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Saturday, August 14, 2004

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The fuss about foreign fuel in aircraft tank
THERE are enough and more problems in Indian Airlines (IA), apart from delayed flights, absence of status info, and, as if to make up for time lost, jerky landings. But the one that landed up before the Bangalore ... More

Fragrance of roses from a Pakistani village for some inner peace
ON CITY roads, patriotism has been peaking this week, with one more Independence Day only a day away. Beggars at traffic signals are not asking for charity but vending the tricolour, so you can catch a bit of ... More

Product price boost India Glycol
THE counter of mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) maker India Glycol has been witnessing increased buying over the last few days. Dealers said the interest in the counter is coming from institutional investors due to the increase in international MEG ... More

Ranbaxy: Outlook negative, sell August futures
THE following strategies are based on Friday's trading in the spot and the derivatives segments on the NSE: HPCL: The stock closed at Rs 310 in the spot market. The outlook will turn positive if the stock trades above Rs 317. In the ... More

Sensex continues to register losses
HIGHER inflation rate and firm international crude prices appeared to haunt the secondary markets on Friday. Aided by the surge in prices of fruit and vegetables, edible oil and other manufactured products, inflation hit the 41-month high as ... More

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