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Friday, April 21, 2006
Commodities (April 21)
Gold (per gram) Rs854
Standard Gold (10 gram) Rs9,220
Silver (per gram) Rs19.90
Brent crude (per bbl) Rs3336
Markets (April 21)
BSE Sensex12030.30(-9.25)
S&P CNX Nifty3573.05 (-0.45)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.14

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12,000: In double quick time
RIL almost touches Rs 1,000 per share on heavy fund buying More

MFs bigger buyers, not FIIs
Foreign institutional investors are no longer the big buyers on the Indian bourses. They have been net sellers for seven trading sessions this month, and their scorecard for April 2006 currently stands at a negative Rs 1,796.9 crore. Domestic ... More

Mutual funds also participate in Sensex rise
Fund houses say their role in rally is not insignificant More

Govt proposes licence fee on courier companies
Draft Bill moots independent regulator for the postal sector More

`Labour reforms vital for textile industry'
Labour reforms are the need of the hour for the Indian textile industry, and keeping this goal in mind the reform measures would be decided upon by the end of this year, said the Union Textile Minister, Mr Shanker Sinh Vaghela. He was addressing ... More

Reliance Petro issue subscribed by over 47 times
About 13 lakh applications received from retail investors More

Investors giving the go-by to Lyons Range

Chevron is Reliance Petro co-promoter
Reliance Petroleum Ltd (RPL), in a notice to investors here on Thursday, said Chevron India Holdings Pte Ltd, Singapore, a wholly owned subsidiary of Chevron Corporation, would be its co-promoter. In a notice to investors, the company said, ... More

TCS to hold 64% stake in Chinese JV
Microsoft is the other investor More

Infy to buy Citi stake in Progeon
All-cash deal worth Rs 518 crore More

Zensar Tech net doubles to Rs 34 cr
The year-on-year growth stood at 24.3 per cent More

Agri-commodities attracting investors
Tactical move as prices below peaks More

`Negative issues' don't govern this TN election
One striking feature of this TN Assembly election is that people do not reach out to you with their list of problems and complaints. More

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