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Railways revenue earnings, Indian rupee, BSE Sensex, NSE Nifty, Gold price on Feb 18, 2014

Tue Feb 18 2014, 19:02 hrs
Taking note of inordinate delays in execution of railway projects due to problem in land acquisition, a parliamentary committee has recommended amendment in the Railway Act 1989 to make the process easier. Graph: PTI
Taking note of inordinate delays in execution of railway projects due to problem in land acquisition, a parliamentary committee has recommended amendment in the Railway Act 1989 to make the process easier. Graph: PTI
In its latest report, the Standing Committee on Railways has expressed dissatisfaction at the oft-repeated explanations given by Railways for delay in execution of projects because of issues over land acquisition and forestry clearances among others. Graph: PTI
In its latest report, the Standing Committee on Railways has expressed dissatisfaction at the oft-repeated explanations given by Railways for delay in execution of projects because of issues over land acquisition and forestry clearances among others. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. The Indian rupee fell 36 paise, its biggest loss in three weeks, to close at 62.20 versus the dollar today as pent up demand of the American currency and a drop in regional currencies weighed. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee through the day against US dollar. The Indian rupee fell 36 paise, its biggest loss in three weeks, to close at 62.20 versus the dollar today as pent up demand of the American currency and a drop in regional currencies weighed. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. The local currency dropped on a day when the equity benchmark Sensex spurted by over 170 points. Graph: PTI
Indian rupee vs US dollar. The local currency dropped on a day when the equity benchmark Sensex spurted by over 170 points. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. The BSE barometer, Sensex ended 170.15 points higher at 20,634.21 points, while the NSE's Nifty ended 53.80 points higher at 6,127 points as benchmark indices gained on Tuesday extending gains after the finance minister P. Chidambaram on Monday said that the fiscal deficit will be contained at 4.6% of GDP in FY14 in his Budget 2014 speech. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex Intraday Movement. The BSE barometer, Sensex ended 170.15 points higher at 20,634.21 points, while the NSE's Nifty ended 53.80 points higher at 6,127 points as benchmark indices gained on Tuesday extending gains after the finance minister P. Chidambaram on Monday said that the fiscal deficit will be contained at 4.6% of GDP in FY14 in his Budget 2014 speech. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. On Monday, while unveiling the interim budget finance minister P Chidambaram announced a number of pro-industry measures including excise duty cuts on vehicles, capital goods products and mobile handsets. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex: Top Gainers, Top Losers. On Monday, while unveiling the interim budget finance minister P Chidambaram announced a number of pro-industry measures including excise duty cuts on vehicles, capital goods products and mobile handsets. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. Among sectoral indices, the BSE Bankex gained 2.34%. BSE Capital Goods (2.09%) and BSE Metal (1.03%) were among the major gainers on Tuesday. Among individual stocks, Axis Bank (4.42%), Housing Development Finance Corporation (2.99%) and ICICI Bank (2.80%) were the major gainers. Graph: PTI
BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty throughout the day. Among sectoral indices, the BSE Bankex gained 2.34%. BSE Capital Goods (2.09%) and BSE Metal (1.03%) were among the major gainers on Tuesday. Among individual stocks, Axis Bank (4.42%), Housing Development Finance Corporation (2.99%) and ICICI Bank (2.80%) were the major gainers. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Snapping a four-day rally, gold and silver prices declined in the national capital on emergence of profit-selling by stockists at existing higher levels amid a weak global trend. Graph: PTI
Gold and silver prices. Snapping a four-day rally, gold and silver prices declined in the national capital on emergence of profit-selling by stockists at existing higher levels amid a weak global trend. Graph: PTI
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