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Farm it out, PM tells pvt sector — `Major steps taken for single integrated market'
THE private sector today got a special invitation from the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, to seize the immense opportunities in agriculture, both for supplying inputs and for processing and marketing the produce. Addressing the closing ... More

Dubai Ports nets Indian box terminals thru P&O buy
A MAJORITY of container shipping in India is set to come under the control of DP World, the global ports business of Ports, Customs and Free Zone Corporation, Dubai, following its acquisition of Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co (P&O) More

Sensex sheds 64 points on lack of buying support
A FIVE-DAY rally ended on Tuesday when the BSE Sensex shed 63.78 points to finish at 8931.16 points in moderately volatile trade. Lack of buying support at the upper levels resulted in a decline in stock prices prompting some sales for ... More

It is time for ads to board A-I Express...
THE exotic and iconic images that adorn the tailfins of Air-India Express aircraft will soon be complemented by logos of banks, moneychangers or any others willing to pay for some unique ad space. Like several other low-cost airlines, A-I ... More

Cable TV rates may go up 4 pc from Jan
COME January 1, and consumers will have to fork out more if they want to get their daily fare of television entertainment. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has proposed a four per cent increase in the monthly cable charges. Due ... More

Policy on spectrum allocation early next year — Govt wants new players for 3G services
THE Communications and IT Minister, Mr Dayanidhi Maran, has said that the Government is keen on new players for third generation (3G) services and will spell out the policy for spectrum allocation early next year. Third generation mobile services ... More

FIIs on selling spree in debt market
FOREIGN funds are on a selling spree in the Indian debt market even as they continue to pump in fresh money into the domestic equity segment. Foreign institutional investors sold $469.3-million worth debt in India in November (1-28); during ... More

Govt spending on IT below target: Maran
THE Minister for Communications and IT, Mr Dayanidhi Maran, today said that while India was making rapid strides in offering IT services to other nations, the level of IT spending within the country was still low. "The Planning Commission had ... More

`Cyclone Baaz' headed for landfall on TN-AP coasts
The city of Chennai and areas to the immediate north will possibly bear the brunt as the storm barrels into the peninsular coast. More




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