Rahul Gandhi assets, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Gold imports, Industrial production on April 12, 2014

Sat Apr 12 2014, 19:47 hrs
The number of real estate assets owned by Rahul Gandhi has declined since 2009 as he has sold the two shops he owned in a mall and exited another agricultural property in Haryana. He continues to own a share in the inherited farm in Sultanpur Village in Delhi. Graph: PTI
The number of real estate assets owned by Rahul Gandhi has declined since 2009 as he has sold the two shops he owned in a mall and exited another agricultural property in Haryana. He continues to own a share in the inherited farm in Sultanpur Village in Delhi. Graph: PTI
Both key indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty registered new highs and managed to gain for the third week in a row even as trading witnessed extreme volatility and profit-bookings during the truncated week. Graph: PTI
Both key indices BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty registered new highs and managed to gain for the third week in a row even as trading witnessed extreme volatility and profit-bookings during the truncated week. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Extending gains for the fourth straight day, gold prices moved up by another Rs 108 to trade at 29,311 per 10 gram on sustained demand from jewellers and stockists for wedding season. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Extending gains for the fourth straight day, gold prices moved up by another Rs 108 to trade at 29,311 per 10 gram on sustained demand from jewellers and stockists for wedding season. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver imports declined 40 per cent to USD 33.46 billion in 2013-14 mainly due to restrictions imposed by the government on inbound shipments of the precious metal to narrow the current account deficit. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver imports declined 40 per cent to USD 33.46 billion in 2013-14 mainly due to restrictions imposed by the government on inbound shipments of the precious metal to narrow the current account deficit. Graph: PTI
India's current account deficit (CAD), which is the excess of foreign exchange outflows over inflows, touched a historic high of 4.8 per cent of GDP in 2012-13, mainly due to rising imports of petroleum products and gold. Graph: PTI
India's current account deficit (CAD), which is the excess of foreign exchange outflows over inflows, touched a historic high of 4.8 per cent of GDP in 2012-13, mainly due to rising imports of petroleum products and gold. Graph: PTI
After feeble signs of a recovery, industrial production once again slipped into negative territory and contracted 1.9 per cent in February due to poor performance in manufacturing, especially capital goods. Graph: PTI
After feeble signs of a recovery, industrial production once again slipped into negative territory and contracted 1.9 per cent in February due to poor performance in manufacturing, especially capital goods. Graph: PTI
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