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Monday, February 23, 2004
SEBI regulation can be challenged
`Unless rules are made by the Government, the Securities and Exchange Board of India cannot make its own regulations. So the regulation can be challenged in the court of law.'
Move may trigger negative fallout
POST-SEPTEMBER 11, a tested America moved to fingerprint visitors to the U.S. This drew protests from Brazil, which did a `tit-for-tat' on Americans visiting the South American nation. A decision occasioned by genuine security consideration met ...
IT relief under VRS: Bank retirees get a raw deal
WHEN THE public sector banks came out with a scheme to reduce their staff strength, they structured the financial package in such a way that they had the best of the deals. They wanted minimum impact of such payouts on their financials, sought ...
News feed sharing service
THIS WEEK's focus is on the new on-line service created to help netizens share their RSS-based news feeds with others. Active web sites/blogs publish new content snippets through RSS-based newsfeeds that can be read by newsreaders. Rather than ...
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