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Since 1st March, 1999
Gold kisses the 6000-mark
The precious yellow metal today broke all previous records and zoomed to an all-time high of Rs 6,000 per 10 gram in the local bullion market due to a sharp rally in global prices on renewed fears of war between the US allies and Iraq. ...  | Read.. 
Tug of war over plan funds ends
Two rounds of meeting between Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and finance minister Jaswant Singh have resulted in a ...  | Read.. 
Moody’s rating pat for banks
Moody’s Investors Service today upgraded the foreign currency deposit rating of nine banks, debt rating of two financial ...  | Read.. 
Global financiers bet on biotech
Biotech is creating a big buzz among overseas financiers and business facilitators like Rabo India Finance Pvt Ltd and E ...  | Read.. 
Tie-up talks to improve quality of cars
A gaggle of British automotive companies, including Land Rover, have begun talks with Indian carmakers, such as Hindusta ...  | Read.. 
Crude royalty bonanza for Assam
The hike in crude oil royalty announced on Tuesday will bring a windfall gain of about Rs 360 crore for Assam, followed by Gujarat ...  | Read.. 
Gold kisses the 6000-mark
Govt vows to remove export bottlenecks
The government will simplify procedures to reduce transaction costs in order to boost exports, ..  | Read.. 
Debt recast rules of firms altered
The Reserve Bank of India has revised the corporate debt restructuring guidelines, granting len..  | Read.. 
Fresh bids for 51% in FACT
HPCL selloff
IMF quota
BoR scam
Triumph move