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Sensex down 29 pts as rate hike fears persist

MUMBAI: Extending its losses for the second consecutive session, the BSE benchmark Sensex on Thursday closed 29 points down in choppy trade as fears of a second rate hike and weak global cues continued to weigh on the investor sentiment.

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Indian air traffic continues to rise

NEW DELHI: Air traffic in India continued to show a marked improvement since the financial downturn in the past two years, with total passengers carried recording about 135 lakh in the second quarter, compared with over 118 lakh in the first.

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‘Lets Rock’ with Tata Indicom

PANAJI: Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Ltd has announced the new variant from one of its winning product – ‘Let’s Rock’. The product is crafted keeping in mind the inherent need of today’s youth to be with their group all the time.

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Exhibition on computer technology at Jetking

PANAJI: Jetking based at Pelican Building, opposite Lohia Maidan in Margao has organised an exhibition on ‘Computer Technology’ from July 14 to 18.

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GSL employees bag Rajbhasha Award

PANAJI: Three GSL employees have been conferred with National Award in the 44th All India Level Hindi Typing Competitions for their efforts towards promoting the Official Language Policy of the central government.

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Sattari Co-Op Society announces festive offer

VALPOI: The Sattari Taluka Farmer’s Co-Operative Society has announced its annual festive offer ‘Sattari Bazaar’ a unique one-roof shopping facility.

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Petrol prices to be reviewed monthly

NEW DELHI: State-owned IOC, BPCL and HPCL on Wednesday decided to have a uniform petrol price despite government giving them freedom to price the fuel and said they will revise prices once a month based on input cost.

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Costly fuel pushes up June inflation to 10.55%

NEW DELHI: Higher fuel prices pushed up inflation to 10.55 per cent in June, which may prompt the Reserve Bank to hike its key policy rates further in its forthcoming review of the monetary policy.

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First direct India-Australia air link by Oct-Nov

NEW DELHI: The first direct air link between India and Australia would be established by Air India when it launches non-stop flights from Delhi to Melbourne by October-November this year.

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LPG delivery at a time of customers’ choice

NEW DELHI: No longer would working professionals have to take the day off, or leave office early, to get a LPG cylinder refill. Instead, for a paltry fee of up to Rs 50, they can now get it delivered at a time of their own choosing on any given day.

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