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Wednesday, September 28, 2005
Markets (Sept 27)
BL 2502412.11 (+23.36)
BSE Sensex8525.52 (+46.61)
S&P CNX Nifty2574.85 (+17.50)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)44.00/44.12
Gold Std (10 gm)6665 (+50)


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Sensex ends at new high of 8,525; volatility continues
STOCK prices continued to surge for the second day in a row with BSE Sensex closing at all-time high in a highly volatile trading session. The BSE Sensex opened firm in the morning and touched the day's high of 8,585.76 and closed the day at ... More

No widespread probe; manipulation will not be allowed: Chidambaram
He said the present robust stock market is a reflection of healthy economy. More

MCX plans Rs 330-cr IPO
MCX will be the world's third commodity exchange and India's first exchange to be listed. More

Sept 30 is deadline set for telecom officers to get absorbed in PSUs
THE Department of Telecom has approached engineers from Army Corps and retired officers from Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd to take over the operations of BSNL and MTNL in case the Indian Telecom Services (ITS) officers refuse to be permanently ... More

Changing the old face of Mumbai
The chimney of Jupiter mill being demolished at Elphinstone road in Mumbai on Tuesday. The 11-acre mill land, which was purchased by financial services firm Indiabulls for Rs 276 crore in March, is likely to house a brand new IT park, the first ... More

Haryana not to allow some BPOs to hire women on night shifts
A few ITES companies operating from Haryana will not be allowed to deploy women on the night shift, as the firms have not fulfilled `certain legal provisions and procedures' required for an exemption to a clause that prohibits women from working ... More

India's vote against Iran will not derail pipeline project, says Aiyar
THE Petroleum Minister, Mr Mani Shankar Aiyar, said on Tuesday that India's vote against Iran at the International Atomic Energy Agency will not affect the $22-billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) supplies from that country or the proposed ... More




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