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Monday, October 11, 2004
Riding the Oil Tiger
While there is growing pessimism over global oil supplies, the Indian Government is trying to distribute the burden of the oil shock among the different stakeholders in the short term.
The burden is on economy
PETROLEUM PRICES are again on the boil. After crossing $50 a barrel on September 29 it softened a bit, only to spurt again last week. The outlook for an oil importing country like India is grim. Almost 70 per cent of the country's requirements of ...
Firefox extension modules
APART FROM being a fast and secure browser, the feature that augments the Firefox's reputation is the availability of several extension modules that amplify its power and ease of use. NetSpeak takes a quick glance at some Firefox extensions that ...
Failed bid to extend textile quota regime
The real problems faced by a number of the small economies are due to the Rules of Origin and the tariff escalations by importing markets.
Stocks firm amidst oil price fears
SUSTAINED FOREIGN inflows, fall in inflation and the good response to the initial public offer of National Thermal Power Corporation kept the stock markets alive last week. Bulls were in total command. However, spiralling global oil prices and a ...
Forcible recovery need not be unduly aggressive
QUESTION: There is a recent report of Board's instructions requiring the assessing officers to enforce collection of taxes by taking appropriate legal action including provisional attachment of properties of not only defaulting taxpayers ...
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