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Monday, March 20, 2006
Commodities (March 18)
Gold (per gram) Rs750
Standard Gold (10 gram) Rs8,095
Silver (per gram) Rs16.65
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs2823
Markets (March 17)
BSE Sensex10860.04(-18.70)
S&P CNX Nifty3234.05 (+7.45)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)44.47 (+0.04)


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ECBs by Indian cos may cross $15 b this fiscal
Domestic fund raising too going on at hectic pace More

Disclosure norms for insurance cos on cards
`Transparency would prevent manipulation of accounts' More

`Bring more oil outlets under third party norm'
Oil marketing companies have been asked to bring more number of retail outlets under third party certification. This is one of the measures being suggested by Mr Murli Deora, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, to ensure the quality ... More

SEBI's rating plan fails to lure IPO cos
Of more than 40 IPOs likely to hit the market, only 4 cos have taken the test exercise More

Look who's on your TV screen...
It's now `ad time' for astrologers, marriage bureaus et al More

Infrastructure: Removal of tax exemption defended
Decision in keeping with Govt intention to finetune I-T laws More

Hot money flow overcomes all odds
This week broader indices may out-perform if the benchmarks remain steady More

Reliance NFO proves MFs can reach out to masses
`What now needs to be ensured is directing more resources towards consumer education' More

Bearish undertone could keep crude range-bound
End of winter, refineries' shutdown in US, Europe the key More

SAIF earmarks 20% of fund for India
To look into media, manufacturing also More

Show-cause: Cellular players want new TRAI board to decide
The Cellular Operator's Association of India (COAI) has blamed the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) of having a predetermined mind in taking action against the companies which had failed to adhere to the quality of service norms. ... More

Selling India: A look at the complete picture
Export-related direct tax concessions for software parks and export-oriented zones can are demonstrably good value for money. If sympathetically implemented, they will make a big difference to our level of export earnings. More

Bird flu scare impacting egg, chicken market
`Poultry farmers will land in dire straits' More




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