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Wednesday, October 04, 2006
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WEB EXTRAS

URBAN DEVELOPMENT
VUDA takes up work at Rushikonda IT parks
Four-laning of beach road also taken up More

COMMODITY EXCHANGES
`Futures pushing down rubber prices'
Fundamentals not reflected: CRMA More

FINANCIAL SERVICES
SCB to offer equity-linked notes to cos
Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) plans to expand its product offerings on `convertibles' through instruments such as equity-linked notes. SCB has so far not ventured into the equity side and only recently obtained regulatory approval to foray ... More

INTERNET
Internet radio on mobile phone
Users can access 100,000 radio stations around the world More

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS
Nasscom sends rep to UK to manage `sting' fallout
Nasscom today sent its representative to London to manage the fallout of a Channel 4 documentary on alleged consumer data theft from Indian call centres, to be aired on Thursday. This comes even as Nasscom officials said that they were awaiting ... More

Coffee Board Chairman, growers thrash out issues
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OUTLOOK
Rain forecast as circulation lingers over west coast
Successor system seen brewing More






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Looking back
Sep. 24-Sep. 30
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