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Friday, December 08, 2006
Commodities (Dec 07)
Gold (per gram) Rs858
Silver (per gram) Rs21.70
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs2,810
Markets (Dec 7)
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S&P CNX Nifty4015.35 (-0.60)
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Domestic majors dominate bids for ultra-mega power projects
NTPC, Tata Power, Reliance Energy among 16 in race; foreign players opt out More

Rise of India, China should not worry the West: Manmohan
Dynamic Asia could power global growth and provide new opportunities More

SBI plans domestic float next year to fund growth
Awaits Parliamentary nod for SBI Act amendments More

EPF rate issue to go to PM
The Central Board of Trustees of Employees Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on Thursday authorised the Labour Minister and the Chairman of the Board, Mr Oscar Fernandes, to take up the issue with the Prime Minister seeking a bailout package ... More

Together we care
Many homes rethink the traditional roles of husband and wife. More

Chinese bikes to hit Indian roads soon; 3 cos look for distributors
`Roadworthiness under Indian conditions doubtful' More

Banks in talks for take-out financing
Infrastructure thrust may lead to asset-liability mismatch More

Cairn to respond to SEBI on MRPL complaint soon
Evacuation of crude from Rajasthan field More

High food prices here to stay
In this fire-fighting operation that essentially relates to trade liberalisation and price control, the basic thrust on strengthening agriculture is receding into the background. More

Airtel targets NRIs in US with `cheaper' calling service
2.5 million NRIs in US to call at 7.9 cents a minute More

Satyam to set up global delivery centre in Malaysia
To expand to 2,000-seater facility within four years More

`Eastern States have great future'
My Government has so far received more than 100 proposals for setting up various industrial units in the State and 61 of them have been cleared. But we need to gear up our infrastructure, particularly power and communication. — Mr Nitish Kumar, Chief Minister of Bihar More

Call for more ties in media sector
`Big newspaper groups eye for journalistic exchanges' More

Shipping cos down on tanker rates
The listed shipping companies, whose assets are skewed towards tankers, are largely being valued by the market in tandem with the current soft global freight rates for crude and liquid petroleum products. SCI, GE Shipping, and Mercator Lines - ... More

`Strong easterly wave' over Andaman Sea
The migrant remnant from tropical storm Durian (24W) has set up a base over Andaman Sea as a "strong easterly wave," says the National Centre for Medium range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF). It is set to revive the northeast monsoon over south ... More

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