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Tuesday, March 21, 2006
Commodities (March 20)
Gold (per gram) Rs751
Standard Gold (10 gram) Rs8,115
Silver (per gram) Rs16.75
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs2816
Markets (March 20)
BSE Sensex10941.11(+81.07)
S&P CNX Nifty3265.65 (+31.60)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)44.45 (-0.02)


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Dell plans to double headcount
Personal computer giant Dell Inc plans to double its headcount in India to 20,000 over the next three years. It also plans to set up a hardware engineering team in the country, said the Founder and Chairman, Mr Michael Dell, in Bangalore on ... More

Deal with Air Sahara intact, says Goyal
Scotches rumours of unresolved issues More

R.R. Donnelley to acquire OfficeTiger for $250 m
No change in brand, management, staff seen More

New norms on MF issue expenses
Entry load or AMC may be asked to bear the burden More

India's `milkman' Kurien calls it a day
`Do I deserve this kind of treatment from the board?' More

EID Parry to expand sugar biz
To invest Rs 850 crore More

Buying wheat for buffer stocks may prove difficult
No plans as of now to hike MSP, says Food Secretary More

Telecom operators may get additional spectrum
Future policies to reflect convergence, says Prime Minister More

TRAI for laws to enable early convergence
`Telecom, broadcasting boundaries blurring as technology advances' More

COAI goes to tribunal against TRAI show-cause
The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) has filed an appeal with the Telecom Dispute Settlement Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) challenging the show-cause notice issued by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) for poor quality of ... More

Markets radiate optimism; metal stocks shine

Infomedia to buy publishing services co
Infomedia India Ltd today said that it would be acquiring International Typesetting and Composition, a Noida-based publishing services company with front-end in the US, for $12 million. While required funds would be met mostly from internal ... More

Morgan Stanley goes further underweight on India
`Valuations in India are now at a significant premium to the region and to the US and global markets' More

For hospital groups, it's Destination Mumbai
Health is wealth More

IT pro found murdered on Mumbai-Goa highway
Infosys urges staff to use private or state transport; to sensitise employees on personal safety More

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