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Move to make foodgrain marketing more liberal
The commerce ministry plans to seek cabinet approval for a more liberal foodgrain marketing policy where exporters can compete with the Food Corporation of India (FCI) to make purchases directly from the market. ...  | Read.. 
 
Siemens net up 75% at Rs 178 cr
Effective resource management, lower cost structure and streamlining of processes helped Siemens India record a 74.91 per ce ...  | Read.. 
 
open house: The commerce ministry plans to seek cabinet approval for a more liberal foodgrain marketing policy where exporters can compete with the Fo ...  | Read
 
 
Sharp rise in tourist arrivals
After almost two gloomy years for Destination India, the travel and tourism industry has reached it..  | Read.. 
Air-India decides to buy 28 aircraft
The Air-India board today approved a plan to buy 28 aircraft from Airbus and Boeing Company at a co..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
Former Enron chief to turn over documents
Former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay must surrender documents he had tried to withhold, under an agree..  | Read.. 
 
PeopleSoft sued over refund offer
PeopleSoft Incís offer to indemnify customers in the event of a takeover by Oracle Corp will cost t..  | Read.. 
 
 
Forex kitty swells
Oil selloff