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August 31, 2019



BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, August 12, 2019
RIL has built a unique portfolio extremely valuable assets in the world's fastest growing economy, says Mukesh Ambani; each of our businesses is contributing to the transformation of India, adds Ambani


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August 8, 2019



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August 1, 2019



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August 1, 2019



BusinessToday.In
July 19, 2019
Equity markets plunged sharply with benchmark indices losing almost 1.50% each, amid heavy selling in auto and financial stocks. BSE Sensex closed 560 points down at 38,337 against the last close of 38,897.46. NSE Nifty50 ended at 11,419, declining by 177 points against the last close of 11,474.


BusinessToday.In
June 3, 2019
Share Market Live: Nifty 50 has made an intraday high as well as new high of 12,098 after crossing the earlier high of 12,041.5, whereas Sensex is trading at the all time high of 40,283, a rise of 569 points.


BusinessToday.In
May 29, 2019
Except IT sector, all the other indices ended in the red in today's trade. Biggest fall in today's trade was seen in PSU Bank, which was down 2.8%, followed by Auto, Media, Infra, Energy and Metal, each declining over 1%. Only gaining sector of the day was IT, up 0.66%.


BusinessToday.In
May 22, 2019
Share Market Update:  Indian Benchmark indices extended gains in the afternoon session to close on the positive side, backed up by gains in Bank, Realty, Auto and Financial Services. However, India Vix index, that subjects volatility in the market, was up at 27, ahead of counting of Lok Sabha Election 2019 to be done on May 23.


BusinessToday.In
May 10, 2019
Share Market Updates: The Indian equities ended lower in choppy trade for the eighth stright session on Friday, tracking weak cues from Asian peers.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 22, 2019
There are at least 450 shipments trucks lying stranded at the Wagah Attari border, carrying at least 95,000 bags of cement and thousands of tons of gypsum and granite, in the backdrop of tension on the border after Pulwama attack.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 22, 2019
At the Wagah Attari border  hundreds of trucks, filled with shipments to be sent to India have been lying stranded for over 11 days.   The trucks are filled with tons of cement, granite, gypsum and dry dates. Traders have  been told to go back by the border security forces at the Wagah border. The reason is the sudden steep hike in customs duty as a fallout of the Pulwama attacks. Watch the video for more.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 21, 2019
How traders in Pakistan are hit after India's customs duty hikeTraders in Pakistan have been severely hit after India raised customs duty on the import of all Pakistani goods by over 200 per cent. Reports say, traders, especially those dealing in fresh fruits, cement, and cotton with India, have been affected as the high customs duty has almost put an end to the entire export activity with India.  The ripple effect of the customs duty hike will ultimately affect small traders who are sta...


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February 4, 2019



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February 1, 2019



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January 28, 2019



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January 23, 2019



Reuters
New Delhi, January 18, 2019
Much of the cost of the extra spending or revenue losses would have to be borne by the government that will take charge after the election due by May.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 2, 2019
Most of the construction material items attract 18 per cent GST, while cement attracts 28 per cent tax.


PTI
December 27, 2018



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