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Will it be a realistic document?
If the Government has to get a grip on public finances and even partially fulfil its responsibility to the poorest sections of the population, tough measures need to be taken, says Abhijit Roy.
Winding up of sick units: New Act to quicken process
The Companies Amendment Act, 2003 draws heavily on the relevant provisions of the Sick Industrial Companies (Special Provisions) Act, 1985, popularly known as SICCA that itself will soon be repealed.
Demand creation must for driving growth
INDIA DOES not have savings constraint. It is more weighed down by the constraint of investment productivity. To be precise, its growth ambition is bogged down by the constraint of marginal efficiency of investment, says Parthasarathi Shome, ...
IT SMEs take to productisation for survival
SMALLER PLAYERS in the software export industry should get into niche products. These words of wisdom came from Kiran Karnik, President, Nasscom. Ask any hardware manufacturer however and the difficulties involved in product manufacturing in ...
THIS week NetSpeak explores the features of a free open-source product that can be used to build resource portals. The author has come across many netizens who find it almost impossible to retrieve the right information from the web even after ...
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