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S. P. S. Pannu
New Delhi, October 25, 2010
The finance ministry has refused to budge from the issue of reducing excise duties on branded fuels like Indian Oil's XtraPremium and XtraMile and Bharat Petroleum's Speed.

Vijai Mantri
November 25, 2010
While restructuring your portfolio, redefine your financial goals and draw a plan based on your life stage. Asset allocation is an important aspect of the rebalancing exercise.

Shimla, October 20, 2010
Agriculture Produce Market Committees and State Agricultural Marketing Boards have been included in the list of institutions eligible for income tax exemption under the proposed Direct Taxes Code Bill.

Mumbai, October 18, 2010
The vehicle and locomotive bodies' manufacturer, which has raised Rs 172 crore through its IPO, had entered the market with a price band of Rs 125 to Rs 127 a share.

Kushan Mitra
October 13, 2010
The 80-year-old Osamu Suzuki is back at the helm of Suzuki Motor Co, or SMC, which holds a majority stake in Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, or MSIL.

New Delhi, October 12, 2010
The response is a reflection of the market confidence in the underlying performance and outlook of the Group, CFO C Ramakridhnan said.

Rishi Joshi
October 12, 2010
Hamish McDonald's latest book on the Ambanis is engrossing fare but, at the core, it is an updated version of the banned 'The Polyester Prince', says Rishi Joshi.

E. Kumar Sharma
October 9, 2010
Indian pharma companies are targeting generic versions of biotech-based drugs, which can slash treatment costs for killer diseases like cancer.

Puja Mehra
October 9, 2010
Pranab Mukherjee's stewardship is missed at the North Block, 18 months into his tenure. He's been busy but not as the country's finance minister.

T.V. Mahalingam
October 9, 2010
How the founders of Emami are ensuring a smooth transition to the next generation across two families.

Rajesh Shukla
October 9, 2010
Urban residents are the most educated: around 51 per cent of households in the top 20 cities have at least one graduate in a household, against just 15 per cent in the villages.

Arvind P. Datar
October 9, 2010
There is no purpose in having a new code whose shelf life is going to be very limited. We are better off with the old Act, despite its frequently amended provisions

S. P. S. Pannu
New Delhi, October 8, 2010
The Comptroller and Auditor General's office is clearly not going to be browbeaten by the fresh controversy sparked by the A. Rajaheaded department of telecommunications (DoT) over the powers and duties conferred on CAG under Article 149 of the Constitution.

Narayan Krishnamurthy
January 21, 2010
Conventional images of the retired would have them pruning roses, playing golf, sipping tea or strolling by the seaside. But we might not be able to lead such a leisurely life after retirement unless we have planned wisely.

Rahul Sachitanand
September 29, 2010
With outsourcing on the rebound, the Indian IT and BPO industry is in the midst of an ambitious transformation. Rahul Sachitanand joins the dots.

September 29, 2010
A rash of players - old and new, big and small - is chalking out plans to add huge capacities, but not all projects will see the light of day.

Arvind P. Datar
October 29, 2010
Instead of replicating the old Act, we should focus on executing the existing laws.

New Delhi, September 10, 2010
Industrial growth accelerates to 13.8 per cent in July from 7.2 per cent in the corresponding month last year, on the back of a 63 per cent jump in capital goods production.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, August 31, 2010
India wants to simplify its direct tax laws, mainly its Income Tax Act, which is now nearly 50 years old. The government wants a modern tax code in step with the needs of an fast-growing economy.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, August 31, 2010
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee on Monday introduced the Direct Taxes Code ( DTC) Bill in the Lok Sabha, which fell far short of the sweeping reforms promised in the draft version of the Bill.

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