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Govt to offload stake in Maruti, BHEL by fiscal-end
WITH a buoyant stock market and foreign institutional investors reiterating their confidence in the India story, the Government has decided to expedite the proposed sale of a part of its holding in Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) and exit ... More

Sensex slides 85
SHARE prices continued to slide for the second day this week with investors booking profits across the board. The Sensex shed another 85.67 points and slipped below the crucial 6,250-level and closed at 6,222.87. The Nifty also slipped below the ... More

Mukesh Ambani steals the show at pre-Budget meet
THE presence of the Reliance Industries Chairman, Mr Mukesh Ambani, at the pre-budget meeting with the Finance Minister, Mr Chidambaram, and his subsequent separate meetings with the Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Dr Rakesh Mohan, and ... More

Private shipyards riding on freight market boom
SIZE does matter — at least as far as the Indian shipbuilding industry is concerned. While the big public sector shipyards in the country are smarting under a frail order book position, their smaller counterparts in the private sector that ... More

RIL buys 3.12 lakh shares on day 2
MUMBAI: Reliance Industries on Tuesday bought 3.12 lakh shares from the market as part of its buyback programme. According to stock exchanges data, Reliance purchased shares at an average price of Rs 529.58 per share and the total ... More

Shipyard stocks don't reflect upbeat mood
THE stock prices of the private sector shipyards, however, have not been reflecting the upbeat mood in the shipbuilding market. While the ABG Heavy Industries stock registered a 9.86 per cent fall from Rs 58.80 to Rs 53 in the last seven days, ... More

EPF members can opt for new pension scheme
ALL members of the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) can also participate in the new pension scheme announced by the Government. Though the scheme is primarily for Central Government employees who have joined the public services after January 1, ... More

Want to choose a cell tariff? Click TRAI
IF you are confused about choosing the right tariff package for your mobile connection then the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) is here to the rescue. The telecom regulator, along with the Tata Energy Research Institute, has ... More

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