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Essentials' list on chopping block
The government is considering a move to remove a whole list of commodities ranging from foodstuffs, oilseeds and onions to steel, petro-products and drugs from the Essential Commodities Act. ...  | Read.. 
 
Amul looks to enter Pakistan
Home-grown co-operative brand Amul plans to enter the Pakistan market with its milk products. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mutuals bet big on global funds
Global funds are likely to be the next big theme for mutual fund houses if the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) ...  | Read.. 
 
Firms bullish on growth
India Inc sounds upbeat about the future prospects of the economy, industry and their own firms with continuous reassurances ...  | Read.. 
 
Intel, NIIT to promote technology in schools
Intel, the leading chipset manufacturer, and NIIT, the premier information technology training organisation, have joined han ...  | Read.. 
 
The government is considering a move to remove a whole list of commodities ranging from foodstuffs, oilseeds and onions to steel, petro-products and drugs from the Essential Commodities Act.
 
 
Experts predict further rise in gold prices
Gold prices have broken all records...  | Read.. 
New optical storage brand from Samsung
Samsung has launched sub-brand Pleomax for its range of optical digital storage and PC peripheral p..  | Read.. 
 
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