PM's council wants data on all imports published
DGCIS figures at variance with RBI's version
`It may be useful to be as transparent as possible in the published data in the public domain so as to manage expectations on the BoP outlook which is important to inspire the trust and confidence of potential investors, both domestic and foreign.'
Nuclear boost: French major Areva keen to enter Indian market
Areva plans to enter into civilian nuclear trade could hinge on a possible US-Indian nuclear agreement widely expected to be signed during the US President, Mr George Bush's visit, which would end three decades of international sanctions on nuclear t rade with India.
Heavyweights drive Sensex to new high
SHARE prices rose for the third consecutive day on Wednesday with the benchmark BSE-30 Sensex piercing the 10,200-mark for the first time ever and closed at a record high of 10,224.32, up 56.21 points from Tuesday. The previous high closing was ...
Poultry sector plan to get back on its feet Bollywood likely to lend succour
The campaign programme being chalked out will carry different flavours in different parts of the country.
Finland Court prohibits Ranbaxy from marketing generic version of Lipitor
Analysts tracking the Lipitor developments said that following the UK and US setbacks for Ranbaxy, the Finland Court's ruling has been on expected lines. "It will be very difficult for Ranbaxy to launch Lipitor early, especially in a big market," sai d an analyst.
Infosys remote centre in Prague by April Infrastructure management service revenue to cross $100 m
INFOSYS Technologies Ltd said on Wednesday it expected revenues from its infrastructure management service (IMS) to cross $100 million this fiscal, accounting for five per cent of total revenue, up from $55 million in the previous year. To ...
Foodgrain production seen up at 209.32 mt
Rabi output likely to be tad lower; wheat crop seen below initial estimates
THE country's total foodgrain production has been projected at 209.32 million tonnes (mt) in 2005-06 (July-June), up 4.71 mt over last year. However, the wheat crop have been affected by bad weather conditions and the Government has pruned its ...
Choosing STD carrier: DoT allows sharing of network upgradation cost
Access providers unlikely to toe the line
CONSUMERS may soon be able to choose their long distance operator by using Carrier Access Codes (CAC). The hesitation on the part of the long distance operators to invest in network upgradation to facilitate the shift to CAC has prompted the ...
No case of bird flu infection among people, says Govt
DESPITE senior officials indicating on Wednesday that there was a distinct possibility of the H5N1 virus infecting human beings in Maharashtra, the Government today said that no person had been affected by the virus. Speaking to newspersons, Mr ...
Clients don't chicken out; it's business as usual
IT'S business as usual for the IT and BPO firms in the country even as reports of avian bird flu scare pour in from different States. Companies that Business Line spoke to said that their business was not impacted in any way as of now. ...
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