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Ample trading opportunities in specific scrips

In coming week, we expect Nifty to extend its prevailing consolidate phase and trade within a broader range of 7950-8250. Meanwhile, traders would continue to find ample trading opportunities on stock specific front. We maintain our positive bias on banking counters alongside with media and selective counters from energy space during the coming week. Please like & share: Read More »

‘Pharma industry has boosted industrial printing’

Suresh Borkar’s passion in printing technology began right from schooldays. When he started working, he realised that there was a vast potential for entrepreneurship in the field as commercial printing was on a surge and there were many developments happening in the industry. With hands-on experience he was confident of success and started his own press in December 1974 How ... Read More »

Adding value to farm produce

Organic farm produce commands premium value in markets around the world and the government’s decision to encourage this mode of farming in three talukas is aimed at raising the value of grain, vegetables and fruits grown in Goa. MICHAEL FISHER talks to farmers and entrepreneurs who have shunned chemical fertilisers for natural nutrients in order to move up the value ... Read More »

CORLIM INDUSTRIAL ESTATE Crying for attention

Issues such as land encroachment and garbage have given Corlim Industrial Estate a bad name. Despite being one of the oldest estates in the state, it is in urgent need of upgradation, discovers Shoma Patnaik Industrial estates are the crux of MSME development in India, with the centre stressing on the need for dedicated production areas only for small units. ... Read More »

Art of portfolio diversification

By team B&C The mutual fund services segment is a rapidly developing industry in India and the role of financial planning is gaining a lot of importance. We have seen turbulent times in the stock and debt markets so diversification of portfolio is very important. The different types of mutual fund schemes that are available are explained herein and investors ... Read More »

Smartphone makers dial up growth

Smartphone-makers are in a race to the bottom of India’s economic pyramid as they battle for customers in the fast-growing low-end market segment where analysts say opportunities are vast. India is now the quickest-expanding smartphone market globally and the third-largest market after China and the United States, according to Britain-based consultancy Canalys. India “is a market that offers huge potential ... Read More »

GOA’S WATER SUPPLY A low pressure flow

The state government in 2012 had announced an ambitious plan of providing 12-hour uninterrupted drinking water everyday within the next 2 years and 24-hour supply within the next 5 years. But in reality, consumers and industries in particular continue to reel under acute water shortage during the peak season of November to May. The need of the hour is improving ... Read More »

Adapting to changing times

A small manufacturing unit of fibre glass products, Lloyd Industries based in Kundaim is continuing to stay buoyant despite changing circumstances, discovers SHOMA PATNAIK On a Thursday afternoon, a day prior to Ganesh Chaturthi, the Kundaim Industrial Estate is practically deserted. The empty transport truck parked near the warehouses and the lack of people on the road gives the estate ... Read More »

A calculated move

He may have studied to be a mathematical genius, but after an unsuccessful job hunt in Goa, Parag Loliyekar ultimately decided to continue his family’s business in printing, writes MICHAEL FISHER Developing one’s own mathematical intelligence is a potential that is different and unequal. Many mathematician teachers in Goa support this theory. But this is one subject where Goa’s educational ... Read More »