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Dhanteras: <strong>Gold</strong>, silver sales to surge on lower prices

Dhanteras: Gold, silver sales to surge on lower prices

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Brisk buying of gold and silver on Dhanteras day on Tuesday is likely to push jewellery and coin sales by up to 30 percent compared to last year's.

Gold,   Dhanteras,   gold value,   gold price,   market,   festive season,  
Jaitley to hold <strong>budget</strong> collection meet later this month

Jaitley to hold budget collection meet later this month

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley is expected to hold a review-cum-strategy meeting of top I-T Commissioners in the country later this month to bolster revenue collection work.

Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   review-cum-strategy meeting,   budget collection meet,   I-T Commissioners,   revenue collection,   CBDT,  
<strong>Gold</strong>, silver rebound on festive buying, global cues

Gold, silver rebound on festive buying, global cues

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Gold prices recovered by Rs 75 to Rs 27,775 per 10 grams in the national capital on Monday on the back of increased buying by jewellers and retailers amid ongoing festive season and firming global trend.

Gold,   silver,   festive buying,   gold demand,   festive season,   gold value,   market,   Asian market,  
Indians win six medals with two <strong>gold</strong> in Para Asian Games

Indians win six medals with two gold in Para Asian Games

20 Oct 2014

Incheon: India opened their gold medal account with two track and field athletes bagging the yellow metal in a haul of six medals on the second day of competitions at the Para Asian Games here on Monday.

Indian athletes,   Para Asian Games,  
Government to re-look at <strong>gold</strong> import curbs after Diwali: Arun Jaitley

Government to re-look at gold import curbs after Diwali: Arun Jaitley

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Faced with 5-fold rise in gold imports that is pushing up the current account deficit, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said the government would look at re-imposing curbs on gold imports after Diwali.

Gold imports,   Current account deficit,   CAD,   Finance Minister,   Arun Jaitley,   Modi government,   Diwali,  
<strong>Gold</strong>, silver declines on sluggish demand global cues

Gold, silver declines on sluggish demand global cues

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Snapping its three-day winning streak, gold prices fell Rs 160 to Rs 27,700 per ten gram in the national capital on Saturday owing to easing demand at prevailing higher levels amidst a weak global trend.

Gold,   silver,   gold demand,   global market,   gold value,   gold price,  
<strong>Gold</strong>, silver extend gains on seasonal buying global cues

Gold, silver extend gains on seasonal buying global cues

17 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Gold continued its rising streak for the third day and rose by Rs 20 to Rs 27,860 per ten grams in the national capital on Friday on festive season demand from jewellers and retailers amid a firming global trend.

Gold,   silver,   seasonal buying,   global cues,   market,   gold value,   gold price,  
Hudhud <strong>effect</strong>: 40 trains canceled

Hudhud effect: 40 trains canceled

11 Oct 2014

New Delhi: As cyclone "Hudhud" advances towards Odisha and Andhra Pradesh, railways have canceled the movement of about 40 trains between Bhubaneswar and Visakhapatnam and diverted many trains to other routes for safety.

cyclone,   Hudhud,   Odisha,   Andhra Pradesh,   railways,   canceled,  40 trains,   Bhubaneswar,   Visakhapatnam,   diverted routes,   trains,  
<strong>Gold</strong>, silver surge on festive demand global cues

Gold, silver surge on festive demand global cues

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Gold prices rose further by Rs 190 to Rs 27,840 per ten grams in the national capital on Thursday on sustained buying by jewellers and retailers amid festive season demand and weakening rupee.

Gold,   silver,   festive demand,   gold value,   gold demand,   market,   Asian market,   ,  
With seizures up, Indian <strong>gold</strong> smuggling loses its shine

With seizures up, Indian gold smuggling loses its shine

17 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Gold smuggling into India, the world's second-biggest consumer of the precious metal, is becoming more risky for couriers following a surge in seizures and less profitable for the gangs behind the practice.

Indian gold smuggling,   India,   gold smuggling,   Couriers,   high fees,   legal imports,   Smuggling,  

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