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With seizures up, Indian gold smuggling loses its shine

Seizures at the airport, one of India`s biggest hubs, jumped almost nine fold to 604 kg in the period running from April to September 2014 against 70 kg in the same period a year ago. 

With seizures up, Indian gold smuggling loses its shine

Seizures at the airport, one of India`s biggest hubs, jumped almost nine fold to 604 kg in the period running from April to September 2014 against 70 kg in the same period a year ago. 

Delhi Golf Club gears up to welcome Tiger Woods amid a veil of secrecy

A veil of secrecy surrounds the first visit of Tiger Woods in India even as the prestigious Delhi Golf Club today geared up to host the world number one golfer who is set to play a lucrative exhibition round, here tomorrow.

India's gold imports may fall by 56% to 125 tonnes in Jan-Mar

Jewellers' strike coupled with lean season have taken a toll on gold imports during January-March, which is likely to drop by over 56 percent to 125 tonnes compared to the same period last year.

Gold demand up as rupee's strength curbs price rise

Gold demand in India, the world's biggest consumer of bullion, emerged after a gap as consumers made their wedding purchases with prices of the dollar-quoted yellow metal falling in the local market on the rupee's strength.

Indian gold jewellery demand seen up 10-15% in 2012

Gold jewellery demand in India, a major global market, is estimated to have risen 5 to 7 percent in 2011 and is set to grow a further 10 to 15 percent this year with bullion prices falling back after recent gains.

Gem, jewellery exports may see 15% rise to $49.5 bn in FY'12

India's gem and jewellery exports may maintain their 15 percent growth trajectory to touch USD 49.5 billion in the 2011-12 fiscal, driven by an increase in prices of gold and diamonds, the Gems and Jewellery Export Promotion Council has said.