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Week ended 10 April in pictures

  • Week ended 10 April in pictures

    Week ended 10 April in pictures

  • <b>Book your Nano</b>
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Customers fill forms for the Tata Nano at a showroom in Mumbai on Thursday, April 9, the day bookings for the small car opened.
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<b>Picture by Divyakant Solanki</b>

    Book your Nano

    Customers fill forms for the Tata Nano at a showroom in Mumbai on Thursday, April 9, the day bookings for the small car opened.

    Picture by Divyakant Solanki

  • <b>Rising Sensex</b>
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The benchmark index, the Sensex, surged almost 13% (1,236 points) in six straight trading sessions.

    Rising Sensex

    The benchmark index, the Sensex, surged almost 13% (1,236 points) in six straight trading sessions.

  • <b>IIP contracts 1.2%</b>
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Industrial production contracted by 1.2 per cent in February, as compared to a 9.5 per cent growth a year ago, despite stimulus packages announced by the government.

    IIP contracts 1.2%

    Industrial production contracted by 1.2 per cent in February, as compared to a 9.5 per cent growth a year ago, despite stimulus packages announced by the government.

  • <b>Inflation eases to 0.26%</b>
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Inflation declined to 0.26 per cent, the lowest ever in more than three decades, for the week ended March 28 mainly due to cheaper food items and mineral products.

    Inflation eases to 0.26%

    Inflation declined to 0.26 per cent, the lowest ever in more than three decades, for the week ended March 28 mainly due to cheaper food items and mineral products.

  • <b>SBI, IDBI Bank cut rates</b>
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SBI, the country&#39;s largest lender, slashed its deposit rates across various maturities by 25-50 basis points, IDBI Bank reduced its benchmark prime lending rates by 50 basis points to 13 per cent.

    SBI, IDBI Bank cut rates

    SBI, the country's largest lender, slashed its deposit rates across various maturities by 25-50 basis points, IDBI Bank reduced its benchmark prime lending rates by 50 basis points to 13 per cent.

  • <b>RIL to enter fuel retailing in US, Europe</b>
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Reliance Industries&#39; (RIL) decision to sell fuel in the US and Europe comes almost a year after the company closed retail operations in India. RIL plans to sell petrol directly to outlets in the US. After evaluating the US response, it will start selling diesel to bulk consumers in Europe.

    RIL to enter fuel retailing in US, Europe

    Reliance Industries' (RIL) decision to sell fuel in the US and Europe comes almost a year after the company closed retail operations in India. RIL plans to sell petrol directly to outlets in the US. After evaluating the US response, it will start selling diesel to bulk consumers in Europe.

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