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New options to expand?
Foreign banks, some with a long presence in the country will have new opportunities to grow. Will such growth come through branches or a subsidiary? Hopefully the forthcoming credit policy statement will lead the debate further, says C. R. L. Nara simhan.
Psychometric tests gain new importance
SHORTENED RECRUITMENT cycle time and appraisal processes have assumed importance for companies, both in terms of financial implications and HR policies. Given the high attrition rates, it has become imperative that companies hire candidates with ...
Mundra Port sets new benchmarks
Mundra is the nearest deep water port for the vast hinterland of Northern, Western and Central India, which contributes more than 42 per cent of the country's trade.
HAL changing fortunes
HINDUSTAN AERONAUTICS Limited, or simply HAL, is India's largest wholly public sector undertaking with a 2001-02 turnover of over Rs. 2,700 crores. Most of this consists of work for the Indian Air Force, but it also includes export of components ...
NETIZENS GENERALLY encounter a number of problems in the use of computer hardware as well as software. This columnist receives many letters from readers seeking help to clear their doubts. But, if you face any trouble with the system, instead ...
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