All-round growth lifts GDP by 6 pc in Q1
THE country's gross domestic product (GDP) has gone up by six per cent during the first quarter of the current fiscal, marking an improvement over the 3.5 per cent growth registered during the same period last year. According to the Central ...
Global fall drags Sensex below 3,000 points
DEPRESSED global markets, mainly Nasdaq, coupled with disinvestment delays saw share prices on major bourses closing considerably lower today. The 30-share benchmark sensitive index (Sensex) of the Bombay Stock Exchange breached the ...
Software, pvt transfers boost current a/c
THE country has reported a provisional current account surplus for the third consecutive quarter, clocking a surplus of $ 325 million for the period April to June, 2002, this chiefly led by software exports and private transfers. The Reserve ...
Petrol, diesel to turn dearer
CONSUMERS will have to fork out on an average an additional 25 paise on every litre of petrol and diesel from midnight tonight. This follows the announcement made by the public sector oil marketing companies today about a marginal increase in ...
Mumbai police too are after CSE scam tainted
THE Mumbai police has informed its counterpart in Kolkata that it also wants certain individuals closely linked with the recent siphoning out of funds from the Calcutta Stock Exchange (CSE). With this, the ongoing investigation into the affairs ...
Reliance Industries net at Rs 3,243 cr; to pay 47.5 pc
RELIANCE Industries Ltd (RIL) has reported a net profit of Rs 3,243 crore for the year ended March 31, 2002 as per the audited results after the amalgamation of Reliance Petroleum Ltd with itself. The company's board today also approved 47.5 per ...
E&Y appointed Tata Fin internal auditors
ERNST & Young had been appointed the internal auditors of Tata Finance Ltd (TFL), its Chairman, Mr Ishaat Hussain, said at the company's AGM here today. Explaining this, a company official later told Business Line that Ernst & Young did ...
Raunaq Singh passes away
THE industrialist and charismatic first-generation entrepreneur, Dr Raunaq Singh, passed away at his residence here early Monday morning. He was 79. Dr Singh was till recently the Chairman of the Rs 1,700-crore Apollo Tyres. Condoling his ...
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