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Oil cos make profit on petrol sales
Continue to take a hit on kerosene and LPG; Chidambaram rules out price cut More

UPA, Left meet remains inconclusive
The four Left parties supporting the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government from outside remained dissatisfied after today's meeting of the UPA-Left Co-ordination Committee, with the Government not accepting their views on issues ranging ... More

Tatas' passenger vehicle set for early 2007 launch
Two versions undergoing road tests at Pune facilities More

Passbook facility must for SB account-holders: RBI
`Cost of the facility must be borne by the bank' More

Sensex sheds 162 on selling pressure, profit booking
Asian markets also close lower More

Karnataka shuts down; loss pegged at Rs 2,000 cr
IT, BPO companies join near-total bandh More

SCI to invest Rs 15,000 cr in new ships in 5 years
Rules out funding from capital market; plans to buy 35 vessels this fiscal More

Marker system introduced to check fuel adulteration
To check adulteration of petrol and diesel with subsidised kerosene, the Government has introduced a new marker system. Unveiling the initiative on Wednesday, the Petroleum Minister, Mr Murli Deora, said that the marker would help detect ... More

Banks may post higher treasury income in Q2
Stable interest rates, softer crude prices More

Xilinx sets up R&D centre; to develop IP cores
Association with CMC to continue More

VSNL, East African Cable may merge links
Merged entity to be the second largest joint cable system More

Satyam sets up global R&D hub in Singapore
Plans 2 centres to focus on telecom, BI technologies More

Sugar stocks turning sweet
On hopes of export ban being lifted More

Cement stocks up on price hike hopes
Select cement stocks finished on a firm note on Wednesday even when the benchmarks succumbed to selling pressure. According to brokers, market participants expect cement prices to go up by Rs 5-8 a bag. Despite the severe rainfall and floods ... More

Tailor-made portfolios drawing many customers
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Riddhi Siddhi up on expansion plans
Riddhi Siddhi Gluco Biols has been gaining steadily on the bourses on the back of its expansion plans. The stock surged 5.39 per cent in the last one week and 22 per cent in the past month at Rs 182. Trading volumes have surged to about 49,000 ... More


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