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Dollar May Scale Higher Levels In Coming Weeks

Anindya Banerjee Currency Derivatives Researcher, Kotak Securities It has been nearly 8 weeks that Rupee has been caught within a very low volatile range against the US Dollar. It has oscillated between 66.10 and 66.90 on spot, with most of the ... Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 1 month ago

Anindya plays an investigative journalist in Mandobashar Galpo

Tathagata Banerjee's second directorial went on floor late in April. The film, which is primarily a love story but also has psychological layers, stars Parambrata Chatterjee, Paoli, Indrasish, Saayoni Ghosh and Anindya Chatterjee. The film is titled ...
 Times of India1 month ago
India Blooms

Paoli, Parambrata to feature in Tathagata Banerjee's Mondobasar G...

Kolkata, May 25 (IBNS) Actress Paoli Dam will feature alongside Parambrata Chatterjee and Kaushik Sen in director Tathagata Banerjee's Mondobasar Golpo. The movie also stars Indrasish Roy and Anindya Chatterjee in pivotal roles. The script and ...
 India Blooms1 month ago Parambrata's Mondobashar Golpo goes on floor  India Blooms1 month ago
Financial Express

Britain's exit from EU has fired up currency play in rupee-dollar offshore market

MUMBAI: Britain's exit from the European Union has fired up currency play in the rupee-dollar offshore market, which has now turned active after months of inaction. While arbitrageurs are flocking back to gain from the differential value between ...
 Economic Times1 hour ago Indian rupee pares some losses, closes 64 paise down to 67.92 against dollar as Brexit happens  Financial Express2 days ago Brexit: Rupee recoups some losses, RBI in action  Economic Times2 days ago Brexit: Rupee slumps, RBI swings into action  Economic Times2 days ago

Brexit pushes rupee into bear grip, to range from Rs 67-68

Mumbai, June 25 (IANS) Britain's exit from the European Union (Brexit) is likely to keep the Indian rupee under a tight bear grip of around Rs 67-68 to a US dollar in the very near-term. According to experts, the negative impacts of Brexit will ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago Brexit pushes Rs. into bear grip; to range from Rs 67-68  Nagaland Post1 day ago

Brexit drags rupee lower, RBI tries to arrest steep fall

Mumbai, June 24 (IANS) Britain's decision to opt out of the European Union (Brexit) exerted pressure on the rupee, even as a likely intervention by the country's central bank tried to arrest the steep fall on Friday. The Indian rupee weakened by ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago Brexit drags rupee lower, RBI arrests steep fall  Calcutta News.Net12 hours ago
Financial Express

Brexit happens! Travelling to UK set to become cheaper for Indians

Travelling to United Kingdom for Indian travellers is set to become cheaper with Britain deciding on leaving the European Union(EU) after a referendum. (Reuters) Travelling to United Kingdom for Indian travellers is set to become cheaper with ...
 Financial Express2 days ago

Brexit: Currency traders spend sleepless night before vote

MUMBAI: Brexit or not, currency traders in some top Indian banks would not exit their dealing rooms Thursday night or Friday dawn. Banks like ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank will keep their trading desks functioning overnight in a move that would ...
 Economic Times3 days ago Brexit: Here's how private banks will burn midnight oil!  Economic Times3 days ago

Going long on pound brings in handsome gains for traders

MUMBAI: Currency traders have found a new straw ahead of the uncertainties related to Brexit: futures market in cross currencies. Speculators, who short the rupee against the pound sterling expecting Britain to stay with the European Union, are ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Unhedged positions in currency market could mean trouble ahead  Economic Times2 weeks ago Punters exploit spread between Re futures, non deliverable forwards  Economic Times1 month ago
Times of India

JU offers rare live recordings for free listening

KOLKATA: Imagine being present at a mehfil where Begum Akhtar is presenting a ghazal. Imagine listening to a house concert of Annapurna Devi. Imagine listening to Ustad Amir Khan singing a bandish in Persian. All these can be a part of reality if ...
 Times of India5 days ago
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