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Air travel to become cheaper
At a time when some global aviation giants are in a tailspin and others are nose-diving into bankruptcy shelters, Jet Airways is ready to take off with a scheme that cuts fares to levels that will lure more first-time fliers and leave its rivals flu ...  | Read.. 
 
Bill to broker VAT peace
Finance minister Jaswant Singh will introduce a Bill tomorrow that will place services on the concurrent list and give the s ...  | Read.. 
 
BoB brings down lending rates
Bank of Baroda (BoB) today announced realignment of deposit rates. The prime lending rate (PLR) was reduced by 0.25 per cent ...  | Read.. 
 
China’s loss means India’s gain
The SARS scare may end up bringing part of the Chinese share in world trade India’s way. Indian exporters claim that some es ...  | Read.. 
 
Insurance twins in Lankan pact
General Insurance Corporation, the national reinsurer, is close to signing a memorandum of understanding with Life Insurance ...  | Read.. 
 
Goyal: Sky’s the limit
 
 
Borrowers on even keel in loan code
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today released a manual that sets out the things lenders should ide..  | Read.. 
Limping Bata tries to walk on ‘send-off’ crutch
Shoe-major Bata India Limited (BIL) has slashed its production by 60 per cent and introduced a ‘sen..  | Read.. 
 
Dabhol owners hold fire
The promoters of Dabhol Power Company, beleaguered US energy giant Enron Corporation, and the Mahar..  | Read.. 
 
 
Direct tax collection up 20%
Jessop selloff
BSES loan
Amex V-P