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Decision on petrol, diesel price cut likely today
Sonia Gandhi took up the issue with Manmohan Singh More

Chennai next on Reliance Retail radar
10 stores to be opened; Jaipur, Mumbai and Delhi to follow More

Wipro to scale up size of acquisitions
Immense potential to be tapped, says Premji More

Steel cos may cut prices in December
Steel prices in the domestic market are likely to come down in December. The reduction would be in the range of Rs 500 to Rs 800 per tonne depending on various categories. Following the recent fall in international prices of steel the ... More

Export growth in Oct slows down to 19 pc
April-Oct growth cruises higher at 35 pc More

`Govt must do away with cash flow statements in I-T forms'
Report of Standing Committee tabled in Parliament More

Indices down on weak global markets
Tracking the wobbly international markets, the domestic markets came under pressure during the day's trading. The sharp decline in the Dow and Nasdaq and weak opening of the Asian markets contributed to a sharp decline in the BSE Sensex, which ... More

Hyderabad set to quadruple IT infrastructure within 3 years
29 IT SEZs to come up in Hyderabad, 2 in Vizag More

`Lower phone tariffs for dial-up users'
`High telephone charges is acting as a hindrance' More

Bird flu outbreak may hit soya
The sentiment on the national commodity exchanges, NCDEX and MCX, turned negative with the confirmation of a bird flu outbreak in South Korea. The South Korean Agriculture Ministry has confirmed that about 600 chickens died in the latest ... More

Experts bullish on gold
Renewed investor interest may push it above $700/oz More

Exide Ind gains on insurance foray
The Exide Industries counter, which on Tuesday hit a low of Rs 38.25 to close at Rs 40.10 on the NSE, is seen to derive value from the battery maker's decision to invest in ING Vysya Life Insurance Co. The company had a few months ago proposed to ... More

Apollo Hospitals turns active
Apollo Hospitals shares are under watch due to series of major initiatives being taken up by the company. The recent ones include an agreement worked out with a European health insurance outfit and a proposal to revisit its exposure to a Lankan ... More

Winter prompts first frost alert in north
NW India may experience wet spell More


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