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India likely to produce over 1,000 million kg of tea

NEW DELHI: India is likely to cross the 1,000-million-kg mark in tea production this financial year and exports of the commodity are expected to grow by 5-10 percent, Tea Board of India Chairman Basudeb Banerjee said here Monday. “For this financial year, we expect the production to be 1,000 million kg or it can be even more than that,” Banerjee said.

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Samsung unveils new monitor

NEW DELHI: Samsung Electronics, the leader in Digital Technology today introduced its new Multi-Function Monitor (MFM) for the Indian market. The new MFM monitor expands the range of Samsung LCD monitors available in the Indian market and represents the perfect blend of performance and elegance in design.

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TTML achieves 12% growth

PANAJI: Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited (TTML) total subscriber base stood at 13 million – an increase of 73.5 per cent over the previous year. TTML’s rest of Maharashtra circle has crossed 7.8 million wireless subscribers, and TTML is now the 2nd largest operator in this geography.

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Agents’ sins of omission and commission

Last time we said that there are two types of wrongdoings of an agent against which SEBI can protect the investor : providing wrong information about the financial product to the investor and charging unfair fee for his services to the investor. How and how far can SEBI protect the investor against these wrongdoings ?

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Building Up on Thimpu Start

BY MONISH TOURANGBAM
AFTER much media speculation, the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart, Mr Yousuf Raza Gilani did finally meet on the sidelines of the 16th Summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation in Thimpu, Bhutan.

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Political Use of Census

THE national Census of India does not recognise racial or ethnic groups within India, but accepts the existence of caste groups like Scheduled Castes and Tribes. However Free India would have its first caste-based census in 2011 with the UPA government bowing to pressure from the OBC lobby.

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Rot in Higher Education

INSTITUTIONS of higher learning in India are plagued by corruption. It is indeed shocking that in times when the thrust has been on expanding and strengthening higher education in India, the institutions entrusted with the task have miserably failed in carry out the responsibility.

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