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Deccan Herald » Economy & Business
Browsers biz is heating up  
The browser, that porthole onto the broad horizon of the Web, is about to get some fancy new features. Soon, after three years of development and six months of public testing, Mozilla, the insurgent browser developer that rose from the ashes of Netscape, will release Firefox 3.0. It will offer a few tricks that could change the way people organise and find the sites they visit most frequently.
Major hotel chains join the boutique craze  
Technically speaking, the word boutique has not been a good fit for the hotel industry ever since companies started pairing it with the word brand.
Creating strategies to leverage service  
In todays business environment, it is important to focus on your core skills and let the experts assist you with support. It works somewhat like this; as a manufacturer your expertise is in creating products for your market. But you dont run the office canteen, do you?
File income tax returns online without fear  
The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax - Albert Einstein. There are millions of tax payers in India who are, probably, in agreement with the above statement. They are grappling to decode the income tax laws of the country.
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Why did Bangalore’s Royal Challengers fail to make an impact at the Indian Premier League matches? What should Mallya and Dravid do to improve the team’s performance next year? DH had invited readers’ opinion on the issue. While many of our readers believe that all that is required is better team spirit and more practise, others opined that the team was only fit to play test cricket. They felt that revamping the team with young players and adopting a new stratergy was the way forward.
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