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Rupee weakens <strong>3</strong> paise against dollar in morning trade

Rupee weakens 3 paise against dollar in morning trade

22 Jul 2016

Mumbai: Rupee was trading lower by 3 paise at 67.20 against the dollar in morning trade at the Interbank Foreign Exchange market today on increased demand for the US currency from importers.

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Sensex slips 67 points as profit-booking weighs

Sensex slips 67 points as profit-booking weighs

25 Jul 2016

Mumbai: The benchmark BSE Sensex fell about 67 points in early trade today as investors booked profits in recent gainers amid mixed Asian cues.

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Manmohan Singh takes a new turn, says GDP figures are not fudged

Manmohan Singh takes a new turn, says GDP figures are not fudged

25 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Former prime minister Manmohan Singh said that it is unlikely that the GDP figures are fudged and backed the new national income calculation method introduced by the Narendra Modi government.

Former prime minister Manmohan Singh,   Manmohan Singh,   GDP figures,   Narendra Modi government,   India economy,   GST (goods and services tax),   land-acquisition bill,   Latest Business News,  
GST listing in Rajya Sabha likely this week, Arun Jaitley to meet state FMs

GST listing in Rajya Sabha likely this week, Arun Jaitley to meet state FMs

24 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Government is likely to list the much-delayed GST Bill for discussion in the Rajya Sabha this week after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley meets state finance ministers on Tuesday.

GST,   GST in Rajya Sabha,   Rajya Sabha,   Parliament,   Arun Jaitley,   BJP,   Congress,   Finance Ministry,   Business news,  
Khaitan Electricals approaches BIFR to declare as sick unit

Khaitan Electricals approaches BIFR to declare as sick unit

23 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Household appliances maker Khaitan Electricals has approached the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) to declare it as a sick industry as its accumulated losses had exceeded the net worth.

Khaitan Elec approaches,   BIFR,   Household appliances,   Electricals companies,   Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction,   Latest Business News,  
Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha to meet telco CEOs over call drops on Monday

Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha to meet telco CEOs over call drops on Monday

23 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Telecom Minister Manoj Sinha is scheduled to hold his first meeting with CEOs of mobile service providers on Monday to discuss industry issues in general and call drops in particular.

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Indian Kashmir protests flare, <strong>3</strong> killed as army opens fire

Indian Kashmir protests flare, 3 killed as army opens fire

19 Jul 2016

Srinagar: Indian soldiers fired on a stone-throwing crowd defying a curfew in the Kashmir region, killing three people, police said today, as unrest sparked by the death of a separatist militant flared.

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USA tour: Indian hockey team loses 2-<strong>3</strong> to hosts

USA tour: Indian hockey team loses 2-3 to hosts

19 Jul 2016

Manheim: It was a disappointing start to the USA tour for the Indian women hockey team as they suffered a narrow 2-3 loss to the Champions Trophy bronze medalists in their opening match, here yesterday.

Indian hockey team,   Indian women hockey team,   USA tour,   India vs USA,   Latest sports news,  
PSBs capital needs significantly higher than budgeted: Moody's

PSBs capital needs significantly higher than budgeted: Moody's

22 Jul 2016

New Delhi: Government's Rs 23,000-crore equity infusion will provide some respite to the public sector banks (PSBs), but their capital needs are significantly higher than the budgeted amount, Moody's Investors Service has said.

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Ex-US Marine kills <strong>3</strong> policemen in racially tense Baton Rouge

Ex-US Marine kills 3 policemen in racially tense Baton Rouge

18 Jul 2016

Baton Rouge: Authorities sought to learn more today about a decorated ex-US Marine sergeant who killed three police officers in Baton Rouge, some two weeks after police there shot dead a black man, sparking nationwide protests including one shattered by the massacre of five Dallas policemen.

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