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  • Evaluators across the Region Call for a National Evaluation Policy

    New Delhi: The 5-day South-Asian Evaluation Conclave on “Making Evaluations Matter” held in the capital, concluded today with the assembled evaluators re-emphasizing the need for National Policy on Evaluation and its proper implementation. Although more than 90% of India’s development expenditure is funded by the State, most of the efforts at strengthening evaluation practices are […]

    CCCL Reports 8.48% Growth in Turnover in Q2

    Chennai: Consolidated Construction Consortium Ltd. (CCCL) (BOM:532902), an integrated construction services provider having projects in the industrial, commercial, residential, and infrastructure space has announced its Q2 results for FY 2010-2011.  For the quarter ended 30.09.10, the total revenue, on a standalone basis stood at 489.52 crores and Profit after Tax (PAT) at 13.73 crores. Interest […]

    Non linear growth in Profit on the back of Strong Performance by Product Business

     Bangalore: Subex Ltd, a leading global provider of Operations and Business Support Systems (OSS/BSS) for communications service providers, announced today that it has recorded consolidated revenue of Rs. 1,247.61 mln  (USD 27.01 mln), and consolidated net profit, before exceptional items, of Rs. 196.03 mln (USD 4.24 mln) for the quarter ended 30 September 2010. Product […]

    Gold Drops, Trims Monthly Gain, as Biggest Rally in 2 Weeks Prompts Sales

    Gold declined as the biggest rally in more than two weeks prompted some investors to sell the precious metal to lock in gains. Gold for immediate delivery dropped as much as 0.4 percent to $1,338.78 an ounce and traded at $1,340.45 at 10:37 a.m. Seoul time after yesterday climbing 1.4 percent, the biggest gain since […]

    Rubber Declines, Paring Monthly Gain, as China May Tighten Trading Rules

    Rubber declined, paring a monthly gain, as futures in Shanghai slumped amid concern that China may tighten trading rules to curb excessive speculation and data showed Japan’s industrial production dropped at a faster pace. The most-active contract lost as much as 1.5 percent to 331.6 yen per kilogram ($4,122 a metric ton) before trading at […]

    Sensex fails to maintain initial gains, down by 19 pts

    The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex failed to maintain its early morning gains and slipped 19 points at 1015 hours on profit-booking and capital outflows from foreign funds amid weak Asian cues. The 30-share index soared 64.46 points in the opening trade to 20,005.50 but declined to 19,922.18 at 1015 hours, a net loss of […]

    Rupee marginally down against US dollar in early trade

    The rupee weakened by 1 paise to Rs 44.54 against the US currency in the early trade on Friday at the Interbank Foreign Exchange, weighed down by the month-end dollar demand. Forex traders said, besides dollar demand from importers, capital outflows by foreign funds from equities also put pressure on the rupee. The rupee had […]

    Sensex soars 64 pts in opening trade, regains 20k level

    Snapping its three-day long losing streak, the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex recovered by over 64 points to regain the 20,000 level in the opening trade on Friday. Recovery in oil and gas, consumer durables and auto sector stocks, helped the Sensex trade in the positive zone shrugging-off disappointing second quarter earnings by some corporates. […]

    CWC Records Impressive Performance, Pays Rs. 14.22 Crore as Dividend to Government

    New Delhi (APN News): The Central Warehousing Corporation (CWC) presented a cheque of Rs. 14.22 crore as dividend for the year 2009-10 to Mr. Sharad Pawar, Minister of Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution here on thursday. The cheque was presented by its Managing Director, Mr. B.B. Pattanaik. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister […]

    Rubber Declines for Second Day on Concern China May Adjust Trading Rules

    Rubber slumped a second day on concerns that China, the largest buyer, may impose stringent measures to limit speculation and lower commodity prices. The April-delivery contract declined as much as 0.9 percent to 334 yen per kilogram ($4,092 a metric ton) on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange before trading at 335.6 yen at 11:04 a.m. local […]