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Tuesday, December 02, 2003
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BL 2501827.22 (+35.99)
BSE Sensex5160.85(+116.03)
S&P CNX Nifty1657.65 (+42.40)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.69/45.82
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Sensex tops 5100; heavy buying in tech stocks
MAJOR indices touched record highs as heavy buying in technology stocks ignited a broad-based rally. The 30-share benchmark of the Bombay Stock Exchange, the Sensex, rose to a 44-month high of 5166.56 before settling down to close the day at ... More

Jaswant assures steps to curb insider trading
THE Finance Minister, Mr Jaswant Singh, has said that the Government will take "all necessary steps" to curb insider trading. Addressing the Parliamentary Consultative Committee of his Ministry here on Monday, Mr Singh said that that the human ... More

Shareholders nod to be must for unlisted cos preferential offer
Additional disclosures must be made about the class of proposed allottees, the price or price band, the changes in shareholding pattern and control arising from the allotment. More

Block deals worth Rs 700 cr in ICICI Bank
BLOCK deals worth Rs 700 crore were witnessed in the ICICI Bank stock on Monday. This is perhaps the largest transaction to take place in one scrip on a single day. Brokers said four block deals were struck on the BSE in the first few minutes ... More

India, Pak to resume air links from Jan 1
INDIA and Pakistan on Monday not only agreed to restore normal air services between the two countries from January 1, but also decided to open each others air space to overflights by aircraft registered in either country from the same ... More

Media takes the `flight' at meeting venue
The surest sign that the talks were close to being concluded came when the hotel staff was seen carrying gift bags (from cottage industry) inside the room. More

Finance Ministry moots sell-off in NTPC — Turns down plan for 5 pc fresh equity offering
THE Finance Ministry had recently mooted disinvestment of Government equity in the wholly-owned National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) to help bridge the fiscal deficit. The proposal is in response to a recent Cabinet note mooted by the ... More


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