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  • Shareholders quitting Reliance

    Mumbai, May 19 () : Going by the annual report of Reliance Industries (RIL) it has seen 1,13,490 in the category of investors owning between 1-500 shares dropping out. This comes as a surprise since RIL was the favourite of these small shareholders otherwise known as retail investors. As per the report, total shareholders declined…

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  • Indigo zooms ahead while Air India crew loot

    Mumbai, May 19 (): Indigo the domestic carrier zooms ahead of big aviation giants KingFisher, Jet airways and Air India. It has improved its market share to 23.8% in April, from 19% seven months ago. Aviation Minister revealed shocking instances of the loot of national carrier Air India by the crew. The reason for its…

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  • IIT-JEE results declared, seat allotment list on June 14 and 15

    New Delhi,May 19 (): The results of IIT-Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) were declared on Friday. About 6,654 candidates appeared for the entrance from Assam out of which 110 candidates have been selected for counselling. From IIT Guwahati zone it was Rohit Kumar who is the topper with an all India rank (AIR) of 79 and Sabyasachee…

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  • Go Tech launches low-cost Android Tablets at Rs 3,999

    New Delhi, May 19 (): Delhi-based Tablet manufacturer Go Tech has launched two low-priced tablets, Funtab Fusion and Fonetab. The Funtab Fusion Tablet has been priced at Rs 3,999 and the Fonetab is priced at Rs.6,999 in the market. The new tablets have Android 2.3 operating system with 7 inch TFT Resistive Touch screen. The…

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  • Indo-Pak dialogue will make progress: Pak envoy

    New Delhi, May 19 (ANI): Pakistani High Commissioner to India Shahid Malik has said the visa agreement between India and Pakistan, if inked, would improve the existing visa system. Malik said both the countries have finalised the visa agreement, adding that the negotiations between the two countries on all issues will make progress, reports The…

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  • Anand Sharma, Jairam reject parliament panel suggestions on land acquisition

    New Delhi, May 19 (ANI): Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma and Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh has rejected the Parliamentary standing committee’s suggestion to delete a clause in the Land Acquisition Bill allowing the government to acquire land for public-private-partnership (PPP) projects Talking to media here, Sharma said that they would be putting up…

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