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Sensex sheds 48 points as FIIs look for safe havens

MUMBAI: The BSE benchmark Sensex dropped for the second straight session today and ended 48 points down as investors preferred to stay away from riskier assets like stocks amid worries over the pace of the global recovery.

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Air fares have risen with 10% service tax

NEW DELHI: Domestic and international air fares have been hiked effective July 1 by Rs 103 and Rs 515, respectively with a  government notification stating to bring air travel into the service tax ambit.

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BK Birla to continue as chairman of the group

KOLKATA: Basant Kumar Birla Thursday confirmed that he would continue to be the chairman of the B.K. Birla Group of companies and all the businesses would go to his grandson, Kumar Mangalam Birla, after his demise.

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Goa Handicrafts online market

PANAJI: Goa Handicrafts, Rural & Small Scale Industries Development Corporation Ltd (GHRSSIDC) has launched its eportal for marketing of Goan Handicrafts.

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Kulkarni re-nomination as MbPT Trustee

PANAJI: The Union Ministry of Shipping has reappointed Mr S R Kulkarni as a trustee, representing the labour employed in Mumbai Port, for a period of two years from April 1 to March 31.

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Sesa Goa conducts free eye camp

PANJIM: Sesa Goa Ltd as a part of their CSR initiative organized a day long free Eye Camp at Betki Khandola on June 20th,10. The camp was aimed at treating and providing free eye-care services to the people of rural areas.

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Sesa’s pig iron plant wins safety award

PANJIM: Sesa Industries Ltd’s pig iron plant won consolation prize in Category C (251 and above workers) for 2009. The Prize was received by Mr. N. L. Vhatte- Business Manager (PIP) at the hands of Chief Minister Mr Digamber Kamat.

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Sensex ignores positive domestic cues, falls 191 points

MUMBAI: The BSE benchmark Sensex today nosedived over 190 points on selling pressure across sectors, particularly metal and realty, notwithstanding feel-good factors such as a fall in food prices and rise in exports.

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