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Finance panel's role in public finance revamp
The Finance Commission can recommend improvements needed to correct existing deficiencies and suggest a code of conduct for sound fiscal policy and management.
Company directors face tougher times
GONE ARE the days when company directorship was considered to be a cushy job carrying prestige, power and perks with few responsibilities. Following corporate scandals in India and abroad in recent times, the law governing directors has been made ...
Web Scraping
THIS WEEK NetSpeak focuses on the concepts and issues behind the web scraping technique, a process that allows one to read and extract specific data from different web pages. Though most netizens use a browser to access a web page, as mentioned ...
Tech stocks weak on growth uncertainties
THE PAST week has witnessed negative reports on the information technology sector. Technology stocks have dived on intensified selling triggered by continuing concerns over their earnings outlook. Pricing pressures and the rising rupee have ...
Changes in the Finance Bill, 2003
QUESTION: What are the important changes made by way of amendment to the original Bill, which have now become law as Finance Act, 2003? ANSWER: There are many amendments to the draft Bill, significant or otherwise. The more ...
Telematics to go pragmatic
WHAT IS in store for the global telematics industry in 2003, following the industry shakeout in 2002? According to a review presented recently by Steve Millstein, President and CEO of Dallas-based ATX Inc., the world's leading independent ...



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