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Kashyap upsets world No 4; easy for Saina in <strong>French</strong> Open

Kashyap upsets world No 4; easy for Saina in French Open

22 Oct 2014

Paris: Commonwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli Kashyap on Wednesday stunned world No 4 Kenichi Tago of Japan 21-11 21-18 in the first round of men's singles, while Saina Nehwal registered an easy victory to enter the second round of women's singles in the French Open Super Series here.

Parupalli Kashyap,   Kenichi Tago,   Saina Nehwal,   French Open Super Series,  
<strong>French</strong> oil giant Total CEO killed

French oil giant Total CEO killed

21 Oct 2014

Moscow : Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive officer (CEO) of French oil giant Total, was killed in a plane accident on Tuesday,an official said.

Christophe de Margerie,   CEO,   French Oil Giant Total,   Plane accident,  
Saina to spearhead Indian challenge at <strong>French</strong> Open

Saina to spearhead Indian challenge at French Open

20 Oct 2014

Paris: London Olympic bronze medal winning shuttler Saina Nehwal will be spearhead the Indian challenge in the USD 275,000 French Open Super Series, starting here on Monday.

Saina Nehwal,   French Open Super Series,  
Rupee trims initial gains, still up 8 paise

Rupee trims initial gains, still up 8 paise

22 Oct 2014

Mumbai: The rupee trimmed its initial gains, but was still trading higher by 8 paise against the greenback to 61.23 in late morning deals, on good bouts of dollar selling by banks and exporters as well as rallying equities.

Rupee,   paise,   dollar,   trade,   economy,   market,   rupee value,  
WTO talks inconclusive; discussion to continue

WTO talks inconclusive; discussion to continue

22 Oct 2014

Geneva/New Delhi: With India sticking to its tough stand, efforts to break the impasse in the WTO on trade facilitation agreement and food security issues proved futile and further consultations will continue over the week.

WTO,   World Trade Organisation,   Indian Economy,   GDP,   FDI ,  
Developing countries participate in half of world trade

Developing countries participate in half of world trade

21 Oct 2014

Geneva: The participation of developing countries in world trade accounts for nearly half of global trade, according to a report by the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

World Trade Organisation,   WTO,   Indian economy,   GDP,   World economy,  
SMC Global files fresh papers with SEBI for its public issue

SMC Global files fresh papers with SEBI for its public issue

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: SMC Global Securities, financial services company, has filed fresh papers with market regulator SEBI to mop up Rs 125 crore through public issue.

SMC global,   SEBI,   public issue,   Indian economy,   GDP ,  
SBI Life asked to pay Rs 84.31 crore to group insurance members

SBI Life asked to pay Rs 84.31 crore to group insurance members

21 Oct 2014

Chennai: The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) rejected the appeal of SBI Life Insurance Company Ltd and ordered it to pay Rs 84.31 crore to its group insurance members/beneficiaries.

SBI,   SBI Life Insurance,   IRDA,   GDP,   Indian Economy,   Insurance policies ,  
IBM profit plunges on disposal of chip unit, poor sales

IBM profit plunges on disposal of chip unit, poor sales

21 Oct 2014

New York: Shares of IBM plummeted after earnings collapsed on a USD 4.7 billion charge and weak sales raised questions about the technology giant's efforts to remake itself.

IBM,   Indian Economy,   GlobalFoundries,   IBM shares,   IBM group ,  
Complacency big danger for businesses: Ratan Tata

Complacency big danger for businesses: Ratan Tata

20 Oct 2014

New York: Cautioning that "complacency" is a big danger for any business, Tata Group's Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata has said that corporate leaders should keep injecting urgency without taking "cavalier risks".

Complacency,   danger for businesses,   Ratan Tata,   industrialist,   economy,   ,  

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