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Govt wins trust vote
High drama in House as 3 BJP MPs wave cash, allege bribery. New Delhi, July 22 The ruling United Progressive Alliance government comfortably sailed through on Tuesday the trust vote moved by the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, in the Lok ...

Market players see short-term rally
Mumbai, July 22 The winning of the trust vote, by the Government, could give a boost to stocks, but that may be short-lived, as the outcome was a foregone conclusion, said ...

TODAY'S PICK (Latest Audio: English/Tamil)
Tata Elxsi (Rs 176.95): Sell
We recommend a sell in Tata Elxsi from a short-term perspective. It is evident from the charts of Tata Elxsi that it had been on a medium-term uptrend between March 2008 and June 2008 (from a low of Rs 138 to a high of Rs 223). ...

Day Trading Guide
Initiate fresh long-position only if the stock surpasses Rs 675 level, with tight ...

Guilty won’t be spared: Speaker
New Delhi, July 22 The bribery scandal, in which it was alleged that three opposition Members of Parliament were offered several crores of rupees to abstain from voting on the confidence motion moved by the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) ...

Price fixing: Ranbaxy UK arm cleared
New Delhi, July 22 The English Crown Court has quashed the six-year long and expensive prosecution against Ranbaxy’s UK subsidiary by the UK Serious Fraud Office ...

India to push ahead with nuke deal amid strict deadline
Cos gear up for new opportunities. New Delhi, July 22 With the Government clearing the confidence vote in Parliament, the decks have been cleared for India to push forward with the Indo-US civilian nuclear deal amid a very strict time-line. ...

Nuclear deal not to interfere with India’s strategic programme: PM
‘The deal will not prevent further nuclear tests’. New Delhi, July 22 The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, today asserted in the Lok Sabha that the proposed nuclear deal with the US and other nuclear power countries would enable ...

‘Hyde Act cannot interfere with 123 Agreement implementation’
The Finance Minister, Mr P. Chidambaram, has said in the Lok Sabha that the Hyde Act of the US does not bind India and cannot interfere with the implementation of the 123 agreement for civil nuclear cooperation between the two countries. ...

Drought, moisture stress threat to kharif crops
Gujarat joins four other States facing rainfall deficit. Mumbai, July 22 It is becoming increasingly clear that drought is threatening large parts of the country. All indicators point to the onset of drought conditions in western and southern ...

A victory soured by corruption allegations
Chennai, July 22 As expected the United Progressive Alliance Government won the trust motion in Lok Sabha, but the principal Opposition party, the BJP, ensured the victory was sullied by serious allegations of attempts by one of the ...

July rainfall this year may be better than 2002, 2004
Thiruvananthapuram, July 22 Crucial July rainfall till now may have proved deficient in the southern peninsula, but statistics suggest that the situation may not be as bad as during comparable periods either in 2002, which recorded a ...

‘Dr Reddy’s Lab not open for sale’
Hyderabad, July 22 Pharma major Dr Reddy’s Laboratories Ltd is not open for sale, according to Dr K. Anji Reddy, its ...

‘Peak’ oil’s scary prospects
What goes up must come down, goes the saying. But the price of oil has defied the law of gravity, at least thus ...

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