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Wednesday, July 05, 2006
Commodities (July 03 at close)
Gold (per gram) Rs870
Silver (per gram) Rs18.65
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs3,395
Markets (July 04)
BSE Sensex10662.22(-33.04)
S&P CNX Nifty3138.65(-12.30)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.02 (-0.04)

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`Pay up tax on high value deals'
We will reach those hiding sooner or later, warns Chidambaram More

Interest in ultra power projects fading
Over 45 prospective bidders opted out of the race for two projects More

Kyocera plans CDMA handsets in India through Flextronics
The company may engage Flextronics' Indian unit to manufacture CDMA handsets on a contract basis. More

Maruti 800 back in limelight
Shows big drive after a period of stagnation More

Major airlines hike fuel surcharge
Domestic air travel will become a bit more expensive from July 7, as Jet Airways, Air Sahara, Indian, and Air Deccan, on Tuesday announced that they were increasing the fuel surcharge being levied on domestic air travel from Rs 300 to Rs ... More

SEBI set to revise registration fees after 9 years
Details of market entities category being worked out More

Reliance seeks royalty waiver on `rural' handsets
Pressure mounts on Qualcomm to make entry-level sets cheaper More

`Global entertainment, media industry to grow at 6.6% CAGR'
Expansion of broadband households to spur growth More

GEAC defers decision on Bt brinjal trials
Final verdict likely to be given later this month More

TTK Prestige: Up on performance hopes
The stock of TTK Prestige is being touted as a good investment bet and to be accumulated at declines. The stock has gained 12 per cent since last week. TTK, which has repositioned itself as a kitchen solutions company, is the only one in this ... More

SBI: Banking on subsidiaries
State Bank of India, which was in the news on Tuesday for issuing dividend, is also being talked of as being an attractive buy once its subsidiaries go to the market to raise money. Analysts are of the view that there will be value unlocking ... More

Steel stocks betting on numbers
Shares of steel companies have been on the rise of late on expectation of robust numbers for the first quarter of current year , say marketmen. According to analysts, given the periodic hike in steel prices, steel companies such as SAIL, ... More

Left plans weeklong stir against price rise
The four Left parties supporting the UPA Government stated again on Tuesday that the Government was not adhering to the National Common Minimum Programme (NCMP) or the concerns of the Left and shedding crocodile tears over the spiralling price ... More

Rains unrelenting, depression holds
The deep depression over land held itself together overnight, and moved west from its perch over Cuttack to lie over Raipur on Tuesday morning, generating heavy downpour all across. The system is likely to move west-northwest and cause ... More


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