The 30-share Sensex ended flat at 28,443 and the 50-share Nifty gained 13 points at 8,538. Markets ended flat, amid a choppy trading session, weighed down by profit taking in select index heavyweights. However, the broader markets outperformed the benchmark share indices as investors turned their focus to mid-cap and small-cap shares available at attractive valuations. The Sensex ended down 1 point at 28,443 and the Nifty gained 13 points to close at 8,538. The broader markets attracted ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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Image: The Nirma University. Photograph: Kind Courtesy, Wikimedia Commons The Nirma girl won’t be revived in its advertisements for emotional reasons, note Sohini Das and Sayantani Kar. A little girl in a frilly white dress twirls her way into a pack of detergent, to the tune of a catchy jingle. Together with the Liril girl cavorting under a waterfall and Amul’s plump little moppet, the Nirma girl remains one of the most enduring images from the television ads of the eighties. The ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Benchmark share indices ended higher on Tuesday, ahead of the two-day US Federal Reserve Open Market Committee meet, led by pharma shares after better-than-expected second quarter earnings from Lupin and Ranbaxy boosted sentiment. The 30-share Sensex ended up 128 points at 26,881 and the 50-share Nifty ended up 36 points at 8,028. In the broader market, BSE Mid cap Index ended flat while BSE Small cap gained around 0.7%. Market breadth ended positive with 1,507 advances against 1,372 declines.Rediff.com, 1 month ago
A girl having fun under a waterfall with a Liril soap for company hardly changed during the campaign’s 35-year run, notes Viveat Susan Pinto Image: Actress Preity Zinta modelled for the Liril soap. Photograph: Paresh Gandhi/Rediff.com If there is one thing that has been consistent with commercials for Hindustan Lever’s Liril soap, it has been its jingle. Think Liril and the next thing that comes rushing to mind is its trademark ‘La, lalala, la, la, la’. This tune is ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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