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Week ended 13 March in pictures

  • Week ended 13 March in pictures

    Week ended 13 March in pictures

  • <b>Patnaik wins trust vote</b>
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Orissa Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik won the vote of confidence in the Orissa assembly by voice vote as the opposition staged a walk-out terming the entire exercise as a "murder of democracy"

    Patnaik wins trust vote

    Orissa Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik won the vote of confidence in the Orissa assembly by voice vote as the opposition staged a walk-out terming the entire exercise as a "murder of democracy"

  • <b>B-schools to hike seats</b>
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Despite a troubled job market, which could continue for another year or more, quite a few B-schools are looking at expanding the number of seats by up to 50 per cent and also launching new programmes on their campuses

    B-schools to hike seats

    Despite a troubled job market, which could continue for another year or more, quite a few B-schools are looking at expanding the number of seats by up to 50 per cent and also launching new programmes on their campuses

  • <b>Madoff admits fraud</b>
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Disgraced Wall Street financier Bernard L Madoff was sent to jail after pleading guilty to swindling his clients of billions of dollars in a Ponzi scheme which he ran for years (Reuters)

    Madoff admits fraud

    Disgraced Wall Street financier Bernard L Madoff was sent to jail after pleading guilty to swindling his clients of billions of dollars in a Ponzi scheme which he ran for years (Reuters)

  • <b>Inflation at six-year-low</b>
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Inflation fell for the sixth consecutive week, to 2.43 per cent, the lowest in over six years, as prices of food items such as pulses, dairy products and edible oil softened further in the last week of February

    Inflation at six-year-low

    Inflation fell for the sixth consecutive week, to 2.43 per cent, the lowest in over six years, as prices of food items such as pulses, dairy products and edible oil softened further in the last week of February

  • <b>Industrial output falls again</b>
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The index of industrial production (IIP) declined for the second month in a row, the fall being 0.5 per cent in January. This is the first time in 16 years that industry shrank for two consecutive months

    Industrial output falls again

    The index of industrial production (IIP) declined for the second month in a row, the fall being 0.5 per cent in January. This is the first time in 16 years that industry shrank for two consecutive months

  • <b>Three suitors sign up for Satyam</b>
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Larsen & Toubro, Spice group and Tech Mahindra were among the bidders that completed the first step of registration to acquire the troubled Satyam Computer. The Hinduja group, which was evaluating the deal so far, decided to opt out of the race.

    Three suitors sign up for Satyam

    Larsen & Toubro, Spice group and Tech Mahindra were among the bidders that completed the first step of registration to acquire the troubled Satyam Computer. The Hinduja group, which was evaluating the deal so far, decided to opt out of the race.

  • <b>Left, regional parties launch Third Front</b>
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JS(D) supremo H D Deve Gowda hugs CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat during a rally for the launch of the Third Front at Dobbespet, about 60km from Bangalore, on Thursday

    Left, regional parties launch Third Front

    JS(D) supremo H D Deve Gowda hugs CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat during a rally for the launch of the Third Front at Dobbespet, about 60km from Bangalore, on Thursday

  • <b>Meher Pudumjee wins top honours</b>
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Thermax Chairperson Meher Pudumjee was named the Business Standard CEO of the Year for 2007-08.

    Meher Pudumjee wins top honours

    Thermax Chairperson Meher Pudumjee was named the Business Standard CEO of the Year for 2007-08.

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