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Oil PSUs start paying interim dividends
NEW DELHI, DEC. 17.The process of raising resources to bridge the fiscal deficit by asking the oil companies to give interim dividends began today with the IBP Company, a subsidiary of the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC). The IBP's dividend cheque ...
Encourage young professionals Kalam
CHENNAI, DEC. 17. Prescribing a five-pronged strategy for all round development and doubling of the gross domestic product (GDP) to 10 per cent, the President, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, today called upon the Indian industry to innovate and encourage ...
Gitanjali Jewels files for 25 patents
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MIPs step up dividend payout in a bull market
MUMBAI, DEC. 17.Monthly Income Plans (MIPs) from various mutual fund houses have enhanced their dividend payouts in the last three months, much to the delight of investors. Indeed, this category has been witnessing a lot of action in recent ...
Sensex snaps six-session rally
MUMBAI, DEC. 17. Succumbing to profit booking by bull operators in select blue chip counters, the Sensex underwent a technical downward correction and lost 18.82 points to close at 5418.23 on the Bombay Stock Exchange today, snapping a ...
Rupee moves up further
MUMBAI, DEC. 17. The rupee strengthened against the U.S. currency today, as healthy foreign fund inflows drove it to a over four-week high, helped partly by positive sentiment, following the upward revision of India's foreign currency rating ...
Ketan Parekh debarred
MUMBAI, DEC. 17. Ketan V. Parekh, the stock broker who was involved in the 2001 stock scam, has been debarred by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) from trading on the stock exchanges for 14 years with immediate effect. The SEBI ...
Crisil buys London firm
MUMBAI, DEC. 17.Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited (Crisil) has acquired EconoMatters, a London-based energy and gas advisory firm, and its subsidiary companies for over Rs. 15 crores, subject to regulatory nod. "The board has ...
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