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Sensex takes a knock, swings 200 points in volatile trading
PROFESSIONAL fund managers and equity analysts have begun to advise caution now that stock indices have risen out of their deep troughs to all-time highs. The small-scale investor, however, appears to have begun punting in right earnest at the ... More

ONGC, GAIL public offers open on March 10
THE public offer for sale of the Government's 10 per cent equity each in exploration firm Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and gas transmission company GAIL (India) is slated to be opened for subscription from March 10 to 16. The merchant ... More

eBay bids for Indian foray with Baazee buy?
THE world's largest person-to-person trading community on the Internet eBay Inc is eyeing local online auctioneer Baazee.com for a possible buy-out in its bid to foray into India. Informed sources said both the companies had a few round of ... More

Cellular subscriber base at 28.19 million in Dec
THE cellular subscriber base in the second month of the unified access service licence regime has 1.69 million additions in December 2003 with the total number of mobile customers crossing 28.19 million across the country. As per the latest ... More

PC sales cross 1 m in first half
SALES of personal computers (PC) in the country rose 32 per cent in the first half of this fiscal to cross a record one million units as industries such as telecom and banking and Government went on a computerisation drive. Total PC sales in ... More

Foodgrain stocks at 5-year low; exports likely to be hit
FOODGRAIN stocks in the central pool have dipped to 254.48 lakh tonnes (lt) as on December 1, a five-year-low for this date. It virtually signals the end of the party for export of grains from the country, more so in an election year when the ... More

Steve won't say Waugh MRF for long
THE end of the international career of Steve Waugh, the celebrated Australian cricketer, may also see the end of his sporting endorsements in India. MRF, which roped in Waugh for a series of commercials and for the logo emblazoned on his bat, ... More




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