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|March 28, 2006|
India 40th, US tops in network readiness
India stands 40th in 'network readiness' in the world, having slipped from the 39th spot it held last year. However, it is above China (50th) and Pakistan (67th) and Sri Lanka (83rd).
Now US radiology jobs for India
With a large pool of well-trained doctors and high-tech infrastructure, India is fast emerging as a tele-radiology hub.
No time like now to buy a PC!
Celebrity endorsements, customised features, flexible payment options... The personal computer market is seeing a surge of sudden activity. Why?
Why Essel Propack is a hot bet
As more drug companies seek to use minitubes instead of metal tubes and demand for FMCG products rises, Essel Propack has a twin growth propeller.
|March 27, 2006|
BOC India, a good long-term bet
BOC India's business seems to be on a strong footing thanks to the expansion in the steel sector.
Good time to buy oil stocks?
Lack of government initiative to resolve the oil price and the subsidy issue threatens not only the near-term earnings but also the long-term survival of state-owned oil companies.
Wealth creation, India Inc way!
The market value of listed companies of India Inc hit Rs 29.11 trillion on March 24, 2006
The next big outsourcing story?
Outsourced product development company R Systems has the potential to post explosive growth, as this business segment is estimated to grow 20 times over the next couple of years.
|March 24, 2006|
All about Templeton India Equity Income Fund
Powered by its investment style and a unique diversification edge, the fund can add value to the investor's portfolio.
Surf Reliance, talk Hutch
A series of "worldmode" phones launched internationally should soon be here which will allow you too seamlessly switch between CDMA and GSM platforms.
The milkman who always knocked twice
Has the Indian cooperative movement been unfair to its most vocal champion by throwing him out of the Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation?
|March 23, 2006|
Retired? Some GREAT investment plans
If you are already retired, what you really need is a retirement solution. Read on…
Beware, consumer whiplash!
A booming economy has, in its wake, also brought about the very painful realisation about the woeful inadequacy of physical infrastructure in the country.
Are tax reforms on the right path?
Parthasarathy Shome, one of the world's top tax experts, explains the natural ceiling to the pace of India's tax reforms.
Sameer Nair, game maker
From selling burgers and chicken rolls to being the most influencial person in popular television entertainment, Sameer Nair, the recently named CEO of Star Entertainment, has had a rather circuitous journey.
The rise of India's media barons
The Indian media and entertainment scene is sizzling with success stories. What's the secret?
|March 21, 2006|
India to outsource visa processing
In 2005, 3915324 foreigners (nearly 4 million) visited India. The foreign tourist inflow brought in Rs 25,172 crore in forex
The Sensex journey: 1,000 to 11,000!
Strong portfolio investments and flow of good news lifted the BSE Sensex to touch an all-time high of 11,001.50.
Small B: Rocking India's ad industry
After three back-to-back blockbusters, Abhishek Bachchan is every big banner's darling, and the future face of the advertising industry.
The EMI generation
The boom in consumer loans is certainly not bothering banks as they have confidence in their risk assessment models.
|March 20, 2006|
The incredible ETF
ETFs (Exchange Traded Funds), have already become extremely popular investment vehicles in developed markets, though back home they are yet to make any tangible headway.
|March 13, 2006|
Can Reliance Communications beat Bharti?
RCVL may be closing in on Bharti in terms of size. But, the market still values RCVL at two-thirds of Bharti, possibly because it is less efficient.
|March 07, 2006|
The five faces of Genius
Here are some creative thinking styles to succeed in business.
How to value your brand
You want a valuation done for your brand. But unless you can separate out the brand from the rest of your business, you can't value it. How do you do that? Here's help. . .