09 Feb 2016
Mumbai: A Central Bank panel has issued recommendations for introducing bond options in India that include simple structured contracts and allowing companies to trade up to 50 million rupees (USD 736,024.73) without documented underlying exposures.
08 Feb 2016
Mumbai: Cornered by the Supreme Court's latest missive to 'fall in line' with the recommendations of the Justice RM Lodha Committee, the BCCI yesterday decided to convene a Special General Meeting before responding to the apex court.
05 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Only the second Indian to be inducted into the ICC's Elite Panel of Umpires, Sundaram Ravi feels many of his compatriots are on the verge of breaking into the top bracket after improving their skills by officiating in the IPL.
06 Feb 2016
Bengaluru: IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla today said that the scheduling of the league has not been related to Lodha Panel recommendations about having a 15-day gap between start of the cash-rich league and India's national calender.
29 Jan 2016
Melbourne: Concerned about the safety of its on-field officials, the ICC will provide specially-designed helmets to umpires in the upcoming World Twenty20 Championship in India to ensure they are protected from wayward hits.
05 Feb 2016
Stockholm: A UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention has ruled that Julian Assange's confinement in the Ecuadorian embassy in London amounts to illegal detention, Sweden's Foreign Ministry said yesterday.
05 Feb 2016
New Delhi: The Supreme Court gave a stern message to BCCI asking it to "fall in line" with the recommendations of Justice RM Lodha Committee which has suggested a massive restructuring of the country's apex cricket body.
03 Feb 2016
Mumbai:The Railways today told the Bombay High Court that it would soon form a committee to study the feasibility of installing CCTV cameras in ladies' coaches of suburban trains as a safety measure.
04 Feb 2016
London: A United Nations panel has ruled that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been 'arbitrarily' detained, media reported today.
04 Feb 2016
Srinagar: Terming as 'unfair and unjustified' the recommendations of a Pakistani Parliamentary panel that 'Pakistan should avoid supporting militant groups in Kashmir', hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Geelani said the 'freedom struggle in Kashmir has nothing to do with terrorism'.