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Saturday, November 25, 2006
Commodities (Nov 24)
Gold (per gram) Rs865
Silver (per gram) Rs21.30
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs2,653
Markets (Nov 24)
BSE Sensex13703.33(+22.50)
S&P CNX Nifty3950.85 (+5.40)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)44.77 (-0.06)

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`SEZ tax sops to cost over Rs 1 lakh cr in 4-yr period'
Revised figure is Rs 8,717 cr higher than the previous estimate More

Pvt sector participation in nuclear power in phased manner
Private sector participation in building India's nuclear power will be in a phased manner. The necessary legal amendments to facilitate this would be in place soon, according to Dr Anil Kakodkar, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission. The role of ... More

TRAI wants tariff cut for mobile roaming services

Foreign cos bid for Delhi Metro
Alstom, Bharat Earth Movers & Bombardier confirm participation More

NTPC to spend Rs 6,000 cr on coal block
NTPC Ltd plans investments to the tune of around Rs 6,000 crore for developing its 15-million-tonnes per annum Pakri Barwadih captive mine — the first of a series of eight mining blocks allotted to power major. The company plans to start ... More

New rollout: Mobile phone services to 2.5 lakh remote villages soon

Interim relief: `Govt to await pay panel recommendations'
Steps will be taken to avoid anomalies: Chidambaram More

Turnover on commodity exchanges tumbles
High volatility results in investors incurring losses More

Foreign banks turn buyers of public sector bank bonds
Anticipate softening of yields across all categories More

Metal stocks regain lustre
Chinese dumping, US slowdown caused some concern last week More

Lower energy prices peg inflation at 5.29%
Wholesale Price Index for all commodities up to 208.9 points More

Over 50 pc sowing completed in wheat
Higher acreage comes at the expense of rapeseed/mustard More

DoT allocates 3G spectrum to 7 telcos for trials
Dry runs to be conducted across 17 cities More

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Hexaware Tech: PeopleSoft hopes
Marketmen are following Hexaware Technologies in the context of developments in the HR IT, PeopleSoft (PFST) implementation and airlines segments. PSFT is its major practice, accounting for roughly 30 per cent of the revenues. Its order book now ... More

Man Industries: Betting on performance
The Rs 10-face value Man Industries stock, which closed at Rs 213.50 on the NSE on Friday, is being tracked for what analysts say are its expansion proposals and order book status. The company's new plant, which saw a partial disruption in ... More

North-East monsoon shuts itself out, for now
A surprisingly inactive Bay of Bengal is engaging the attention of forecasters, prompting at least some of them to wonder if the northeast monsoon has shut itself out at least temporarily. "Rains of the northeast monsoon seem to have taken ... More

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