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For SpiceJet, a lot rides on PE investors, Ajay Singh's decision

Ashwini Phadnis

Ajay Singh (file photo) SpiceJet will return to being a "true low cost airline" if Ajay Singh and two internat... »

Market enters a turbulent patch

Lokeshwarri SK

Indices have recovered but there are some hurdles in the near term »

Raymond: Buy

Bollywood actor Dino Morea walks the ramp at the launch of Raymonds' new Signature luxury fabric from Italy, in Mumbai, in this file photo. In the domestic worsted suiting segment, Raymond has 60 per cent market share.

Bhavana Acharya

Got a stomach for risk? Consider textile major Raymond. The stock’s near-doubling in the past ye... »

ICICI Pru Value Discovery Fund: Invest

Nalinakanthi V

The fund has beaten its benchmark as well as peers »

Take note of falling inflation

Now that inflation is easing off, salary hikes may be lower. Therefore, resist the temptation to splurge.

Aarati Krishnan

How can I invest my money to stay ahead of soaring inflation? This was the biggest financial cha... »

Flipkart files application to become a public company, raises $700 mn

ON A RETAIL HIGH: The Bansals, Binny (left) and Sachin.

Rajesh Kurup

Flipkart, India’s largest e-commerce marketplace, has raised $700 million from new investors, wh... »

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WTO must prevail over splinter groups

Kyle Cote

Trade between members of a group affects the rest of the world. Hence the importance of multilateralism »

Stepping stones to a greener world

Smoked out Emissions in India spiked in 2013

Dr Naoko Ishii

The recent climate change meet at Lima has paved the way for a pragmatic pact on emission reduction »

Editorial

Flying lessons

Failures are an inherent aspect of free markets. We need better bankruptcy laws to manage them, rather than the bailouts of corporates »

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Viewsroom

Time for capital controls

A Srinivas

The Reserve Bank must reconsider its rupee management policy to check volatility. The rupee fell... »

Agri-biz

Varying weather evolving for north and south to mark year-end

VINSON KURIAN

 The last full week of the month and the year is likely to see contrasting weather dev... »

Politics

Former Union Minister of State and DMK member Napoleon joins BJP

Our Bureau

Actor, former union minister of state for social justice and senior DMK member D Napoleon today ‎joined BJP in the presence of BJP President Amit Shah. Actor, former union minister of state for social justice and senior DMK member D Napoleon today... »

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Govt takes disciplinary, administrative action against Khobragade

PTI

Devyani Khobragade A disciplinary as well as an administrative action of “compulsory wait” has been taken against d... »

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Richard Verma sworn in as US Ambassador to India

PTI

Richard Rahul Verma, an Indian-American, with his wife Pinki Verma. President Barack Obama in September nominated Verma as the next US Ambassador to India. (file photo) Richard Rahul Verma, who quietly played a key role in the Congressional passage of the civil nuc... »
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International

US rebuffs N Korea hacking probe offer, seeks China’s help

PTI

The United States has dismissed a call by North Korea for a joint investigation into the hacking... »
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Rockets: ours and theirs

M Ramesh

While countries like US spend billions of dollars, ISRO has to make do with limited funds & public sector cramps »
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National

J&K records highest voter turn out in 27 years

Ashwini Phadnis

The close to 66 per cent voter turn out recorded in Assembly Elections 2014 is the highe... »

Economy

Will not allow political obstructionism to stop Insurance Bill: Jaitley

Shishir Sinha

The Union Finance Minister, Arun Jaitley, at the inaugural session of FICCI conference in New Delhi on Saturday. Photo: Kamal Narang With Assembly elections coming to an end in Jharkhand and Jammu & Kashmir, the Finance Minis... »

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Bangaladesh preparing composite plan to protect Sundarbans

Jayanta Mallick

A fishing boat in the Matla river, Sunderbans (file photo). Bangladesh is giving final touches to the proposal before presenting it to Indian government for joint consultation process. »

Banking

Tihar inmates to get life insurance cover under Jan Dhan Yojna

PTI

Inmates of Delhi’s high-security Tihar jail will soon get life and accidental insurance cover as... »
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Agri-biz

A silver lining for duck rearing: thanks to bird flu, Kerala brings it under farming

KPM Basheer

State draws action plan to boost farming, consumption of ducks »

International

Putin: Russia will emerge from crisis in next 2 years

Reuters

Russian President Vladimir Putin. President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia's economy would rebound after the rouble's... »

Banking

RBI to remove 2-factor authentication norm on small value transactions

Beena Parmar

The RBI Deputy Governor, H R Khan The Reserve Bank of India will come out with norms on easing the two-factor authentication requi... »

Economy

Productivity goes up in Lok Sabha but down in Rajya Sabha

Shishir Sinha

According to an analysis of the Parliamentary Affairs Ministry, productivity of Lok Sabha during the current session so far has been 105 per cent against 104 per cent during the last Budget session this year. Lower House has edged over Upper House in terms of productivity during the ongoing session of Pa... »

Banking

SBM raises Rs 500 cr through Tier II bonds

Vishwanath Kulkarni

State Bank of Mysore (SBM) has raised Rs 500-crore Tier II capital through a bond offering to fu... »

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Recording life

Arko Datta

Hand of god: A man breaks down after he finds the lifeless body of his eight-year-old son in Cuddalore Ten years on, photojournalist Arko Datta recounts the wave of death, mourning and mass burials that made pressing the shutter that much harder »
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