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Friday, March 21, 2003
Enough oil stocks to meet demand, says Naik
Contingency plan to ensure oil supplies
NEW DELHI, MARCH 20. The Government today gave an assurance that there will be no shortages of petroleum products even if supplies from Iraq are disrupted due to the war. Putting into action a contingency plan to ensure regular supplies of oil ...
Use Open Source software Sun chief
NEW DELHI, MARCH 20. "Open Source software is like lumber: you use it to create products. That's why we love Linux. But end users should stay away from it,'' advises Scott McNealy, Chairman and CEO of Sun Microsystems, the world leader in reduced ...
Tripartite agreement to clear Rs. 37,400 cr. dues of SEBs
NEW DELHI, MARCH 20. Marking a major forward movement in terms of power sector reforms, 24 States today signed a tripartite agreement with the Central Government and the Reserve Bank of India to clear dues worth Rs. 37,400 crores owed to Central ...
Sensex spurts by 72 points
MUMBAI, MARCH 20. The benchmark Bombay Stock Exchange sensitive index spurted by a whopping 71.75 points to close at 3192.93 today following hectic all round short-covering after the U.S.-led forces launched air strikes against Iraq and cut-short ...
Rupee's knee-jerk reaction to war
MUMBAI, MARCH 20. The rupee plunged against the U.S. currency today due to heavy all round dollar buying on a knee-jerk reaction to the American-led air strikes against Iraq, but ended off low following fresh exporter dollar sales after the ...
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