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Centre sets April-June oil subsidy rules, no discounts if oil below USD 60

Centre sets April-June oil subsidy rules, no discounts if oil below USD 60

22 May 2015

New Delhi: Oil ministry has set interim rules that exempt state-run upstream companies from giving any discount on crude and refined fuel sales if global oil prices average up to USD 60 a barrel this quarter, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.

Oil ministry,   Crude oil,   Fuel sales,   Global oil prices,   Fuel subsidy,   Oil Ministry ,  
India continues to lead in <strong>global</strong> confidence index: Nielsen

India continues to lead in global confidence index: Nielsen

21 May 2015

New Delhi: For the sixth quarter in a row, India continued to lead the global confidence index in anticipation of improvement in the economy through reforms and stimulus announced by the central government, says a report.

India,   Consumer Confidence Index,   Nielsen,   India Consumer Confidence,   Retail,   Latest Business News ,  
Tiger <strong>Global</strong> exits Just Dial, sells stakes for over Rs 430 crore

Tiger Global exits Just Dial, sells stakes for over Rs 430 crore

21 May 2015

New Delhi: Private equity giant Tiger Global exited its investment in local search engine Just Dial for over Rs 430 crore through an open market transaction.

Tiger Global,   Just Dial,   Tiger Global shares,   Tiger Global Four JD Holdings,   Tiger Global Five Indian Holdings,   BSE,   latest business news,  
Scope of agriculture sector bringing prosperity <strong>limited</strong>: Panagariya

Scope of agriculture sector bringing prosperity limited: Panagariya

18 May 2015

New Delhi: NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya on Monday said the potential of farm sector to bring prosperity to a vast population in the long-run is limited and the country needs to focus on creating more jobs in the industrial and services sectors.

Scope of agriculture,   Agriculture sector,   Arvind Panagariya,   NITI Aayog,   Vice Chairman NITI Aayog,   industrial and services sectors,   Latest Business,  
Central banks should not ignore <strong>global</strong> responsibilities: Raghuram Rajan

Central banks should not ignore global responsibilities: Raghuram Rajan

20 May 2015

New York: Multilateral institutions like the IMF need to re-examine "rules of the game" but central banks should not ignore international responsibilities despite their domestic mandates, RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan has said.

Central Banks,   RBI governor,   Raghuram Rajan,   IMF,   Monetary Policy,   Latest Business News ,  
Attention BSNL users! Now, get unused mobile Internet data on your next recharge

Attention BSNL users! Now, get unused mobile Internet data on your next recharge

20 May 2015

New Delhi: Subscribers of BSNL's pre-paid 2G and 3G services will get unused mobile Internet data added to their plans when they go for next recharge.

BSNL,   BSNL subscribers,   BSNL prepaid,   BSNL 2G,   3G BSNL,   Mobile Internet,   BSNL data,   BSNL recharge,   Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited,  
Xolo launches <strong>limited</strong> edition Liverpool FC smartphone at Rs 6,299 in India

Xolo launches limited edition Liverpool FC smartphone at Rs 6,299 in India

15 May 2015

New Delhi: Domestic smartphone manufacturer Xolo on Friday launched a limited edition Liverpool FC  of its Xolo One smartphone at Rs 6,299 in India and will be exclusively available for sale on Snapdeal from May 21.

Xolo One,   Xolo limited edition,   Liverpool,   Snapdeal,   Android,   Smartphones,   Liverpool FC,  
Gold rises on <strong>global</strong> cues; silver weakens on reduced offtake

Gold rises on global cues; silver weakens on reduced offtake

19 May 2015

New Delhi: Gold prices rose by Rs 30 to Rs 27,830 per 10 grams at the bullion market on Tuesday amid a firming global trend and increased buying by jewellers to meet wedding season demand.

Gold,   Gold Price,   Bullion Market,   Silver,   Silver Price,   Latest Business News ,  
ICC cricket committee recommends removal of batting powerplay

ICC cricket committee recommends removal of batting powerplay

18 May 2015

Mumbai: Acknowledging that the balance had shifted too far in favour of batsmen in limited-overs format, the ICC cricket committee on Monday recommended the removal of batting powerplay besides allowing five fielders outside the circle in the last 10 overs.

Batsmen and bowler,   limited overs cricket,   ICC cricket committee,   batting powerplay,   fielders outside circle,   Latest news,   cricket rules,  
Gold ends steady; silver regains Rs 40,000-level on <strong>global</strong> cues

Gold ends steady; silver regains Rs 40,000-level on global cues

18 May 2015

New Delhi: Gold ended steady at Rs 27,800 per ten grams at the bullion market on Monday on scattered buying from  jewellers, while silver reclaimed the 40,000/kg mark by rising Rs 350 on increased offtake amid positive global cues.

Gold,   gold price,   Bullion Market,   Silver,   Silver Price,   Latest Business News,  

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