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    `Remove connectivity hurdles'
    BSNL and private operators should form a forum to discuss various issues "The Government has given enough concessions to the private players and they should now leave Delhi and work in other places."

    3 operators oblige
    NEW DELHI: Hours after the Union Communications and Information Technology Minister, Dayanidhi Maran, asked the private cellular operators to reduce their roaming charges at the Cellular Summit 2005 here on Tuesday, the three leading private ...

    Anil Ambani asks SEBI to look into IPCL issue
    MUMBAI: Anil Ambani has asked the market regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), and the stock exchanges to look into the issue on whether Indian Petrochemical Company Ltd (IPCL) has followed the listing norms of the ...

    Tax collections fall short of target
    NEW DELHI: Tax collections in 2004-05 at Rs. 3,03,856 crores have fallen short of the revised estimate (RE) of Rs. 3,05,314 crores by a whisker, mainly on account of the scaling down of the excise duty on petroleum products and the lesser mop-up ...

    Audi launches new model in India
    Available in a three-litre multitronic engine with front wheel drive

    `7-7.5 p.c. growth likely for India'
    The rest of Asia-Pacific region is expected to grow by about 6.2 p.c. during 2005

    `Mission mode projects key to boost PC usage'
    The Government must consider a roadmap for attracting IT manufacturing investments India would be able to achieve the levels prevailing in China in the next three to four years.

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