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April Print Edition Preview : Fourth Edition for April

Indian Mobile users will enjoy lower roaming and STD calls as Airtel annouces big price cut. Bharti is also planning to buy stake in South Africa's mobile services major MTN Group. Auto companies are looking for expansion. TVS Motors reports higher sales. KPS Gill loses the post of IHF Chief.

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April Print Edition Preview : Third Edition for April

Indian Technology major Infosys Technologies plans a Development Centre in Kolkata. NDA urges UPA government to control the inflation. Opposition gets a chance to highlight the increasing commodity prices for Political benefits. Stock Markets remain rangebound with investors showing confidence in select Technology and Pharmaceutical Stocks. Telecom Major
BSNL offers insurance plans to its customers.

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April Print Edition Preview : Second Edition for April

Indian Mobile phone users are growing quite fast. Cheaper mobile handsets and lower calling rates have made it possible for Telecom companies to show robust growth numbers. Toyota Motors to invest more money in India. The company is also planning to launch a small car by year 2010. Akshay Kumar among most paid Bollywood Stars.

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March Print Edition Preview : First Edition for March

Finance Minister offered benefits to Tax-payers and Farmers in the Budget to grab more votes in upcoming elections. Most of the companies are not very happy with the Budget. Stock Markets turned weak on fears of slowdown in the United States and in India as well. Telecom Major BSNL offers insurance plans to its customers.

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February Print Edition Preview : Fourth Edition for February

Mr. Zardari and Nawaz Sharif emerge strongly in Pakistan Elections. Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav plans to offer better services and world class Railway Stations. Stock Markets try to recover but selling pressure continues at higher levels.

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  • Naxal attacks on rise.
  • Indian Under-19 Cricket Team performing good.
  • Stock Picks: IFCI, Satyam Computers and JP Associates.

  • February Fourth Edition.

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February Print Edition Preview : Third Edition for February

Indian Stock markets trade weak as US markets remain range-bound. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are in a close fight for US Presidential election democratic nomination. Software Giant Microsoft annouces takeover of Software firm Danger.

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  • Reliance Natural Resources collects Rs 5600 crore despite weak stock markets.
  • Petrol and Diesel prices increased.
  • Stock Picks: Suzlon Energy, PNB, ICICI Bank (on declines).

  • February Third Edition.

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February Print Edition Preview : Second Edition for February

Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav indicates that the budget will be "people friendly". Reliance Retail is bullish on Indian retail sector and plans to invest Rs 25,000 crore to various store formats across the country. HDFC Bank or ICICI Bank may merge with Centurion Bank of Punjab.

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February Print Edition Preview : First Edition for February

India Inc. is still confident about growth story. Most of the companies accounced positve results but stock markets are still looking weak. Indian Cricket fans happy as Harbhajan Singh was cleared from racism charges by ICC. Asus offers Eee PC for Indian consumers.

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  • Microsoft desires to acquire Yahoo! Inc.
  • Maruti reports rise in vehicle sales.
  • Stock Picks for long term: Reliance Power, Ranbaxy and Jain Irrigation.

  • February First Edition.

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January Print Edition Preview : Fourth Edition for January

India Celebrates its 59th Repulic Day. Stock Markets witness the biggest crash in history with trading halted for one hour after decline of more than 10 percent. Markets remained volatile as Global signals were weak. Asian markets corrected as well. India and France plan many collective projects and better business among the two nations. Online gaming picks up in China.

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January Print Edition Preview : Third Edition for January

Indian Stock Markets may decline as Global signals are very weak. Investors are suggested to book profits and stay away for next two weeks. General Motors is bullish about Indian Auto market. Team India waits for ICC decision regarding ban on Harbhajan Singh. Investors  showed tremendous interest in Reliance Power IPO.

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January Print Edition Preview : Second Edition for January

The stock markets in United States have been weak, but Indian markets have crossed 21,000 in first few trading sessions of New Year. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is ready for his China Visit and the plans for Sri Lanka visit are not confirmed yet. Britney Spears has managed to remain in news, but the Pop diva is getting into more troubles with every passing day. Investors are excited about Reliance Power IPO.

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January Print Edition Preview : First Edition for January

After winning Elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, BJP is having an eye on centre again. Situation under control in Pakistan. Goa refuses SEZ. TopNews wishes a great new year to all the viewers and Investors. Indian Stock markets are holding strong, but US markets looking weak.

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December Print Edition Preview : Fifth Edition for December

Indian Telecom sector is all set to witness a new revolution. Companies are fighting for spectrum, selling towers, searching for new partners and DOT is trying to keep everyone happy. SBI plans to merge all associate banks by year 2009. Rights issue is coming in 2008. RBI wants banks to reduce ATM charges for cross bank transactions.

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October Print Edition Preview : Fifth Edition for October

After Mukesh Ambani's plans for Bihar, younger brother Anil is ready to invest in Bhopal. Sonia Gandhi urges India to learn from China. Narendra Modi is ready for Gujarat Elections. NRI groom arrested in dowry case in Punjab.

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  • Anil Ambani plans to invest in Madhya Pradesh.
  • Microsoft xBox coming soon in India.
  • Stock Picks: Reliance, Rajesh Exports, Parsvnath Developers, Hindalco and Torrent Power.

  • October Fifth Edition.

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October Print Edition Preview : Fourth Edition for October

Indian Stock markets scaled a new high, but could not sustain at higher levels. The lack of buying support from FIIs and selling from private mutual funds dragged key indices down. Indian telecom sector is ready to see a revolution as many international players are planning to enter Indian market. Hero Honda launches 150 cc Hunk.

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October Print Edition Preview : Third Edition for October

Telecom Players are having an eye on Indian Telecom market. Vodafone plans to invest more money in India. Bharti Airtel is already having plans to double its user base. Congress escapes poilitcal troubles and Nuke deal is not on the cards for next several months. Stock Markets are looking strong and 19000 is next target. Google offers Gphone. Apple Inc. expects better results in coming quarter.

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October Print Edition Preview : Second Edition for October

Bharti Tele becomes largest private sector Telecom Company in India and among Top 10 in the world in terms of subscriber base. US Dollar remains weak; analysts expect to go up to Rs 39. Stock Markets look strong and ready to touch 18000. Sunita Williams shares her views with Indian Scientists.

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  • Nokia buys Navteq and will offer mapping solutions in handhelds.
  • Reliance Power to file IPO.
  • Stock Picks: SAIL, Satyam, Reliance, Reliance Petroleum and SBI.

October Second Edition

October Print Edition Preview : First Edition for October

Indians have a reason to feel proud! Team Indian has won First Twenty20 World Cup after beating Pakistan. Captain Dhoni has proved his worth. As the Indian Team has cheered India, Stock Markets have also crossed 17000. Small investors to celebrate as mutual funds offer good return on their portfolios. The UPA government continues to struggle the opposition of Left Front.

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September Print Edition Preview : Fourth Edition for September

As the Stock Markets have gained a lot in past trading sessions, the 17,000 target seems very close now. Indians are ready to fight with Pakistani Cricket Team in finals of Twenty20 World Cup. Nuclear deal became a head-ache for Congress as United States want to sign the deal at earliest while Ram Setu controversy continues.

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  • Advani Vs DMK Chief Karunanidhi.
  • Indians confident of winning Cricket World Cup.
  • Stock Picks: BHEL, Infosys, Suzlon, TCS, Reliance, HDFC Bank and SAIL.

September Fourth Edition

September Print Edition Preview : Third Edition for September

Mayawati Goverment has dismissed more Police recruits appointed during Mulayam Singh Government. Pakistan Government deported Nawaz Sharif and political situation in the country is tense. The Stock
markets are strong and analysts suggest that 17,000 can be touched soon. Reliance seems to be favorite of Technical Analysts.

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