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Lodha relaunches $350-mn overseas bond issue


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Apple lets companies fine-tune apps before watch debut


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Analysts see monetisable value of REITs at over $96 bn


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Modi named among 30 most influential people on Internet


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Needed, a crackdown on mis-selling

Robbed by all The plight of financial products consumers If it is such a serious offence meriting the arrest of NSEL brokers, why are most other financial product vendors getting away? »

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Food first

The government’s indifference to rural wage levels is disturbing »


Problem of plenty

The arrest of brokerage officials in the NSEL scam turns the spotlight on the deteriorating standards of market intermediaries »


We don’t need no rigid education

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Manas Gupta

The stultifying university system in India has learnt nothing from pedagogic advances elsewhere »


Telenor betting big on mobile banking solutions; awaits licence

S Ronendra Singh

Tine Wollebekk, Senior Vice-President and Head of Financial Services,
Telenor, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Firm has strong footprint in this area in Asia, says Tine Wollebekk »



Outlook turns bullish for MCX natural gas

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Natural gas futures traded on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) increased sharply on Wed... »


RBI eases lending norms for affordable housing

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In a bid to complement the Centre’s thrust on affordable housing, the Reserve Bank of India... »


Exim Bank plans to raise Rs 13,000 cr in FY16

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Growing business David Rasquinha, Deputy MD, Exim Bank, speaking at a
press conference in Chennai on Thursday. BIJOY GHOSH The Export and Import Bank of India will raise foreign currency debt worth ₹13,000 crore in 2015... »
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Indian pomegranates no longer a juicy option for EU

Vishwanath Kulkarni

Denting India’s prospects Customers in Europe demand larger sized
fruits, which countries such as Israel and Peru are able to provide at a
lower price Pomegranates from India are facing stiff competition in Europe, where better quality and... »
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Islamic State militants bulldoze ancient Nimrud city


Relief from Nimrud. In the 19th century BC, soldiers rode in pairs, one controlling the horses and the other using a bow.
Islamic State fighters have looted and bulldozed the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud, the Iraqi... »  
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I’m a story teller, not a writer: Jeffrey Archer to IIMB students

Anil Urs

Jeffrey Archer signing the books at IIM-B. At an exclusive interaction at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore, where he launched... »


Create value… everything will follow, says NSE chief

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Success story Chitra Ramkrishna (right), MD & CEO of NSE, delivers an Extra Mural Lecture on Risks, Choices and Leadership, at IIT-Madras on Thursday. P Krishna Prasanna, Associate Professor, Department of Management Studies, is all attention. Photo: Bijoy Ghosh Recounting the NSE journey, Chitra Ramkrishna says grabbing the opportunity ‘at the moment’ it comes is the key »


Sikka’s ‘renew and new strategy’ sets Infosys on catch-up mode

Venkatesh Ganesh

Vishal Sikka, CEO, Infosys Infosys has trained 12,300 people in the design thinking discipline, part of its strategy... »


India beats West Indies to enter quarter-finals


India's batsmen Ravichandran Ashwin (L) and MS Dhoni walk off the field together following their four wicket victory against the West Indies at the Cricket World Cup in Perth, March 6, 2015. Defending champions India on Friday survived a scare before defeating a spirited West Indies by... »
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Inhaling extra oxygen could help fight cancer: study


Oxygen therapy for cancer treatment Scientists claim to have found that inhaling supplemental oxygen could awaken ‘sleepy’ tumour-fi... »
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90% traffic generated through mobile app: Myntra


Screenshot of Myntra mobile apps page in, India’s leading online fashion retailer, today said that 90 per cent of its traffic... »
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Tamil Nadu number one state in electoral corruption: Amit Shah


BJP President Amit Shah Alleging that Tamil Nadu is the number one state in electoral corruption, BJP President Amit... »


Now, your personal dental consultant is just a tap away

Venkatesh Ganesh

If you needed a root canal treatment but didn't know the right dentist to go to, help is just a... »


‘Kejriwal said he wouldn’t work with Bhushan, Yadav’

Aditi Nigam

Mayank Gandhi (file photo) Problems in the Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) may have just got compounded. A day after the ouster of... »

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The brew darkens

shreevatsa nevatia

Long and winding road: Tea garden workers return after a day’s work in Darjeeling. - Photo: Ashoke Chakrabarty Even after an agreement to revise wages, the muted signs of an impending cataclysm in the tea gardens of Bengal can no longer be ignored »
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