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Making a strong pitch before foreign investors at the World Economic Forum, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu said the state offers great opportunities in areas ranging from technology
Rupee logs worst drop in 7 weeks vs USD  (29 January 07:47 pm) 
Month-end dollar demand affected the rupee
The government on Thursday fixed Rs 358 a share as the floor price for up to 10 per cent stake sale in Coal India on Friday, which may help the exchequer garner about Rs 22,600 crore (Rs 226 billion)
BSE offers a platform to whistleblowers  (29 January 07:47 pm) 
Participants can provide anonymous feedback on market manipulation.
Jhunjhunwala bought 30 lakh shares of Man Infraconstruction for Rs 11 cr.
India allows foreign investors to buy upto $81 bn
India has 95.76 cr telephone subscribers  (29 January 07:47 pm) 
The wireless subscriber base has increased to 93.02 crore.
Bharti Airtel to apply for payment bank  (29 January 07:47 pm) 
Kotak Mahindra Bank to have a 19.9% stake in the proposed banking venture.
Mamata Banerjee painted a bright future for industry in Durgapur.
Gold lost its sheen with prices falling by Rs 120 to Rs 28,300.
Singapore-based Tigerair has terminated its passenger swapping pact with Spicejet over a year after the two budget carriers forged the inter-line arrangements.
In 10 sessions Sensex rose over 8%
IBM, Nokia Oyj, Microsoft cases could now be resolved
BSE Midcap index, down 0.2%; Smallcap index, trading flat
Dubbed WorkMail, it will launch in Q2
Rupee down 12 paise against dollar  (29 January 01:46 pm) 
Month-end dollar demand affected the rupee
Currently, Maruti Suzuki has 14 car brands, but it has decided to expand into some new segments.
The rupee fell by seven paise to 61.48 against the dollar in early trade on Thursday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange due to appreciation of the Greenback against other currencies overseas.
Benchmark indices have remained subdued, amid range bound trading, with the losses in select index heavyweights like HDFC and ICICI Bank weighing the most on markets.
\'Our mandate is to work in a transparent manner, keeping two objectives in mind - consumer interest and growth of the telecom sector.\'
Getting the balance between fiscal restraint and growth-contracting policy remains a problem.
Benchmark indices have opened lower, amid weak global cues, ahead of the expiry of January derivative contracts later today.
Hong Kong is the world\'s freest economy according to the Index of Economic Freedom 2015.
Are you creating black money unwittingly?  (29 January 08:46 am) 
Tax rules that could land you in trouble
Global expansion to drive the company\'s fortunes