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Petrol dearer by Rs 2, LPG Rs 20 — Diesel price up Re 1; kerosene untouched
THE public sector oil marketing companies on Tuesday announced an average increase in the retail price of petrol by Rs 2 per litre, diesel by Re 1 per litre and that of LPG by Rs 20 per cylinder effective midnight tonight. The ... More

Union Budget to be presented on July 8
THE Government said today that the Union Budget will be presented on July 8. An official spokesperson announced after a meeting of the Union Cabinet that the Budget session of both Houses of Parliament will commence from July 5 and Railway Budget ... More

Coal prices hiked 16.7 pc
THE Chairman of Coal India Ltd (CIL), Mr Shashi Kumar, on Tuesday announced the revision of prices of all categories/ grades of coking and non-coking coal on an average by 16.7 per cent on the existing pit-head prices. The revised prices will ... More

Nokia, Nortel set to bag BSNL contract
FINNISH technology major Nokia is all set to bag its first major contract in India by sharing a part of the world's largest tender floated by Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) for 12 million Global System for Mobile (GSM) based mobile lines with ... More

K. Raheja Developers buys 4 pc stake in Nirlon
THE K. Raheja Developers group, a leading real estate developer in Mumbai, is believed to have bought around four per cent (23 lakh shares) stake in loss-making polyester company Nirlon Ltd through stock market route. According to market ... More




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