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Textile exports dip despite end of quotas
THE end of the quota regime in the global trade of textiles and clothing was supposed to herald a hectic activity in India's traditional textile and clothing exports. But the promised boom remains a pipedream with the first five months of trade ... More

Foreign broking cos turn cautious on equity market
CLSA said the recent rally has been driven by a surge in liquidity, rather than any positive change in fundamentals. More

Work towards energy independence: Kalam
THE President, Mr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, today called upon the nation to work for attainment of environment-friendly energy independence in a time-bound manner. In his address to the nation on the eve of the 59th Independence Day, Mr Kalam said ... More

Corporates go on air for a cause this Independence Day
CORPORATE India is going all out to portray itself as a responsible Indian citizen this Independence Day through a series of offbeat corporate social responsibility activities. Star TV, for instance, is going to air Ashutosh Gowarikar's ... More

Now, insurance for farmers against excess rain
BY next year, farmers in the country can hope to be insured against the perils of excess rainfall. The Agricultural Insurance Company of India (AIC) has initiated a study to launch an insurance cover against excess rainfall by 2006. AIC, ... More

Some strange bull leap'd your father's cow!
Khan was drying his papers on the ironing table, Sridevi sat listening to patriotic songs to celebrate the Independence Day, while Jogin was trying to find parallels for the killing of Kadirgamar in Frederick Forsyth's The Day of the Jackal. But ... More

Exports to Pakistan — Sugar release order likely this week
THE Food Ministry is likely to issue a notification on release of sugar for exports to Pakistan this week. This follows an assurance to a delegation of the sugar industry by the Union Minister for Food and Agriculture, Mr Sharad Pawar. "We ... More

CII survey finds healthy growth in manufacturing
THE Indian manufacturing sector reported healthy growth during April-June 2005 compared to the corresponding period in 2004, said a survey carried out by the Associations Council of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). Out of the 135 ... More



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