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Tatas to hike stake in Tata Steel
Company's AGM passes resolutions for raising funds More

Mittal coming to perk up India plans
Steel tycoon Mr Lakshmi Niwas Mittal is expected to reach Delhi on Friday to explore new business opportunities and take stock of the company's India plans. Mr Mittal, who recently merged his steel company Mittal Steel with rival Arcelor thus ... More

PDs allowed to invest in shares
The Reserve Bank of India has allowed primary dealers (PDs) in government securities to invest in equity shares, derivatives and mutual funds, and underwrite public issues. They are also permitted to undertake non-fund based activities ... More

Sensex gains 257 points
FMCG shares in the limelight on back of good monsoon More

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Sikkim traders gung-ho over opening of Nathula Pass
$5,000 transactions likely on each trading day More

Train services, cargo handling hit in Mumbai
Offices report thin attendance More

Notification on sugar export ban causes ripples
Advance licence holders may be allowed to ship More

Weakening dollar helps gold to turn positive
Could find support from differentiated approach towards risk More

Defence demands spectrum for Wi-Max, 3G networks
Commercial operators likely to be disappointed More

Pilot project to share telecom infrastructure
Move to enable lower tariffs and better coverage More

Good monsoon bounty for FMCG sector
Analysts forecast a 20-25 per cent growth for June quarter More

Paper sector: Banking on capex plan
Top players in the domestic paper industry are known to have drafted a huge capex plan, which marketmen say will be spread over the next three or four years. This capex is to mainly finance the sector's rightsizing plans, meet environment ... More

Subhash Proj: Up on project hopes
Subhash Projects & Marketing Ltd (SPML) closed at Rs 143 on the BSE, a gain of five per cent over the previous day's close. In the last one week, the counter surged 15.75 per cent. This was on the back of expectation by select investors that the More

`Diurnal' mode helps Mumbai recover
Battering on revival of southwest monsoon More


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