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JIL introduces AC Black

PANAJI: THE Punjab-based Jagatjit Industries Ltd (JIL), the makers of `Aristocrat’ brand of Indian made foreign liquor (IMFL), has launched the `AC Black’ whisky in the Goa market.

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Govt mulls freezing of bank accounts found suspicious

NEW DELHI: The Finance Ministry is likely to recommend freezing and closure of bank accounts found suspicious during the ongoing exercise by banks to collect information under the ‘Know Your Customer’(KYC) norms.

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Bank reform chief sees Basel compromise

VIENNA: A top central banker and regulator said some proposals in new capital rules for banks would be eased to ensure the industry can adjust to the new standards through retained earnings and reasonable fundraisings.

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Industry grows by 17.6% in April

NEW DELHI: Industrial output rose 17.6 per cent in April, growing in double digits for the seventh straight month, on good showing by manufacturing, particularly capital and consumer goods. In comparison, industry grew by 1.1 per cent in April last year.

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Coke to promote anti-obesity drive

MEXICO CITY: Soft-drink major Coca-Cola will pull its products out of nearly 300,000 public schools in Mexico in an effort to comply with the government’s call to reduce obesity among children.

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India’s broadband airwaves auction to fetch $8.6 b

NEW DELHI: With the auction of airwaves for broadband services concluding Friday after 117 rounds over 16 days, the government is set to reap yet another bonanza of $8.6 billion that promises to prune the country’s fiscal deficit even further.

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Sensex rises for third day, advances 143 pts on IIP data

MUMBAI: The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex today regained the 17,000 points level after rising by 143 points on buying by funds following impressive industrial growth data and firming trends in global markets. The 30-share index advanced further by 142.87 points to close at 17,064.95 points. The barometer had risen by 305 points in last two trading sessions.

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Bicholim Urban Co-op Bank

PANAJI: The Bicholim Urban Co-operative Bank chairman  Mr  Umesh N P Zantye informed about the impressive progress made by the bank, said a press release. A cursory look at the financial parameters as on 31.03.2005 and 31.03.2010 reflected that share capital increased from Rs 3.59 crores to Rs 8.16 crores giving growth of 127 per cent.

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