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Monday, November 29, 2004

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Reading the smoke signals from `insider' trades
WOULD you think a company is heading for rough weather, if its promoter has just dumped a chunk of his holdings in the market? You probably would. But a reality check shows you shouldn't read too much into such sales. In fact, if you mimicked the ... More

Reliance Energy board to take up resignations `this week'
RELIANCE Energy Ltd's board will meet over the next few days to consider the resignations of six directors, the company said on Sunday. "The meeting should take place within the next three or four days," a senior REL official said. The ... More

Clinical research organisations see boom despite recent hiccups
CLINICAL research organisations (CROs) are in the spotlight after generic companies like Ranbaxy and Hetero voluntarily withdrew their anti-AIDS drugs from the World Health Organisation's (WHO) list due to improper documentation of the ... More

Stricter norms for cos raising public deposits on cards
COMPANIES may soon have to disclose the purpose and utilisation of funds raised by way of public deposits in their balance sheet. Such a requirement is likely to be proposed by the Ministry for Company Affairs, which is working out a strategy ... More

Regulatory regime soon for micro-credit: Chidambaram
THE Union Finance Minister, Mr P. Chidambaram, has said that the Government is working on a regulatory mechanism under which a part of the total credit available in the Indian financial system will be made available to micro-credit. Launching ... More

Is the bhai-fight a show business as the market bleeds?
When god-men have no answers, it seems gods may hold the key, thought Khan reading about Anil's appointment with Balaji. Elsewhere, Sridevi was starting the weekly chat with Dakshinamoorthy and Jogin. Join their prayers... for ... More

Negative sentiment prevails on pivotals
Most interesting part of the game is that FIIs, who have come in recently, have been the buyers. More

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