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Tata Nano fleet in Goa

PANAJI: A fleet of nine Tata Nano cars rolled out from the Tata Motors plant at Sanand has begun a country-wide drive by prospective customers. The purpose is to tell all that the Nano is not only a town and city car, but drives more than 15,000 kms visiting 36 Indian cities, said a prospective customer Mr Manoj.

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IRDA bans over 4,000 corporate agents

HYDERABAD: The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) has said that as many as 4,261 corporate agents, out of the total 7,000 in the country, are not authorised to sell policies from March 31, this year.

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Price pressures to ease with normal monsoon

SINGAPORE: Price pressures in India will start to ease if the country gets a normal monsoon season but the central bank will further tighten monetary policy, Deputy Governor, Mr Subir Gokarn said on Tuesday.

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Dishtv boosts HD services for Goa viewers

PANAJI: With a market share of over 40 per cent and aiming at 60 per cent, Dishtv is opening a regional office in Panaji in a fortnight from now, said Mr Navid Rashid, its vice president, at the launch of its High Definition Service (Dish Tru HD) in Goa giving subscribers the opportunity to watch FIFA matches.

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CNG price rise deferred on govt dictat

NEW DELHI: The government has asked CNG retailers in the national capital and Mumbai to defer by a week the hike in CNG price that had become necessary following doubling of natural gas price.

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No hike in petrol, diesel prices for now

NEW DELHI: A ministerial group on Monday deferred a decision on freeing petrol and diesel prices from government control for want of quorum, but discussed the impact of such a move on inflation.

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RBI considering large companies to act as BCs in rural areas

MUMBAI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is considering demands of large ‘for profit’ companies with wide network in rural areas to act as business correspondents of banks. Such a position could realise significant synergy if such wider network of outlets of these companies are leveraged by the banking system.

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Global air industry sees profit, warns on Europe

BERLIN: Global airlines banished two years of economic misery with an abrupt turnaround in industry forecasts on Monday, though they were laced with a strong note of caution on Europe’s carriers.

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States fail to utilise funds meant for farm growth

NEW DELHI: Even as the central government increases allocation under the Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana (RKVY) for the current fiscal, a major chunk of the funds allocated to states during 2009-10 remains unused.

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