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Week ended 03 April in pictures

  • Week ended 03 April in pictures

    Week ended 03 April in pictures

  • <b>The PM at G20</b>
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Manmohan Singh pushed for the end of protectionism at the Summit, which saw world leaders agree to a $1.1 trillion stimulus package to revive the global economy.

    The PM at G20

    Manmohan Singh pushed for the end of protectionism at the Summit, which saw world leaders agree to a $1.1 trillion stimulus package to revive the global economy.

  • <b>Inflation rises marginally</b>
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Inflation rose marginally to 0.31 per cent for the week ended March 21 as prices of certain food items such as tea, gur, aerated water and imported edible oil rose.

    Inflation rises marginally

    Inflation rose marginally to 0.31 per cent for the week ended March 21 as prices of certain food items such as tea, gur, aerated water and imported edible oil rose.

  • <b>Satyam modifies bidding terms</b>
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Satyam Computer Services modified the bidding process to ensure that if no bid comes within at least 90 per cent of the highest bid, the highest bidder would be declared the final buyer.

    Satyam modifies bidding terms

    Satyam Computer Services modified the bidding process to ensure that if no bid comes within at least 90 per cent of the highest bid, the highest bidder would be declared the final buyer.

  • <b>Markets continue to rise</b>
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Markets rallied for the fourth straight week, the most since August 2008, backed by global rally and fresh capital inflows. The Sensex ended with a gain of 300 points, and has gained over 2,000 points in the last four weeks.

    Markets continue to rise

    Markets rallied for the fourth straight week, the most since August 2008, backed by global rally and fresh capital inflows. The Sensex ended with a gain of 300 points, and has gained over 2,000 points in the last four weeks.

  • <b>BJP releases manifesto</b>
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BJP releases manifesto for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, and revives its pet Hindutva themes of rebuilding Ram temple at Ayodhya and abrogation of Article 370 giving special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Its manifesto also calls for increasing the income tax exemption limit to Rs 3 lakh.

    BJP releases manifesto

    BJP releases manifesto for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, and revives its pet Hindutva themes of rebuilding Ram temple at Ayodhya and abrogation of Article 370 giving special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Its manifesto also calls for increasing the income tax exemption limit to Rs 3 lakh.

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