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Retail investors outwit FIIs, MFs
TITAN Industries, MRF and NIIT are three stocks where the public shareholding has risen the most in 2002-03. The Titan Industries stock is up 90 per cent between March 2001 and now, MRF is up 19 per cent and NIIT has made modest gains of 14 per ... More

IA drops fares 12-64 pc
FOLLOWING in the footsteps of Jet Airways, Indian Airlines (IA) has announced a reduction between 12 per cent and 64 per cent on 41 sectors across the country for a three-month period beginning August 1. However, to make use of these lower ... More

Karnataka okays NGEF closure
THE Karnataka Cabinet today approved the closure of the ailing public sector enterprise, NGEF. The Government has so far given Rs 137 crore towards voluntary retirement and another Rs 50 crore will be given shortly. A Rs 47-crore offer to buy ... More

DCA moves to Finance Ministry
A FORMAL transition of the Department of Company Affairs (DCA) has finally happened. DCA, which had been attached to the Law Ministry till now, has been shifted to the Finance Ministry after the recent ministerial reshuffle in the ... More

Forex reserves swell to $57.96 b
THE country's forex reserves have risen by $896 million to touch $57.962 billion for the week ended June 28, as compared to $57.066 billion in the previous week, according to the weekly statistical supplement of the Reserve Bank of India. Forex ... More

Accenture sees gold mine in manufacturing
"Rigidity in Indian labour laws are a key impediment to developing a robust manufacturing sector". More

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