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Nitish waits with limited-ride ticket
Nitish Kumar’s is not an enviable job. As a Cabinet minister, he presides over a creaking, at places rusty, railway network desperately in need of funds. But as a street-smart politician he wants to be remembered as the man who delivered for the NDA ...  | Read.. 
 
Jaswant readies rate balm for debt-hobbled states
Finance minister Jaswant Singh is considering a Planning Commission proposal to cut the rate of interest charged from state ...  | Read.. 
 
Hotels seek expenditure tax relief
The government is considering a proposal to raise the threshold level for the levy of 10 per cent expenditure tax on hotels ...  | Read.. 
 
Pendse arrested in Delhi
A day after the Delhi High Court rejected former Tata Finance managing director D. S. Pendse’s anticipatory bail application ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt to retain banks’ control
Finance minister Jaswant Singh today said the government will reduce its equity stake in state-run banks but would not give ...  | Read.. 
 
Nitish Kumar gives final touches to the Railway Budget to be presented in Parliament on Wednesday. Picture by Rajesh Kumar
 
 
Grow-up nudge to small units
The Centre, in its effort to power the small scale industry (SSI), will deregulate around 30-40 res..  | Read.. 
GM charges up local subsidiary
Global automobile major General Motors Corp will invest over $ 100 million in its Indian subsidiary..  | Read.. 
 
Connectivity charges fair, says Trai
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) toady said the connectivity charges fixed by it we..  | Read.. 
 
Drive to plug power losses
Power minister Anant G. Geete today asked industry to develop and evolve a common communication pro..  | Read.. 
 
 
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