In a similar fashion, the metal for delivery in far-month April was trading down Rs 76, or 0.30% to Rs 25,450 per 10 gm in three lots.
Market analysts said the fall in gold futures was mostly in tune with a weak trend overseas as the Federal Reserve prepares to raise borrowing costs in the world's largest economy as soon as next week.
Meanwhile, gold prices fell 0.5% to $1,066.37 an ounce in Singapore today.
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