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  • Buy L&T, Adani Enterprises Today: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Buy L&T, Adani Enterprises Today: Sanjeev Bhasin

    Continued weakness in oil & gold will see the return of foreign exchange traded fund (ETF) flows with rupee also strengthening over the medium term.

  • Gold Recovers on Global Cues; Silver Remains Weak

    Gold Recovers on Global Cues; Silver Remains Weak

    Gold in London, which normally sets price trend on the domestic front, added 0.2 per cent to $1,225.54 an ounce.

  • Gold Imports Seen Up, Premiums Likely To Double On Festive Buying

    Gold Imports Seen Up, Premiums Likely To Double On Festive Buying

    India's monthly gold imports are set to rise by as much 50 per cent from current levels while premiums could almost double as the country gears up for a surge in demand ahead of the year-end festivities and wedding season, industry sources said.

  • ITC Launches New Cigarette Variant

    ITC Launches New Cigarette Variant

    ITC's stable of cigarettes includes brand like Classic, Gold Flake, India Kings, Bristol Filter, Capstan Filter, Flake Filter and Flake Excel Filter.

  • Asian Games: All Eyes on Yogeshwar Dutt as India Hope to End Wrestling Gold Drought

    Asian Games: All Eyes on Yogeshwar Dutt as India Hope to End Wrestling Gold Drought

    Yogeshwar Dutt, who had also skipped the 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games, had won the bronze in the 2006 Doha Asian Games.

  • Asian Games 2014: Red-Tapism Ruins Abhinav Bindra's Preparations

    Asian Games 2014: Red-Tapism Ruins Abhinav Bindra's Preparations

    Due to national federation's delay in sending entries to Incheon, India's Olympic champion and CWG 2014 gold medallist Abhinav Bindra was forced to go back to India for a day to secure a Korean visa. This change in travel plan ruined his preparation ...

  • Gold Slides to Three-Month Low Ahead of Fed Announcement

    Gold Slides to Three-Month Low Ahead of Fed Announcement

    Gold prices drifted further to hit a fresh three-month low at the domestic bullion market here on Wednesday owing to sustained speculative selling as well as uneasy overseas sentiment ahead of the Federal Reserves decision on interest rates.

  • Gold Inches Up for Third Day; Fed Eyed for Rate Outlook

    Gold Inches Up for Third Day; Fed Eyed for Rate Outlook

    The Fed is expected to make a statement on policy decision at 1800 GMT, with markets awaiting hints on when the Fed would increase rates. Any increase in interest rates would dim the appeal of non-interest-bearing assets such as gold.

  • Pakistan Determined to Win Hockey Gold at Incheon

    Pakistan Determined to Win Hockey Gold at Incheon

    Pakistan failed to qualify for this year's World Cup in the Netherlands, and did not field a team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow due to a split in its national Olympic association.

  • Indonesian Masters Title is Special, Says HS Prannoy

    Indonesian Masters Title is Special, Says HS Prannoy

    HS Prannoy clinched Indonesian Masters Grand Prix Gold to win his first major title.

  • Gold, Silver Up on Increased Buying, Firm Global Cues

    Gold, Silver Up on Increased Buying, Firm Global Cues

    Marketmen said apart from increased buying by jewellers and retailers to meet upcoming festive season demand, a firming global trend on speculation prices near an eight-month low will spur more buying as the US Federal Reserve begins a two-day policy...

  • China Advances Gold Exchange Launch, Singapore Delays Contract

    China Advances Gold Exchange Launch, Singapore Delays Contract

    Asia, home to the world's top two gold buyers - China and India, has been clamouring to gain pricing power over the metal and challenge the dominance of London and New York in trading.

  • Asian Games: Bling Dynasty! China Hope Swim King Sun Will Shine

    Asian Games: Bling Dynasty! China Hope Swim King Sun Will Shine

    Sun Yang shot to fame in London two years ago by becoming the first Chinese man to capture Olympic swimming gold when he stormed to the 400 metres and 1500m freestyle titles.

  • Gold Imports Surge to $2.03 Billion in August

    Gold Imports Surge to $2.03 Billion in August

    After registering a decline, gold imports surged to $2.03 billion last month from $738.7 million in August 2013.

  • August Exports Grow at 5-Month Low of 2.35 Per Cent; Trade Gap at 4-Month High

    August Exports Grow at 5-Month Low of 2.35 Per Cent; Trade Gap at 4-Month High

    Growth rate of India's exports slipped to a five-month low of 2.35 per cent in August at $26.95 billion, pushing the trade deficit to $10.83 billion.

  • Gold, Silver Rebound on Global Cues

    Gold, Silver Rebound on Global Cues

    Traders said sentiments turned better after gold recovered from an eight-month low in global markets on speculation that reduced prices may spur purchases before the Federal Reserve begins a two-day policy meeting.

  • Gold Futures Up 0.33% on Global Cues

    Gold Futures Up 0.33% on Global Cues

    Analysts said the rise global markets where gold rallied from an eight-month low, on speculation that reduced prices may spur purchases before the Federal Reserve begins a two-day policy meeting supported the rise in precious metal prices at futures ...

  • 'Hope India End Hockey Gold Drought at Asian Games'

    'Hope India End Hockey Gold Drought at Asian Games'

    India have not won a gold medal in Asian Games since 1998 and former hockey striker Mervyn Fernandes said he is confident the country will regain its "golden" touch at Incheon.

  • Best Chance to Win Asian Games Gold but Wary of Pakistan: Saurav Ghosal

    Best Chance to Win Asian Games Gold but Wary of Pakistan: Saurav Ghosal

    Given a bye in the first round, Saurav Ghosal needs to win four matches to realise his gold dream. It looks rather straightforward on paper but the world number 16 says he will have to be at his best to overcome rivals from Pakistan, Malaysia and Hon...

  • Indian Embassy Organises Conference to Discuss NRI Problems

    Indian Embassy Organises Conference to Discuss NRI Problems

    Various issues faced by the NRIs, including airfares, gold import and education, was discussed at a first-of-its-kind conference with participation from representatives of various Indian state governments and Indian community.

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