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Tuesday, July 18, 2006
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Indian crude oil basket touches all-time high
West Asian crisis fuelling crude prices More

Market melts on FII selling, oil price surge
Sensex down 385 points; Re at 3-yr low More

ICI board to consider share buyback
ICI India Ltd, which manufactures chemicals and paints, today said that its board plans to meet on July 25 to consider buying back the company's shares, using some of the idle cash. The company will spend Rs 125 crore of the Rs 200 crore cash ... More

India Cements posts record net profit at Rs 112 cr
Hopes to wipe out accumulated losses by Q3 More

Sale of security gizmos rises after blasts
Experts feel monitoring systems can prevent subversive activities More

Wheat output estimate pruned to 69.48 m tonnes
Fourth advance estimate pegs foodgrains production lower More

DoT cracks the whip on cos for grey market calls
Puts on hold applications for Net telephony, ISP licence More

Wipro to offer e-waste disposal service from Sept 1
Customers can avail the service free-of-cost More

Stocks riding on realty sector among the worst hit in market meltdown
Unitech remains firm despite weak sentiment; Ansal Buildwell, Ansal Housing lose by 60% More

Marketing exclusivity for city gas distribution under study
Views for and against the policy were discussed at a recent meeting More

Gold is investors' darling
Slew of factors make it attractive; may top $850 More

Subsidy to recharge textile sector
An additional Rs 1,000 crore subsidy under the Textile Upgradation Fund Scheme (TUFS) reportedly provided by the Finance Ministry will recharge the textile sector, marketmen feel. The additional funds may be utilised to meet subsidy ... More

UTI Bank: Sustained interest seen
UTI Bank on Monday clocked a volume of 1.41 lakh shares on the NSE, which brokers attributed to sustained interest in the stock by traders. The counter closed at Rs 260.25, down by 5 per cent. The bank, it is pointed out, has declared fairly ... More

Heavy rains likely during weekend in central parts, West Coast
9 meteorological subdivisions receive scanty rainfall More


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