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PF body may moot hike in contribution rate to 15 pc
Employer's payment on account of salary would go up by 2.6 pc More

Govt to sell residual stake in Maruti
Competitive bidding likely More

HDFC Bank hikes prime rate to 13.5%
HDFC Bank has hiked its benchmark prime lending rate by 1.5 percentage point cent to 13.5 per cent effective December 20, the bank said on its Web site. The bank last raised its PLR in June. It has also raised deposit rates by 50-75 basis ... More

SEBI bars Gammon India from trading
Market regulator finds irregularities in 2001 rights issue More

Chyawanprash gets a makeover with new variants
Dabur to launch sugarless flavour, Emami rolls out chocolate More

Volvo shifting Europe truck work to India
To set up bus manufacturing plant near Bangalore More

Now, watch Indian movies on DVDs, VCDs for a song
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Regulatory hurdles to Hutch bids
DoT seeks clarity on licence fees, spectrum cap More

Financial inclusion may spell big gains for vendors
Royalty revenue for each bank account opened More

Lanco Infratech to partner DongFeng for Sasan project
Co management in Bangkok session to chart out its way forward More

Winter rains in North hit as South goes without cyclones
No cyclone during N-E monsoon More

Mid-cap IT stocks shine
Infotech stocks such as Tata Elxsi, Polaris Software Lab, Nucleus Software and Sonata Software have been witnessing active buying accompanied by gains in stock price. According to brokers, several analysts have come out with `buy' ... More

Glenmark: Value buying seen
The stock surged sharply on Thursday in spite of volatile market conditions. Traders say the surge could be attributed to its recent announcement that its Swiss subsidiary has applied for the first phase of clinical trials in Europe for the ... More

FIIs: India expensive?
Of late, FIIs have turned net sellers in the cash market. According to traders, FIIs, particularly those from the West, are gradually booking profits in Indian markets. According to them, at current levels Indian markets' valuations are too ... More

Equity culture spreads among women in South
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