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Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Commodities (July 11)
Gold (per gram) Rs883
Silver (per gram) Rs18.80
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs3,362
Markets (July 11)
BSE Sensex10614.35(-69.95)
S&P CNX Nifty3116.15 (-25.85)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.21 (+0.11)

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Train blasts rock Mumbai
Over 100 people killed, more than 250 injured at 7 places More

`It felt like large stones were pelting down on the train roof'
Ms Usha Nair, an Office Assistant in Business Line here, was on the train in which the first blast went off. She gives her account of her experience: On Monday, I took the 5.57-p.m. suburban local train home after work. This is the train ... More

Cellphones of no help in crisis situations
Television footage of Monday's wounded commuters in Mumbai fumbling with their cellphones to call someone, somewhere, got people asking themselves this question: why, during every crisis in the city, do telephone networks get jammed? Is it ... More

RNRL may end up paying more for gas from RIL
`Sale price proposed by RIL would lead to loss to Govt' More

Markets may show resilience
The immediate impact will most likely be negative. A lot also depends on the statements made by political parties. More

GSLV launch wasn't insured
ISRO plans for in-orbit spare capacity More

BPO growth may slow down, says Forrester
Data security concerns, high attrition rates, staffing costs could take a toll More

Bombay Stock Exchange tightens norms for listing of shares
Due diligence must for companies below Rs 10 cr issue size More

Markets take a breather; Sensex ends on a weak note

Cabinet committee to decide on sugar exports by mills
Will clarify DGFT notification on exports under advance licence scheme More

e-waste: Greenpeace demands action from Wipro
Calling the Indian IT industry "woefully" behind the times as regards environment-conscious, Greenpeace on Tuesday challenged Wipro to set an example on e-waste management. Six months after attacking Wipro about its environment-unfriendliness, ... More

Thermax betting on order book
The Thermax stock, which closed at Rs 254.20 on the BSE, has seen a quiet accumulation on hopes that it stands to gain from a decent order book and positive outlook of user industries such as steel, hydrocarbons and chemicals. It witnessed a ... More

Auto stocks up on Q1 hopes
Expectations of strong Q1 numbers drove up auto stocks. The auto sector, which saw strong sales volumes during the first quarter, recorded a double-digit growth in almost all segments. The quarter, say analysts, has witnessed a reduction in ... More

Farmers asked to transplant paddy seedlings
This is in view of fairly widespread to widespread monsoon rains More

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