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India's former telecoms minister, A Raja, is charged with conspiracy, forgery and fraud in connection with a multi-billion dollar corruption scandal.
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MPs say there needs to be more competition between the major high street banks
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Catherine Burns examines how car insurance companies use job titles to work out how risky potential new clients are.
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Roaming rip-off?
02 Apr 2011 2:00:11
Will it get cheaper to use mobile devices abroad?
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The UK does not have the conditions for a competitive retail banking sector, a Treasury Committee report says.
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Risky business
01 Apr 2011 2:40:50
How your job affects your car insurance premium.
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The US clothing chain American Apparel has said there is "substantial doubt" it can continue as a going concern.
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More than 600 square miles of Sussex and Hampshire countryside officially becomes national park
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US jobs; The bad news
01 Apr 2011 8:08:15
Good news on the face of it - but it's only half the real story.
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The Daily Sport and Sunday Sport have ceased publication and will go into administration, their owner has said.
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Golf business around the Masters
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One of Britain's champion magnolia trees, a 24-metre high 'Diva' at Westonbirt arboretum, is providing one of its best flowering displays in decades.
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With forecasts suggesting air passenger numbers will more than double by 2030, airports look set to play a bigger role in the future of cities.
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US exchanges Nasdaq and ICE mounted a $11.3bn bid for NYSE Euronext, in competition with a bid from Deutsche Boerse.
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Global investment in clean energy projects saw a big increase last year, a World Economic Forum report says.
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In a moving and madly viral video last year, composer Eric Whitaker led a virtual choir of singers from around the world. He talks through the creative challenges of making music powered by YouTube, and unveils the first 2 minutes of his new work, "Sleep," with a video choir of 2,052. The full piece premieres April 7 (yes, on YouTube!).
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Internet car buying company Webuyanycar.com bought cars for hundreds of pounds less than the original valuation, says a regulator.
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The US unemployment rate fell to a new two-year low in March of 8.8%, from 8.9% in February, official figures show.
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Global issue
01 Apr 2011 2:33:42
Nuclear safety is 'no longer a national responsibility'
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UK manufacturing grew at its slowest pace for five months in March, a survey says, as a slowdown in consumer spending hits demand.
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China's corruption-hit top football league begins a new season without a main sponsor or a national TV deal.
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Swing low
01 Apr 2011 1:24:11
Global golf industry faces economic challenges
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Unemployment among the 17 EU countries that make up the eurozone falls below the 10% barrier, according to the latest statistics
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Internet car buying company Webuyanycar.com bought cars for hundreds of pounds less than the original valuation, a regulator says.
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German energy giant RWE takes legal action against the state of Hesse after being ordered to close a nuclear power plant.
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