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Monday, April 01, 2002
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New code can plug loopholes
The existing legal framework has not been sufficient to bring about the desirable changes in the regulation and punishment of economic crimes, say C. R. L. Narasimhan and Oommen A. Ninan.
A paradigm shift
THE INDIAN entertainment has witnessed phenomenal changes sector after it was granted `industry' status by the Government last year. Several announcements and measures have been taken to boost the prospects of the industry. The granting of ...
Budget 2002: Expectations belied
YASHWANT SINHA's Central budget proposals for 2002-03 have been received with great disappointment in industry and stock market circles and by the investing public. These proposals have also come in for sharp criticism from political leaders and ...
Finance Bill: Changes in procedural law
QUESTION: What are the changes brought about in procedural law as regards returns and assessments by the Finance Bill, 2002? ANSWER: There have been a number of changes as regards assessment procedure. Return through electronic ...
This week Netspeak looks at a couple of new e-mail services and one interesting project in which anyone with an e-mail address can participate. EasyMail An e-mail client with SMTP support: When you send an e-mail using an e-mail client ...
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