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Government plans to stop RIL from selling crude to Jamnagar refinery

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RIL may now sell crude oil to Chennai Petroleum Corp Ltd at lower rates

Gold futures fall on weak global cues

Gold prices fell 0.14 per cent to Rs 28,259 per 10 grams; Picture for representational purpose

Gold prices fell 0.14 per cent to Rs 28,259 per 10 grams

Sensex slips into negative zone; down 76 points on profit-booking

Sensex down by 76.49 points in morning trade; Image for representational purpose only

Sensex down by 76.49 points in morning trade

Silver futures gain Rs 98 on global cues

Silver prices up by Rs 98 to Rs 43,089 per kg; Image for representational purpose only (Photo: PTI)

Silver prices up by Rs 98 to Rs 43,089 per kg

Nifty edges down on profit-taking after record high

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Nifty is trading down by 0.18 per cent, after reaching record high at 7,922.70

Rupee down by 15 paise against dollar in early trade

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Rupee is trading at 60.83 and Sensex shoots up by 0.14 per cent

Total telephone user base rises to 94.29 crore in June: Trai

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Share of urban subscribers has increased to 59.36 per cent from 59.28 per cent

DLF to pare debt to Rs 12,000-14,000 crore by FY17

As of FY’14, DLF had a debt of Rs 19,000 crore

AirAsia profit jumps despite 'challenging' climate

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AirAsia’s revenue gre five per cent to 1.31 billion Ringgit

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Arun Jaitley reiterates pro-biz, pro-poor through Facebook

In pro-industry stan-ce of the BJP led NDA governmnet, Finance Mini-ster Arun Jaitley chan-ged the cover photo on his Facebook profile and added a new slogan saying there is no contradiction bet-ween

A political party which seeks a text book start often remains superficial, pretending that the preamble or the introduction remains the real thing. For a party that created a great propaganda machine to devastate the Congress during the election, the Bharatiya Janata Party regime has little to say.

The Narendra Modi government approaching the 100-day mark demands an assessment of its performance. A national television channel even arranged, more a boxing match than a debate, a programme on whether Mr Modi’s foreign policy is continuity or radical change.