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Infrastructure funding: Banks too may tap ECBs
THE next big liberalisation of the policy on external commercial borrowings (ECB) is likely to provide a major boost to infrastructure financing. The Government and the Reserve Bank of India are working on a plan to permit a number of new ... More

Vizag airport still under water; flights unlikely for a week
THE Visakhapatnam airport remained under knee-deep water even on Sunday, disrupting flights for the third day in succession and, according to present indications, it may take at least five to seven days for resumption of flights. No flights have ... More

Limited liability concept may be extended to manufacturing
THE Ministry of Company Affairs, which is working on a draft law to allow Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) firms in the professional and services sector, is likely to extend the concept to the manufacturing sector. This, in effect, would ... More

Online advertising `clicks'
FLIRTATIOUS snake charmer, Shah Rukh Khan enticed Pepsi bottles in the new commercial that was debuted on the Net before hitting the television screens; now the online companies are trying to cast the same spell on advertisers. Internet, which ... More

Sentiment turns bearish
As there is no visible sign of panic, but only a tactical readjustment of positions, this week the Dalal Street is likely to witness a war of nerves. More

Edible oil imports up 19%; slowdown in Sept
IMPORTS of edible oil, mainly palm oil and soyabean oil, have provisionally been reported at 46,30,483 tonnes during 11 months of the current oil season (November 2004/September 2005). The imports are up from 38,83,298 tonnes during the ... More

ITSA-Govt tiff may delay telecom projects
LARGE, crucial and ambitious projects of the two Indian public sector telecom companies are in danger of critical delays if the dispute between the Indian Telecom Service Association (ITSA) and the Government is not comprehensively resolved. ... More




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