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Saddam caged, markets break free
Shares sizzled a day after the US said it had captured Saddam Hussein as investors expecting improved global security stepped up purchases and operators set sights on overseas markets boosted by the coup. ...  | Read.. 
Gold prices ease, dollar rebounds
Gold lost some of its sheen in the local markets today, closing at Rs 6,095 per 10 grams, in a decline of Rs 45 over its pr ...  | Read.. 
Sun Pharma ties with US arm under share shadow
The partnership between US-based Caraco Pharma and its major shareholder Sun Pharma, an Indian drug major, has hit a low poi ...  | Read.. 
IBM jobs to leave home for India
International Business Machines Corp. (IBM) is planning to move some 4,730 jobs of software programmers to India and China a ...  | Read.. 
Govt keen to cut stake in rural banks
The government, as a first step in its plan to exit regional rural banks (RRBs), wants commercial banks that are sponsoring ...  | Read.. 
An electronic board shows the dollar rate against the yen at a brokerage firm in Tokyo on Monday. (Reuters)
Wipro city debut with payroll bonanza
Wipro will kick off operations in the city with a development centre that will have 500 employees i..  | Read.. 
Zee to merge arms, five other entities
Zee Telefilms took a step forward in its consolidation process by approving a proposal to merge ET..  | Read.. 
Govt to review account norms
Government accounting standards will be overhauled as the present system is not transparent en..  | Read.. 
Tech, trident co-exist
India’s image abroad is just as confused as it is within the country — and the reason for this ..  | Read.. 
IDBI bill wins approval
Sebi panel
Rolta India
Syntax stake
FDI approval