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November 8, 2004

An 11-day assembly session of the state assembly began in Aizwal to deliberate on the state annual budget for 2004-05.
February 25, 2003

Indian software services industry wants the government to restore a tax benefit in the annual budget on Friday.
February 28, 2003

The Union Budget for 2003-04 proposed to sustain and encourage growth in information technology and telecom sectors.
February 28, 2003

Describing the Union budget 2003-04 as IT friendly, Nasscom expressed happiness over govt's decision to retain the full ...
July 5, 2004

The ESC also demanded abolition of sales tax on transfer of Duty Entitlement Passbook Scheme (DEPB) licences in its pre- ...
March 1, 2003

Some Indian telecom companies welcomed a cut in customs duties on capital goods, but others said they wanted more action ...
June 21, 2003

A statutory probe into the May 15 Ludhiana train fire that claimed 38 lives has not been able to trace its cause pending ...
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June 12, 2003

To provide relief to drought affected regions of Rajasthan, the North-West Railway Zone is transporting over 1.25 crores ...
March 1, 2003

If you thought that on the Budget Day, viewers were glued to their TV sets, you are wrong. Almost all talk across the le ...
June 21, 2003

38 people were charred to death when coaches of Amritsar-bound Frontier Mail from Mumbai caught fire near Ludhiana Railw ...
June 22, 2004

Finance Minister Jaswant Singh has made several people-friendly announcements in Budget 2003-04.
March 8, 2003

Budget was geared to bring back small investor to stock markets. But with markets taking a tumble, Govt isn?t likely to ...
March 6, 2003

By raising service tax from 5 to 8 pc and throwing tax net over 10 more services, Budget has made some everyday services ...
August 4, 2003

A 63-year-old Australian tourist who had come here to study Indian culture and the use of IT during the Kumbh Mela, was ...
July 25, 2003

Saibal Chatterjee looks at what lies in store for four low-budget productions releasing in August.
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