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Monday, September 19, 2005
Nokia eyes Asian markets
The company owes its leadership to product innovation and aggressive marketing
Accounting system "lacks accountability"
Chartered accountants not interested in research, says Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman "Chartered accountants are not interested in investing in research"
Many alternatives in portable Office suites
A web-based version enables one to retrieve/edit documents from any computer
IT Act being hotly debated
Classification of portals, ISPs and cyber cafes as `intermediaries' controversial The recommended changes have led to several dilemmas and questions. Experts feel that pressing cyber issues such as spam and spyware should have found a mention.
Can constitutionality of FBT be challenged?
It has been widely canvassed that Fringe Benefit Tax (FBT) is violative of the Constitution and is bound to be struck down. Is there any such prospect? FBT does appear to be vulnerable even as canvassed in different quarters. One such ...
The fuel of the future
Bio-diesel is expected to meet 20 per cent of India's diesel requirement
Regulatory concerns must be even handed
UBS episode exposes SEBI's organisational weakness
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