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Friday, August 11, 2006
Commodities (Aug 10)
Gold (per gram) Rs919
Silver (per gram) Rs21.00
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs3,505
Markets (August 10)
BSE Sensex11149.17(+3.99)
S&P CNX Nifty3260.10 (+5.50)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)46.46 (-0.09)

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Hand luggage banned on flights from UK
All passengers to be hand searched, all items to be X-rayed More

HC stays BPL Mobile shares sale
`Wait for arbitration settlement' More

Airtel, Hutch, Idea join hands to ease congestion during crises
New model tried in Surat successfully More

Crisil assigns below average rating to two initial public offerings
Grading based on a scale of one to five points More

Chemical industry worried over ethanol-blending plan
`With production shortfall alternative sources must be encouraged' More

GAIL demurs on CNG foray in Iran
Disparity in subsidies and benefits cited More

India has become key R&D centre, says Dell
Developers here create global products More

Tea exports rise 63% in June; output up 5.1 mkg
New markets of W. Asia, Pakistan help shipments rise More

Online shopping carts fill up steadily
Study says more than half of visitors end up buying from a shopping Web site More

July has 5.2 m new phone subscribers
Mobile growth offsets fixed line dip More

Markets close flat amid intense volatility

When the Guv locked step with the Finance Minister
Mr Jaswant Singh's book `A Call to Honour' has drawn a lot of attention for the heat and dust that the `mole' raised. Of interest to bankers, though, should be a solitary reference to the RBI Governor, Dr Y.V. Reddy, in the index of Mr Singh's ... More

Rains drive down some stocks
The stock markets on Thursday gave the thumbs down to stocks such as ONGC, Reliance, ABG Shipyard and IPCL that have announced the shutting down of their plants in Gujarat either partially or fully due to floods. ONGC has declared force majeure ... More

Tyre stocks on a roll
Tyre stocks have been gaining momentum recently. Most of the stocks have appreciated by six per cent to as high as 35 per cent during the past week, with increased trading volumes. MRF gained six per cent while TVS Srichakra clocked a maximum ... More

Rain deficit down to 2%
But at the cost spread More

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