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Maintain strict stop loss In line with prevailing bias, the domestic markets traded under pressure on Friday and slipped below the crucial support levels. It was mainly due to cautiousness among the participants ahead of the two important macro-economic data: CPI inflation and IIP.

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Good for medium to long term investment

Caprihans India incorporated in 1946 is a subsidiary of Bilcare Research GMBH. It is one of the largest manufacturers of PVC Films. The company’s financial results for second quarter 2014-15 reveals an increase of 31.6 per cent in net profit on a revenue increase of 5 per cent. 

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The master D’Ziner

With three outlets in the state, Andrew David Fernandes, the man behind the popular D’ziners brand of wedding suits and gowns, has come a long way since he took over his father’s shop in Bombay

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Tough decisions ahead

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ campaign is drawing adherents. The idea is to generate the synergy that made China the world’s manufacturer.

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Tulip Group banks of ‘True Lab’

New products and fructifying projects means that Tulip Group, Verna, is performing robustly in 2014-15 with financials expected to maintain momentum in the year ahead, reports Shoma Patnaik

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Twinkling Xmas lights

By team B&C Xmas lights are out early this year. Usually they are strung a week before Christmas. But last Wednesday one spotted several homes with twinkly lights around the balcony. If bling is in vogue in haute couture clothing, it is blink or flickering lights that is the latest for Christmas.

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Strategising career moves

By Binayak Datta Just to recapitulate, we spoke of competition, sense of urgency and making things happen, we spoke of goal setting and last month we spoke of our talents and strengths in the context of our career and our plans. We now speak of your very own career strategy.

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‘Medical infrastructure can be improved in Goa’

At a time when doctors in general are not willing to travel to interiors, Dr Anusuya Dhulapkar comes as a breath of fresh air. The lady runs a 20-bed hospital with all specialty services. The hospital has on board surgeons, physiotherapists, gynecologists and in all about eight to ten doctors. She says a hospital is not like other business venture …

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