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SAIL profit down 26 percent at Rs 334 crore; steel <strong>output</strong> up 10 percent

SAIL profit down 26 percent at Rs 334 crore; steel output up 10 percent

29 May 2015

New Delhi: State-owned steel maker SAIL on Friday reported 26 percent fall in net profit to Rs 334 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2014-15. The country's largest steel producer had posted net profit of Rs 453 crore in the January-March quarter of the 2013-14 fiscal.

SAIL,   State Owned Steel Maker,   World Steel Association,   Steel Authority of India,   BSE,   CS Verma,   Latest Business News ,  
Auto, tech Q4 <strong>numbers</strong> restrict Sensex gains at 33 points

Auto, tech Q4 numbers restrict Sensex gains at 33 points

27 May 2015

Mumbai: Reversing two days of losses, the benchmark BSE Sensex on Wednesday edged up by 33 points to 27,564.66 on gains in banking stocks amid prevailing rate cut hopes even as the auto and tech shares plunged on poor earning numbers. Trading in the negative zone for most part of the day, the index recovered on fag-end buying ahead of the May derivatives expiry.

Sesex,   BSE,   Nifty,   Auto market,   tech market,   Stock exchange,   NSE Nifty,   Latest Business News,  
Dish TV shares surge 14 percent on stellar earnings <strong>numbers</strong>

Dish TV shares surge 14 percent on stellar earnings numbers

27 May 2015

Mumbai: Shares of direct-to-home service provider Dish TV India on Tuesday surged over 14 percent after the company reported standalone net profit of Rs 35 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31.

Dish TV,   Share market,   Direct to home service,   DTH,   Dish TV India,  
<strong>Industrial</strong> <strong>output</strong> growth plunges to 5-month low at 2.1 percent

Industrial output growth plunges to 5-month low at 2.1 percent

12 May 2015

New Delhi: Industrial production grew at a five-month low of 2.1 percent in March even as both manufacturing activity and capital goods' offtake improved during the month.

Industrial output,   Capital goods,   Manufacturing industry,   Industrial Production,   IIP,   Facctory output,   Latest Business News,  
Election Commission wants electoral rolls to be error free: CEC

Election Commission wants electoral rolls to be error free: CEC

24 May 2015

New Delhi: Seeking to check multiple entries in electoral rolls and to make them error-free, the Election Commission has embarked on an ambitious project to link Aadhar numbers with voters' electoral data.

Election Commission,   CEC,   Aadhar numbers,   Chief Election Commissioner,   Nasim Zaidi,   Aadhar card,   ,  
Will work to remove Article 370 when we have <strong>numbers</strong> in Parliament, says BJP

Will work to remove Article 370 when we have numbers in Parliament, says BJP

24 May 2015

Jammu: The BJP on Sunday said that the abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution continues to be part of the party's core ideology and it will work in that direction whenever it garners the required numbers in Parliament.

BJP,   Article 370,   Constitution of India,   Indian Parliament,   Jammu and Kashmir,   PDP,   Congress,   Latest News,  
Sensex ends flat; market cautious on Q4 earning <strong>numbers</strong>

Sensex ends flat; market cautious on Q4 earning numbers

21 May 2015

Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex on Thursday settled marginally lower by 28 points at 27,809.35 as market remained cautious on concerns over poor quarterly earnings despite prevailing rate cut hopes. Participants were guarded ahead of corporate earning numbers of State Bank of India and ITC, traders said.

Sensex,   BSE,   SBI,   ITC,   Indian Market,   NSE,   ICICI,   HDFC,   Cipla,   Asian Stocks,   Stock Exchange,   Latest Business News ,  
Pakistan President's son escapes bomb attack

Pakistan President's son escapes bomb attack

25 May 2015

Karachi: Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain's son has escaped unhurt in a roadside bomb attack that killed at least three persons in the restive Balochistan province.The explosion occurred on Sunday outside a restaurant in the Hub industrial area, which links Karachi with the troubled Balochistan province, as a vehicle carrying President's son Salman Mamnoon passed by.

Pakistan President,   Mamnoon Hussain son,   bomab attack,   Balochistan province,   Hub industrial area,   Latest world news,  
UC Browser leaking users' location, search details, contact <strong>numbers</strong> to third parties

UC Browser leaking users' location, search details, contact numbers to third parties

23 May 2015

New Delhi: A mobile web browser from a company that Alibaba Group Holding Ltd paid more than $1 billion for last year leaks sensitive user data and is a privacy risk, a Canadian technology research group said. New Delhi: A mobile web browser from a company that Alibaba Group Holding Ltd paid more than $1 billion for last year leaks sensitive user data and is a privacy risk, a Canadian technology research group said.

Alibaba Group,   UC Browser,   User data,   Privacy,   Leaks,   Mobile browser ,  
Telcos to soon allow subscribers to dial STD <strong>numbers</strong> without 0 or +91 prefix

Telcos to soon allow subscribers to dial STD numbers without 0 or +91 prefix

21 May 2015

New Delhi: The telecom operators will soon allow their subscribers to dial STD numbers without prefix '0' and/or '+91' as the part of mobile number portability (MNP) implementation.

Mobile phones,   Phone numbers,   STD calls,   Local calls,   MNP,   Mobile number portability,   Department of Telecom,  

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