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Tuesday, October 14, 2003
Markets (Oct. 13)
BL 2501724.42 (+31.25)
BSE Sensex4849.27 (+80.37)
S&P CNX Nifty1546.75 (+23.65)
US Dollar (Buy/Sell)45.38/45.51
Gold Std (10 gm)5600 (-20)

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GE, Bechtel make new offer to restart Dabhol — Indian lenders react with caution
GE and Bechtel have made an offer to restart phase-I of the $3-billion Dabhol Power plant and complete its phase-II work. In a proposal sent to the Indian financial institutions (IFIs) led by IDBI, the two companies have said that their ... More

The chocolate story: No clear norms on storage
THIS may come as bitter truth to chocolate-lovers — but the recent controversy over Cadbury's Dairy Milk Chocolate may have in fact opened a can of worms in terms of storage norms for chocolate, or the lack of it. And it's not just the ... More

Play the game fairly, Amfi tells members
THE Association of Mutual Funds in India (Amfi) has told its members to stop ulterior practices such as giving backdated NAVs to favour high-value clients, and rebates and commissions cloaked as reimbursement of demand draft charges to corner ... More

Quite a many of them on a high
IN view of strong buying, 143 stocks hit their all-time high today on the Bombay Stock Exchange. On the National Stock Exchange 93 counters created their all-time high. However, at the close of the trading session, only around 20 stocks could ... More

Holidayers get busy with activity-packed vacations
INDIAN holidaymakers seem to have come of age. Not only are more and more Indians looking at going abroad for a holiday, they are also looking out for an experiential one. It could be learning scuba diving in Phuket or skiing in Switzerland. ... More

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