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  • Senior citizens expect affordable healthcare

    9th February, 2005 20:22

    Senior citizens expect affordable healthcare, lower prices of essential items and travel concessions.

  • OBC gets Rs 1bn from GTB bad loans so far

    9th February, 2005 20:01

    Oriental Bank of Commerce has tackled over half the bad loans of Global Trust Bank, GTB, through outright recoveries, upgrading, re-structuring, or launch of crimi

  • Boeing to sell ten 737-800 to Royal Aircraft

    9th February, 2005 19:45

    Boeing Co will sell 10 737-800 planes to Royal Airways for $630 million for Indian Airline's new discount carrier, SpiceJet, and saw more such deals ahead.

  • Disowning affidavit is perjury: Bhusan

    9th February, 2005 19:25

    The legal battle over Priyamvada Birla’s estate took a new turn, as Shanti Bhusan, appearing for RS Lodha, launched an offensive on the witnesses to the 1999 will

  • HP's power girl Carly Fiorina resigns

    9th February, 2005 18:55

    Hewlett-Packard Chief Executive Officer Carly Fiorina resigned on Wednesday saying that board and she had differences on how to execute HP's plans.

  • Analysts expect 4 bank mergers this year

    9th February, 2005 17:39

    The banking sector may be in for some consolidation soon and we may see fewer, but larger players.

  • FMCGs remain wary over VAT implementation

    9th February, 2005 17:17

    Things are looking up for the Rs 48,000 crore FMCG sector. All key companies have been clocking double-digit sales in the last two quarters. The key concern before

  • TCS, Canara Bank, HPCL, ONGC, Essar Oil...

    9th February, 2005 16:58

    Technical Analyst VK Sharma is 'gung-ho' on oil stocks. He also likes TCS, ICICI, Ceat, JK Tyres and Canara Bank as a last minute resort.

  • Turnover dips in F&O trade

    9th February, 2005 16:39

    Turnover dipped in F&O trade today. The NSE F&O segment logged lower than average volumes of Rs 10201.28 cr.

  • Buy ABB after correction, says Mohoni

    9th February, 2005 16:30

    Deepak Mohoni feels that ABB is likely to correct very soon and investors should buy the stock after that.

  • Mincor reports strong nickel production

    9th February, 2005 16:14

    Nickel producer Mincor Resources NL continues to reap the benefits of its recent operational restructuring, with production in January from its Kambalda mines agai

  • African Copper moving towards production

    9th February, 2005 16:12

    Following a successful AIM listing last November, Botswana explorer African Copper is set to take another step towards production in a couple of weeks.

  • Stay away from Tata Power, buy NTPC: Mehta

    9th February, 2005 16:08

    Dipan Mehta is of the view that investors can look at NTPC in the power sector. They should avoid Tata Power Company at present.

  • India to buy three Embraer aircraft

    9th February, 2005 16:05

    India has signed an agreement with Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer to buy three EMB 145 aircraft for its indigenous airborne early warning and control system, AEW

  • i-flex bags first US order from Citibank

    9th February, 2005 16:01

    i-flex has bagged an order from Citigroup Global Markets for its Flexcube Software. The company says that the deal will serve as a benchmark for their product in t

  • 3-I Infotech files a draft with SEBI

    9th February, 2005 20:16

    3-I Infotech, formerly known as ICICI Infotech has filed a draft red herring prospectus with market regulator SEBI for its proposed IPO.

  • Christie's joins in to help tsunami victims

    9th February, 2005 20:00

    Carlos Santana's drums and Aishwarya Rai's clothes were auctioned to raise money for Tsunami victims at Christie's in Manhattan.

  • Infotech files draft red herring prospectus

    9th February, 2005 19:39

    Infotech Limited, formerly ICICI Infotech, a provider of IT solutions and services announced that the company has filed a draft red herring prospectus for its prop

  • Ministry implements Kelkar report gradually

    9th February, 2005 19:20

    The finance ministry has decided to implement recommendations of the Kelkar Committee gradually, rather than at once.

  • EPC services seek support from Budget

    9th February, 2005 17:49

    Is the industrial revival for real? The backroom boys of Indian industry - the people who run engineering, procurement and construction companies . ask for friendl

  • Aiyar to discuss ONGC's stake in Yukos

    9th February, 2005 17:31

    Petroleum Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar will take up ONGC's proposal to acquire 15-20% stake in embattled Russian firm Yukos' core asset, Yuganskneftegaz.

  • Futures to give oil firms greater control

    9th February, 2005 17:00

    The Multi Commodities Exchange, MCX, has launched crude oil futures. With this move, Indian oil companies will have a greater say in determining crude oil prices.

  • Sensex to break out from 6696 levels

    9th February, 2005 16:57

    Analysts are still keen on a pre-Budget rally, despite continuing volatility. The technical charts indicate 6696 on the Sensex as a crucial target, and till then t

  • Markets rally on broadbased buying

    9th February, 2005 16:35

    The markets rallied on the back of strong buying interest across the board. Most of the bank, auto, and oil and gas shares gained but the pharma stocks were depres

  • Rupee slides as state banks buy dollars

    9th February, 2005 16:21

    The rupee has closed weaker today, as state-owned banks, perhaps on behalf of the RBI, bought dollars. Bond prices are up, but analysts are not sure if this is a t

  • Bajaj Auto takes UTI to court

    9th February, 2005 16:13

    Bajaj Auto has filed a case against UTI in the Mumbai High Court.

  • Trading in local base metals market weak

    9th February, 2005 16:08

    Trading in the local base metals market remained weak though nickel and zinc made gains. Demand for metals was weak and prices fell on the London Metal Exchange.

  • Alcan Inc posts net loss in last quarter

    9th February, 2005 16:07

    Montreal-based aluminum giant Alcan Inc. skidded into the red during the final quarter of its fiscal year thanks in part to one-time charges associated with its Pe

  • Copper, nickel up on dollar, short covering

    9th February, 2005 16:04

    Copper and nickel on the London Metal Exchange were up at yesterday’s late kerb as a slightly weaker dollar and short covering lifted three-month copper prices abo

  • Stockists may stop drug supply tomorrow

    9th February, 2005 15:56

    Even as chemists and the government try to resolve the shortage of psychotropic drugs, pharmaceutical companies and stockists are on a collision path. Sources said

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