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Rajya Sabha sees the arrival of revised LLP Bill

With the motive to provide a new flexible business model for entrepreneurs and professionals engaged in trade, professional services and technology-based enterprises, a new and revised Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) Bill, 2008, was introduced by the government on Tuesday. The LLP Bill of 2006 gets replaced by this new-much awaited draft legislation.

In the Income-Tax Act, the tax structure of the new form of business would be addressed separately. Prem Chand Gupta the minister for corporate affairs, took the initiative to introduce the bill.

New study claims women prefer PC over BF

A new study is surely going to make men insecure, since this new study claims that women like spending time on computers than to spend times with their boy friends or partners.

The study brings to light that most of the women office workers spend almost three times as much time with their computers than their husbands or boyfriends. And they don't really mind it too. According to the Harris Interactive survey of 2,000 women; they in fact enjoy it.

There was only one in five women, who reported that they could spend more time with her mate. It seems that these girls were definitely using computers that run on older technology. But rest all said that they enjoy more time on their computers.

Aircel Slashes Call Rates In Tamil Nadu

Aircel Slashes Call Rates In Tamil NaduAircel, India’s fastest growing te

HerRoom.com and Wacoal extend their support to Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer

Prachi Desai & Sameer Dattani Walk The Ramp At LFW For Krishna Mehta

Prachi Desai & Sameer Dattani Walk The Ramp At LFW For Krishna Mehta  On the opening day (Oct 20) at the Gitanjali sponsored ‘Lakme Fashion Week’, Prachi Desai and Sameer Dattani added glamour to the attracting colors of the desert as Krishna Mehta unleashed her line of vibrantly hued Spring/Summer 2009 collection called ‘Sunrise in the Desert Sands’.

Showcasing a men’s and women’s pret line in lively colors including poster red, cobalt blue, yellow, green, shimmering orange and tones of violet added magic to the new collection.

Zaheer fined for his unsporting conduct

Zaheer Kahn has been fined 80% of his match fee due to his unsporting conduct, against  following the dismissal of  Australian opener Matthew Hayden.  Zaheer pleaded guilty to a charge of conduct opposing to the spirit of the game.

Zaheer was fielding when Hayden was given out LBW to spinner Harbhajan Singh. Chris Broad, the referee of the match, revealed "Zaheer circled the batsman and shouted at him in an aggressive manner." As Hayden walked out of the ground, he complained about Zaheer's indecent behavior to the square-leg umpire Rudi Koertzen.

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