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Ethanol-petrol programme yet to take off nationally
Finalised only in Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Goa More

MRPL to roll out retail plans
Has marketing rights for 500 outlets; to set up 25 by 2007 More

Few surprises at CAT this year
The Common Admission Test (CAT) held today did away with all the surprises that were thrown in, in the last two years. Differential marking was done away with, there were more choices per question, the quantitative analysis section was far ... More

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Volatile condition may prevail at Dalal Street
Fundamentally strong from small-cap space may shine More

Banks put up good show in Q2
Robust business growth, impressive performance on fee based income and strong showing on core operations highlight the earnings scorecard of banks for the quarter ended September. Re-pricing of loans by about 50 basis points in June and August ... More

Deconstructing the market, One wave at a time
Shanky and Harry were lying on the beach under sun-umbrellas. The salty tang of the sea breeze was most refreshing after the smoke and dust of the city that they had left behind for the weekend. Harry was absorbed in a book while Shanky lazily ... More

Gold may be range-bound
Firm dollar, downtrend in oil prices providing most market direction More

Top brokers upgrade target price for Corus
In an instant response to the counter bid by CSN for Corus Group Plc, the majority of the top European broking firms and fund houses put out client notes on Saturday upgrading short-term target price for the Corus stock ranging between 500 and ... More

`Keen on comeback, weighing options'
Rajeev Chandrasekhar eyes 3G, wireless broadband More

Hospitals see IT as growth tool
To improve their image and become competitive More

Second-hand vessels selling high
An Indian shipping company, having a fleet of a few bulk carriers, is mulling the sale of one of the ships, a five-year-old Panamax vessel. The reason: The vessel is fetching a "very good" price, about $44 million, which is more than what had ... More

Easterlies relenting, buzz shifts to Arabian Sea
The easterly waves are seen relenting over a period of the next four to five days, but some residual precipitation in the southern peninsula is likely to continue for the next two days. Meanwhile, the Fleet Numerical Meteorology and ... More


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