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G-20 favours reform of IMF, World Bank
High standards of internal management are critical

India alleges foul play in PetroKazakhstan bid
Goal posts were changed after the match started, says Aiyar

SPEL Semiconductor draws up road-map for designing
To focus on assembly and testing of integrated circuits

Export growth dips in Sept.
Trade deficit widens in April-September 2005

Stocks end flat in volatile trading
MUMBAI: Indian stocks on Monday halted a two-day losing streak and ended flat in an extremely volatile trade on the Bombay Stock Exchange, as select counters found support from foreign institutional investors amid appreciating dollar and ...

Rupee turns weak after a firm start
MUMBAI: The rupee on Monday turned weak after a firm start against the U.S. currency due to fresh dollar demand on concern over slowdown in foreign funds inflow into the domestic stock market. The rupee on the interbank foreign exchange market ...

Imation's Indian subsidiary
NEW DELHI: The U.S.-based storage company Imation on Monday announced the formal launch of its Indian subsidiary with a clear goal of doing all it can to emerge as the number one player in the market. The Indian subsidiary of Imation has been ...

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TRAI concerned over rising congestion
NEW DELHI: TRAI on Monday expressed concern over the rising level of congestion among the cellular mobile operators, saying this was affecting the quality of services throughout the country. "As per the regulation, the benchmark for the ...

Cisco President to visit India
BANGALORE: John Chambers, President and CEO of Cisco Systems, will meet ministers, senior government officials, leaders of Indian industry, key Indian customers and partners during his visit to India from October 19-21. He will visit Delhi, ...

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