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Sensex may move to 33000 by Dec 2015: Citi Aditya Narain of Citi said, "India's high absolute and relative foreign ownership is perceived a key ownership risk. But underway and potential domestic inflows could well be the markets' insurance, and its upside." He further ... MSN News US, 2 days ago

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The key to top Board exams: Consistency

Aditya Narain Bhattacharya and Rohan Chhabra of St Joseph's College believe that consistency in study is the key to success. Aditya emerged as the city topper in Class 10 (ICSE board) and Rohan secured the maximum marks in the city in Class 12 (ICSE ...
 India Today3 days ago

Modi govt has delivered on early expectations: Aditya Narain

Aditya Narain The markets have not had it easy in the last few days. And if the early birds are anything to go by, the earnings season isn't expected to be good either. But, this may well be a passing phase. While a few market experts believe the ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago 'Modi govt has delivered on early expectations'  NewsR.in3 weeks ago

Govt approach credible; see another 50 bps rate cut: Citi

As a proof of government's seriousness Citi's Aditya Narain cites the example of just-concluded Budget wherein Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has strongly pushed for transformative agenda further
 Money Control2 months ago

Union Budget 2015: Won't be surprised if FII flows increases now, says Narain

In an interview to CNBC-TV18's Latha Venkatesh Sonia Shenoy, Aditya Narain of Citi gave his take on Arun Jaitley's Union Budget and his outlook on the road ahead.
 Money Control2 months ago

Maintain Sensex target of 33000 by December 2015: Citigroup

“We stay positive and maintain Sensex target of 33,000 by December 2015,” said Aditya Narain, Citigroup.
 Money Control1 month ago Citigroup cuts Sensex December 2015 target to 32,200  Livemint.com1 day ago

More corporate support needed for youth in motorsport: Karthikeyan

Mumbai: After recovering from a game changing crash at Autopolis, Japan Narain Karthikeyan has come back with a bang with a podium finish in the Super Formula Championship in Suzuka, Japan. The former Jordan driver, Karthikeyan feels that he stills ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier4 days ago Can't wait to get back to the racing track in Japan: Narain Karthikeyan  DNA India6 days ago

DUTA Chief Cries Foul as DU Raises Complaints With Stephen's

The president of the DU teachers' body and senior St Stephen's faculty member, Nandita Narain, is caught in a row with the varsity writing to her college over complaints against her from some colleges even as she termed the matter a "conspiracy" ...
 Outlook India2 days ago

Changing stance: Global brokers get bearish on D-Street

Foreign brokerages which had earlier set aggressive year-end targets for Indian equities seem to be tempering their expectation. On Thursday, investment banking major Citibank revised its December 2015 Sensex target to 32,000 from the earlier ...
 Business Standard India22 hours ago Spate of downgrades for Indian market  Smart Investor1 day ago

It's hard to make good decisions

A small group of business leaders was part of Mint's Breakfast With CEOs event on 16 April 2015 at ITC Maurya's Dum Pukht restaurant in Delhi. They were in conversation with a person who is known as the father of behavioural economics—Richard ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
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