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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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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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BPL families to get LPG connections at Rs 1,400

NEW DELHI: Soon below poverty line (BPL) families will get LPG connection at a subsidised rate of Rs 1,400 as the government is on the verge of finalising the scheme, Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Mr Jitin Prasada said on Tuesday.

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Panel to review deregulation of small savings rates

NEW DELHI: The Union government has set up a committee to look into deregulating interest rates on small savings instruments such as public provident fund schemes, a move aimed at linking them to market rates.

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Reliance, Samsung launches Galaxy i899 mobile

PANAJI: In a move that would redefine the Smartphone user experience in the country, Reliance Mobile and Samsung Mobile have announced the launch of India’s first Android powered CDMA handset Samsung Galaxy i899.

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Infosys’ Q1 net falls 2.6%

BANGALORE: Infosys Technologies Ltd, India’s No 2 software services exporter, lagged market estimates with a surprise 2.6 per cent drop in quarterly profit as the European debt crisis and salary increases took shine off improving US demand.

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APL families can be considered for food security scheme: PMEAC chairman

NEW DELHI: The Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council chairman, Dr C Rangarajan on Tuesday said that people above the poverty line can also be considered for the UPA’s pet food security scheme under which subsidised foodgrains will be available at ration shops as a legal right.

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