Business Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
Commodities (July 24 at close)
Gold (per gram) Rs884
Silver (per gram) Rs18.60
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs3,459
Markets (July 24)
BSE Sensex10215.37(+129.46)
S&P CNX Nifty2985.85(+40.85)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.95(+0.15)

Cross Currency


Group Sites


Pay more, get higher goods cover
Carriage by Road Bill seeks to raise liability limits for companies More

WTO wrings its hands on subsidy figures
Many countries remiss in meeting notification obligations More

Bank stocks lead market recovery
Credit policy hopes, domestic buying support give a boost More

8 commandments to combat employee `no-show' malaise
Many cos incorporating them as hiring guidelines More

Kharif acreages up for most of the crops
Coverage of groundnut, castor, jowar, bajra trail More

Select post offices to accept I-T returns
Income tax assessees will be allowed to file their returns in designated post offices across the country from Wednesday. "About 2,000 post offices will now accept income tax returns and the taxpayer will not be required to come to the income ... More

Inflation within projected range: RBI
Headline inflation remained within the indicative trajectory during the first quarter of fiscal 2006-07 despite higher oil and food prices, the Reserve Bank of India, said in its first quarter review of Macroeconomic and Monetary Developments. ... More

Crude oil imports up 26.6% in June
Oil imports in June rose by 26.6 per cent year-on-year. According to data compiled by the Petroleum Ministry, crude oil imports last month rose to 9.6 million tonnes compared with 7.58 million tonnes in the corresponding previous period. Total ... More

TVS Motor plans Rs 200-cr capex spend
Q1 net profit dips 14 pc on higher raw material cost More

TCS wins $33-m project from Saudi Telecom
To invest $15 m in China along with joint venture partners More

DoT panel suggests telecom gear clusters

`India could emerge as e-publishing hub'
With several global publishers such as Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, Prentice Hall, Macmillan, and Pearson looking to India for outsourcing their e-publishing projects, the country is set to emerge as a hub, according to Mr ... More

Fiscal gap likely to be lower
Higher tax collection, lower expenditure More

Amara Raja up ahead of Q1 results
Automotive battery maker Amara Raja Batteries Ltd (ARBL) gained 9.49 per cent on Monday. Dealers said the Q1 results, to be announced on Thursday, are likely to be better than expectations. ARBL shares closed at Rs 266.65, up from Friday's Rs ... More

Indiabulls under bear grip
Shares of Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd are on a downward spiral. The shares have lost as much as 23 per cent over the last one-month period from Rs 257.70 to Rs 197.95. On Monday, the shares slid by about four per cent. The buzz in market ... More

Monsoon runs up whole country, eight days late
July is likely to end up with a deficit rainfall of about 10 per cent. Good rainfall in northwest likely for next 2-3 days. More

Advt Links: Summit Pacific Vacation Rentals Construct Data About:Blank Business Health Insurance Tanning Beds Andrea Bocelli Web conferencing services since 1997 Mesothelioma Cancer Treatment Flash Templates Fair Guide Personal Computing resources Hotel Bruges Sourcing China products Made in China Radio Sunshine Rhetoric Business Seminars in Germany Upgrade Dell Memory and HP Upgrade RAM Memory Coaching & Seminar Rhetorik

Comments & Letters to the Editor to:
Subscribe to: Business Line


BL Career

Digital Sportstar

Pick a Winner Stock Market Contest

Top Stories
Dumping duty on POY from China mooted

Banks seek exemption from reserve ratios on tier-2 bonds

Physical deliveries surge on NMCE for July contracts

Plan for biometric features in PAN cards

`This Government can no longer carry out any reform'

CBDT notifies new e-return forms

ABB India posts 65 pc increase in Q2 net profit

Flat steel prices set to go up

SBI may consider rights to shore up Tier-I capital

The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | Sportstar | Frontline | The Hindu eBooks | The Hindu Images | Home |

Copyright 2006, The Hindu Business Line. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu Business Line