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Following are the top business
stories at 1900 hours today:
New Delhi: In a big 'Make in India' push, the Reserve Bank today came out with fresh tender for currency security features, mandating that the supplier set up the manufacturing unit in the country within two years and gradually increase the local content.
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Mumbai: Showing renewed strength, the Nifty closed above the 9,900 level for the first time and the Sensex set a fresh life high today, building on optimism about corporate earnings.
New Delhi: Markets regulator Sebi will soon pass order on global auditing firm Price Waterhouse for its alleged negligence and lapses in a nearly decade-old corporate fraud case involving Satyam Computer Services, regulatory officials said.
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Mumbai: After a brief pause, the rupee today regained momentum to log a fresh one-month high of 64.35 by rising 10 paise on bouts of dollar unwinding by exporters.
New Delhi: The US has not made any 'comprehensive changes' in its work visa programmes, including H-1B visas, so far despite India taking up the issue with the American government from time to time, Parliament was informed today.
New Delhi: Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) today attained a market valuation of over Rs 5 lakh crore, becoming the second firm after TCS to achieve this milestone.
New Delhi: The Communications Ministry will "analyse" the impact of Goods and Services Tax on telecom subscribers, and approach the Finance Ministry in case consumers or players face "genuine problems", Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha said today.
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New Delhi: Gold prices today got below the Rs 29,000-mark by sinking Rs 100 to Rs 28,950 per 10 grams, dragged down by slack demand from local jewellers, even as the metal made headway overseas.