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Tuesday, July 04, 2006
Commodities (July 03 at close)
Gold (per gram) Rs870
Silver (per gram) Rs18.65
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs3,395
Markets (July 03)
BSE Sensex10695.26(+86.01)
S&P CNX Nifty3150.95(+22.75)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.09 (+0.03)

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Govt cuts duties on SAFTA imports
380 tariff lines covered under trade liberalisation programme More

Rains force Mumbai to pack up early
BrihanMumbai Municipal Corporation cautions heavy rains over the next 48 hours More

PM assures shares to NLC staff
Employees not enthusiastic, call indefinite strike from today More

EU tightens basmati import norms
DNA testing, `authenticity certification' made mandatory More

SAIL plans SC/ST quota in selection of dealers
The Ministry of Steel has decided to introduce quota system in selection of dealers for State-owned steel companies. The Minister for Steel, Mr Ram Vilas Paswan, has directed SAIL to implement the quota system for members of Scheduled Castes ... More

Net telephony usage outpaces the long distance market

Reliance lowers select STD call rates to 40 p/minute
Hello Capital plan links State capitals, only on land lines More

Honda plans Rs 3,000-cr investment in India
`Seriously studying' options to enter compact car market More

`SMBs may spend $1.2 b on Net infrastructure'
Govt initiatives supportive; retail sector biggest spender: Study More

Poultry team for West Asia to allay bird flu fears
To press for lifting of import ban on poultry products More

Public sector driving IT spend in APAC: IDC
China, India to expand e-governance, lead push for ICT adoption More

Indian markets are still expensive: Mark Mobius
India is about 20 times versus 14 for emerging markets on P/E basis More

Markets begin on positive note; remain range-bound

Suryalata Spinning: Drawing attention
Is Suryalata Spinning a subject of quiet accumulation? On Monday, the stock finished 7 per cent up on the BSE at Rs 60.10. According to the dealers, a set of punters are understood to have focused attention on the stock after improvement in its ... More

Navin Fluorine: Losing ground?
Navin Fluorine International stock continued to drift downward even as the company moved towards generating and trading carbon credit. A section of market players is understood to be selling in absence of clarity regarding actual financial ... More

Bay system blows in as cyclone
Mumbai rainfall peak by Wednesday More

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