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Thursday, September 25, 2003
Markets (Sept. 24)
BL 2501537.85 (+44.40)
BSE Sensex4356.39(+124.70)
S&P CNX Nifty1372.05 (+43.85)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.78/45.89
Gold Std (10 gm)5780 (-25)

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Efforts to rope in more participants — Hotel experience waived for Delhi Centaur bidders
IN an effort to ensure that more parties participate in the disinvestment of the State-owned Delhi Centaur Hotel, the Government has decided that having previous hotel experience will not be a prerequisite for those putting in bids. The ... More

Sensex charged up, gains 124
THE 80-point run of the Sensex on Tuesday, it appears now, was just a warm-up. Bullish stock investors led a charge on Wednesday that saw the 30-share benchmark index of the Bombay Stock Exchange gain 121 points. Across-the-board buying lifted ... More

Alliance Capital MF board equally responsible: SEBI
THE Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) confirming its earlier order against Mr Samir Arora, Chief Investment Officer, Alliance Capital Mutual Fund, today said that the board of birectors of the mutual fund was equally responsible for ... More

MSN to shut chat rooms in 28 countries
IN a bid to protect its users from unsolicited information such as spam and children from inappropriate communication online, Microsoft Corporation said on Wednesday that it would close down MSN Chat room services in 28 countries including India ... More

DCA likely to take up fresh probe into Daewoo affairs
TROUBLE is far from over for Daewoo India, the makers of Matiz. The Department of Company Affairs is in the process of initiating fresh investigations to probe into the affairs of the company. According to informed sources, "The department had ... More

Big Wapcos work in Afghanistan
STATE-owned Water and Power Consultancy Services (India) Ltd (Wapcos) has bagged several prestigious projects in the reconstruction of Afghanistan. These projects include preparation of project reports for rehabilitation of the Quargha reservoir, ... More

Adaptive chips to add zing to cell phones
EVERY once in a while you meet a friend or a colleague displaying the `gift' that he has got from abroad: a swank new cell phone. But, he isn't exactly smiling. Reason. The phone doesn't work on the local network and attempts to `fix' the ... More

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