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Singapore pact `to go beyond free trade' — It includes special visa, air transport liberalisation
INDIA and Singapore on Wednesday turned a new chapter in the traditional ties by signing the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA), paving the way for an integrated package of trade in goods and services, an agreement on ... More

PM seeks proposal for negotiations with Asean
CLOSE on the heels of signing the Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) with Singapore, the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, on Wednesday asked the Trade and Economic Relations Committee (TERC) to come up with proposals that would ... More

I-Sec gets nod for Singapore venture
I-SEC, the merchant-banking arm of ICICI Bank, is setting up shop in Singapore to tap the region's thriving financial market. ICICI Securities Ltd has spun off a wholly owned subsidiary, ICICI Securities Inc, which has received permission from ... More

PM calls for steps to curb cybercrime
IN a clear indication of the Centre's resolve to clamp down on cybercrime and data secrecy breaches - especially in the wake of a recent BPO exposť by a British tabloid - the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, today asked the IT Department ... More

Sensex gains 70.88 points
BUOYED by the global markets and renewed buying by foreign institutional investors, the domestic bourses on Wednesday recovered some of their lost ground. The Sensex ended on Wednesday with a gain of 70.88 points to close at 7119.88. The Nifty ... More

Maharashtra seeking power from NTPC's Mauda project
MAHARASHTRA is attempting to get power from the Mauda Power Project, Vidarbha, which is being set up by the National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC). The power generation is dependent on the Gosikhurd Dam, currently under construction. "We ... More

Tata Motors eyes tie-ups in Thailand
TATA Motors is in talks with potential partners in Thailand for a presence in that country. "As Thailand is the largest market for pick-ups outside the US, Tata Motors is exploring ways of establishing presence in Thailand. It is in discussion ... More

Reliance Info preference share conversion: Not attractive enough
SHAREHOLDERS of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) may not find the terms on which the company's holdings in the preference capital of Reliance Infocomm is being converted into equity of the latter attractive. The RIL board has come up with a ... More

VPN service: ISPs upset over TRAI paper on licence fee
INTERNET Service Providers (ISPs) are crying foul over the recent consultation paper floated by the telecom regulator to determine the licence fee for offering Virtual Private Network (VPN) services. Internet operators are upset with the paper ... More



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