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aturday April 28, 2007


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                                                                                                                   From, April 22, 2007 to April 28, 2007 

More To Dance Than Movements

Leela Mohanty takes pride in promoting the Debaprasad Das style of Odissi.

Mix Of Action, Adventure And Romance

Karl Urban returns to pick up the sword once again for `Pathfinder,' which opens today.

Inflation Target Is Only A `Self-Imposed, Informal Mandate'

It is not like we are aiming for the moon, it is something we have achieved on an average in the last four years.

Cuban Foreign Minister Felipe Perez Roque

Interview with Felipe Perez Roque, Cuba's Foreign Minister.

Financial Statements Have Become Unintelligible To Lay Readers

Three out of four CFOs (chief financial officers) say that companies should send to shareholders soft copies of financial statements, rather than the printed booklets.

Interview: Dr. Srikumar Banerjee, Director, Barc

Interview with Dr. Srikumar Banerjee, Director, BARC.

Valuations Need To Be Transparent, Reliable And Fair

Valuation of intangible and other corporate assets has become a multi-disciplinary academic and professional stream.

"The Goal Is To Moderate Inflation Without Affecting Growth"

Union Finance MinisterP. Chidambaramshares his assessment of the current trends in the economy and the performance of the UPA Government at the Centre.

A Significant Success

"Before the jubilation," said Avinash Chander, Programme Director, Agni-III, "there were times we had heart attacks."

Interview: Avinash

Interview with Avinash Chander, Director, Advanced Systems Laboratory, and Programme Director, Agni-III mission.

Ask Shahnaz

Wash your face only twice a day with soap. After washing, mix rose water and lemon juice in equal quantities and apply it on the face, washing it off after 15 minutes.

‘Bush Is Going Down Because There Is This Talk Of Threatening Iran. . ..

Hello, and welcome to Walk the Talk. I’m Shekhar Gupta. Let me tell you one thing.

End Of Chirac Era

John Leicester on what's so exciting about the French presidential poll. ...

'Compliance Is A Growth Driver'

It governance is a critical area of corporate governance for today’s organisations — the use of IT for corporate-wide governance, as well as the governance of IT itself.

‘After Consumer Credit, Rural Lending Is The Next Big Opportunity’

From the 10th floor of the ICICI Bank building in the Bandra-Kurla Complex in Mumbai, the bank’s managing director and chief executive officer K.V. Kamath can a large expanse of urban India the target set for the bank to borrow from and lend to.

Pandit Jasraj

Vocalist and doyen of the Mewati gharana launches the first Indian Music Academy.

'When I Say It, I Mean It. I Really Had No Choice. They Fielded Strangers.'

Widely regarded as one of India's better performing chief ministers, 69-year-old Sheila Dikshit has been applauded for initiating schemes that have made her a darling of Delhi's middle class.

`Expect Firmer Cement Prices On Supply Gap'

India Cements has posted a net profit of Rs 139 crore in the fourth quarter against Rs 24 crore in the corresponding quarter the previous year.

'India To Be A Content Source For Us'

For Wiley Publication, India not only represents a huge market but also a large content source.

In India, Taxes Add 20-25% To The Cost Of Computers

The phasing out of CST as a precursor to GST should also give a boost to the industry and benefit customers since it could cut down the costs of sourcing and distribution significantly.

"There Is A Severe Shortfall Of Public Health Professionals"

CardiologistK. Srinath Reddyexplains the aims and tasks of the Public Health Foundation of India, which he heads. Excerpts from a recent interview:

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