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Tuesday, October 03, 2006
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New drug policy in place, but relief to consumers sometime away
Pharma industry still discussing proposed changes with Govt More

Fertiliser Dept seeks panel nod to float SPV
To undertake global trading, joint ventures abroad More

Bar on remote access irks global telecom cos
Defence Ministry raises security concerns More

33 cos opt for large taxpayer unit scheme in Bangalore
First scheme to take off today More

IPOs lose sheen as market sentiments evoke caution
The rush by companies to come out with public issues seen in the beginning of the year seems to have petered out in the wake of turbulent market sentiments. As against a total of 41 public issues (all instruments, including equity, hybrid and ... More

Bajaj Auto Sept sales up 38 pc
Bajaj Auto Ltd has reported 38 per cent increase in the number of vehicles sold in September. A total of 3,00,141 units - two- and three-wheelers combined - were sold, up from 2,18,012 units in September 2005. Sales of motorcycles rose by ... More

Defaulters beware! You can be `Cibilled' !
Now, banks have option to check defaulters More

`Googled' just in time
The process of checking a loan applicant's antecedents is not an easy one - despite the technology that helps banks receive a response within minutes of posting their online query to the CIBIL database. Bank officials dealing with corporate ... More

Energy, metals may hit new peaks in Q4
Fundamentals pointing to higher trend: Barclays Capital More

Radio route to care for the aged
Novel RFID application keeps tabs on health needs of senior citizens More

Satyam plans foray into joint R&D in auto sector
Educational institutions, industry to be roped in More

Paper size & print area reduction
From today the format of Business Line will be in the National Industry Standard Size. That is to say, as a consequence of web width (physical paper size) reduction, the print area stands reduced from a width of 36 cm to 33 cm and from a ... More

Service tax on international roaming?
Service tax on international in-bound roamers is the subject matter of a recent draft circular from the taxman. "A doubt has arisen regarding the applicability of service tax levy on roaming service provided to an international in-bound roamers, ... More

Gujarat Govt plans retail store format for fair price shops
To offer wider variety of goods & services; sport new logo More

`Female car buyers consider more models before buying'
Female shoppers cite vehicle styling as reasons for rejection, says J.D. Power survey More


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