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Therapy for tax maladies
The Kelkar panel proposals understand tax reforms not merely as tinkering the present law but as rationalisation of the fiscal system in its true sense, says S. Rajaratnam
Public sector reform: International experience
Successful reformers hardened budgets by reducing or eliminating direct subsidies, putting access to credit on a more commercial basis, strengthening regulation of PSE monopoly prices, and reducing or eliminating hidden subsidies.
THE PRESENT Domain Name System is incapable of accepting domain names with non-English language letters. NetSpeak explores attempts to internationalise the domain naming system so that netizens can use it in their own language. An impact ...
New Sonata the ultimate driver's car
HAVING STARVED of almost half a century for decent cars, not only the taste buds of Indians have been tickled for a variety in cars but also they are becoming choosy on the power options that could be available under the bonnet. India's second ...
Wonder garments from Arrow
IN HIS office in Bangalore the other day, Darshan Mehta , President of the Rs. 275-crore Arvind Brands Ltd., demonstrated to this correspondent a bit of magic. From a dropper filled with dark coffee liquor, he squirted some drops on a snow white, ...
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