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Sunday, July 23, 2006
Commodities (July 22 at close)
Gold (per gram) Rs888
Silver (per gram) Rs18.35
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs3,458
Markets (July 21)
BSE Sensex10085.91(-267.03)
S&P CNX Nifty2945.00(-78.05)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.80(-0.20)

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ICICI Bank net rises 17 pc
Q1 growth due to increase in advances, net interest income More

June quarter jingle: A positive bell
Initial results: Profit margins remain unchanged on a year-on-year basis More

TN to switch to VAT from January 1
Industry, trade associations welcome decision More

IFFCO plans second 1,000 MW power plant
Gas-based power plant to come up at Kalol, Gujarat More

An Intel computer for less than Rs 7,000
Big Apple Manufacturing sells 1,300 computers More

India Inc boards get younger, sans gender balance
The youngest director on a company board is 18 and the oldest 95 More

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