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Tuesday, April 15, 2003

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`Anomaly' in derivatives trade: Investors at a disadvantage
LAST Thursday, when the sharply plummeting Infosys stock was being quoted at Rs 3,010 in the cash segment, the lowest strike price in the option segment was available at Rs 3,800 on the National Stock Exchange. Again on Friday, when the tech ... More
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Petroleum product prices in post-APM era — Panel asks Govt to rationalise duty structure

Jute likely to replace wood for pulp — IJSG pilot project after harvest in June

Re-fixing of commissions — Brokers upset over IRDA fiat

Cellular base doubles

Rising adspend: A double-edged sword

Prasar Bharati plans to offer DTH services

Biotech: No panacea for farm sector's ills

In Focus
Run-up to Budget
Kelkar Report
Bottled water: How safe is it?
Telecom Competition
Oil PSUs: Disinvestment dilemma
Housing Fin. rate war: Bonanza for consumers!
NPAs in Banking
In Depth
Simple Economics
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Tax Talk
The Brahmananda collections
NRIs & Investment Avenues
Corporate Governance
Gold: Still the winner?
Cars: Always a beauty
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Apr. 6-Apr. 12
SEBI scores yet another point with T+2

Infosys forecasts take its toll on stock

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