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Monday, June 16, 2003
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Time for a reality check
Tanir Bavi: A case of bureaucratic bungling?
The Tanir Bavi case can be seen as a lesson on "how not to sign a PPA''; the deleterious consequences that follow when uninformed and disinterested civil servants enter into such deals which are then exploited by private parties.
Credit card charges or usury?
The implications of the new anti-usury ordinance in Tamil Nadu have yet to be analysed. Will banks and institutions be covered under similar Acts? Especially in the credit area where the charges are scandalously high. D. M. Mohunta gives a fac tual account.
Bull run continues
BROADBASED BUYING interest in old and new economy stocks, continuing net investments by foreign funds, expectations of good economic growth and the much awaited onset of monsoon helped the Sensex to close at a four and a half month high last ...
Bliki: A Blog with Wiki support
THIS WEEK we will examine the features of the emerging technology, bliki, which is a combination of the two popular web technologies, blogs and wiki. A weblog helps its author publish on the web his thoughts, comments on articles published ...
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