Money Today Archive July 15, 2007 Issue

Edition: July 15, 2007

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Bharti, Hutch hike rates

The two operators have also increased local SMS rates to Rs 1.20 per message for all users, both prepaid and postpaid, from Re 1 earlier.
  • Beat jet lag This can put you out of action - or, at least, keep you at sub-optimal levels of functionality - for a day or two after a long flight. Fortunately, though, you can take measures to prevent it or reduce its impact.
  • Letter from the Editor We bring to lifestyle coverage the same painstaking research and due diligence that has made Business Today India’s No 1 business magazine.
  • The home bar essentials Guests have this bad habit of popping up at strange times and often have strange demands. So, at any given point in time, your bar should be stocked well-enough to cater to most tastes.
  • The glass files Serving a classy single-malt in a cheap glass completely ruins the effect. A good home bar should have enough types of glasses to cover every major type of drink. Here are the standard glasses and a few special ones that you should have at home.
  • The A-Z of fragrance etiquette Yes, there are rules for wearing colognes and perfumes as well. But they’re simple and quite easy to follow.
  • The best fall fragrances Here's a selection of some new fragrances that are making heads turn this season.
  • Entertain yourself Big-screen TVs, game consoles and home-theatre systems — home entertainment is a lot more than just staring at a television for hours on end. It is about having fun, but now fun is available in crystal-clear highdefinition with 7.1 surround sound and in massive screen sizes.
  • Standing out in a black suit Does the classic formal look leave you bored? We'll tell you how to jazz up the orthodox look.
  • Tourism's Experiential Entrepreneurs

    A band of new age entrepreneurs is delivering on the Incredible India promise by offering 'experiential' tourism in exotic locales. And foreigners are lapping it up.

  • Trade Tangle

    Six key members of the World Trade Organization-the US, EU, Brazil, India, Japan and Australia-have failed to take forward the Doha round of world trade talks. The trade ministers met in New Delhi in the second week of April. In a joint statement, the countries agreed to set a new timeline for completing the talks, which they said they aim to finish by the end of this year. Here's a review of trade talks, the hurdles, and what's ahead.

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