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CSO, NSSO to be merged into single statistical body
THE Central Statistical Organisation (CSO) and the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) are to be merged into a single entity by the name, National Statistical Organisation (NSO). This entity would be headed by an officer of the rank of ... More

EMPLOYMENT


Monsoon session to clear employment guarantee Bill
THE monsoon session of Parliament from Monday to August 26 is scheduled to clear the National Rural Employment Guarantee Bill, 2004. It will also see the introduction of a slew of Bills of economic legislative importance with the Government ... More

HOTELS


Oberoi Rajvilas gets top marks
THE readers of Travel + Leisure, one of the world's leading travel magazines, have ranked The Oberoi Rajvilas, Jaipur, as the third Best Hotel in the world next only to the Four Seasons Resort, Bali and Singita Private Game Reserve, South ... More

POWER


`Green' buildings can reduce energy bill by almost half: TERI
THE energy bill in residential or commercial buildings could be reduced by almost half if buildings are designed keeping energy efficiency in mind. The saving in energy requirement of a building could be achieved first at the design stage and ... More

TEXTILES


`China may find India's cotton, yarn attractive'
NOW that China has allowed its currency to appreciate, is it a good sign for Indian cotton and cotton yarn sectors seeking to access a greater slice of China's market? The two sectors, credited with having abundant production this year, may get ... More

Sustained growth of textile industry vital: Shekhawat
THE Vice-President, Mr Bhairon Singh Shekhawat, has said the sustained growth of the textile industry was the need of the hour as the sector had the potential of creating new employment opportunities and earning foreign exchange. Speaking at ... More

FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT


AP to go ahead with CBI probe on Volkswagen issue
THE Andhra Pradesh Government plans to go ahead with the probe into issues related to Volkswagen car project even after the company agreed to pay up about 2 million euros to the State. Addressing a press conference here today, the State Finance ... More

INCOME TAX


E-filing of returns extended till Aug 31
SALARIED taxpayers opting for electronic filing of returns of income through e-return intermediaries have been given more time to file their returns. The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has now extended the due date for filing of e-returns ... More

PEOPLE


Former IIM Calcutta Director passes away
NOTED management expert and former Director of IIM Calcutta, Prof Ramaswamy Parameswaran Aiyyar (68), passed away here on Friday, after a brief illness. He is survived by wife, a son and a daughter. Known to his friends and students as Prof. ... More


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Looking back
Jul. 17-Jul. 23
Iron ore market to remain in balance till 2010

India largest recipient of World Bank aid

Exim Bank to extend $400 m line of credit — Firms exporting to 2 CIS nations, Francophone countries likely to benefit

Textile exports to US decline in May

`Break monsoon' scaled down; `weak monsoon' in

Steel prices likely to firm up by September: RINL chief

Exports rise 19 pc in first quarter

`FMCG sector to grow over 50 pc by 2010'

Ma Foi predicts cooling off quarter for jobs

NELP panel calls for appointment of nodal officers

Indian Textile Clusters, Carrera Holdings sign pact for textile consortium

No let-up in movement of ore to steel plants

Rajeev Chandrasekhar may tune into FM radio

Govt fixes floor price for e-auction of coal

Chidambaram for `measured response' to market swings

Yuan change: No major benefit seen for textile exporters


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