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Fertiliser companies may retain super profits
Cost of production must be below import parity price More

Markets rally on sustained FII inflows
Equities, currency and bond markets witnessed fresh gains on Wednesday on the back of sustained FII inflows and easing of oil prices. The rupee strengthened beyond Rs 45 a dollar, the first time in the last two months. The benchmark BSE Sensex ... More

Torrent to supply power to Bhiwandi
Appointed MSEDCL franchisee to stem mounting T&D losses More

Indian tourist flow to Thailand unabated
Travel agents, airlines report near-normal activity despite coup More

Jet Airways defers plans to raise $800 m
To invest $2.5 billion to acquire 30 new aircraft More

Direct tax collections continue to be buoyant
Increasing awareness on annual information returns More

Private trade wheat import deals top 5.5 lakh tonnes
Likely to purchase another five lakh tonnes by year-end More

Retail sector becomes hot vertical for IT vendors
It's early days yet, but lot of excitement around More

Reliance, Bharti in talks for infrastructure sharing
The largest CDMA operator in the country, Reliance Communications, and the largest GSM cellular operator, the Bharti Group, are in talks to share about 2,000 cell sites across the country. The move will enable the two operators to cut down on ... More

IT firms earning less revenue per employee
Despite rising revenues, an IT employee today is bringing in less money to his organisation compared to 2002-03. The revenue per employee (RPE) ratio for companies such as Infosys Technologies Ltd and Satyam Computer Services Ltd has mostly ... More

ICSA India up on `re-rate' hopes
A section of the market players seem to be betting on ICSA India as a long-term story. The buzz doing the rounds on Dalal Street is that a number of corporate developments are likely to force re-rating of the stock in the near future. The ... More

Arabian Sea `low' under watch for storm signs
Heavy rainfall likely in Orissa, Bengal More


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