charge 50% premium on prime time ad rates

Talks on phosphoric acid rates fail — DAP supplies may dry up, warn fertiliser cos

Monsoon caravan set rolling: IMD

Something is rotten in fruit trade

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