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These marathoners ran, but weren't run down
Bangalore Mirror

These marathoners ran, but weren't run down

Delhi's Arun Bharadwaj completes 177.2 km in 24-hour race held in association with Bangalore Mirror. City and Hubballi residents took second and third places respectively Ultra-marathoner Arun Bhardwaj from Delhi completed a whopping 177.2 km ... Bangalore Mirror, 4 weeks ago
A run that will push your thresholds Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago

Deploy 30% of cash at current levels, rest on further declines: Experts

NEW DELHI: The S&P BSE Sensex has plunged over 2,000 points in the last five trading sessions, and analysts fear further downside to the tune of 3%-4% in the near term. As global rout continues, what should be the ideal portfolio strategy for investors? Is it ...
 Economic Times1 week ago

What works in a global rout? Top stocks and sectors to buy on declines

NEW DELHI: What we have seen on black Monday can be a harbinger of how ugly things may turn when liquidity-driven bull markets end. The rally which started back in May 2014, on hopes a business- friendly Modi-led government will be able to boost growth in ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
New Indian Express

Tata Sons Likely to Raise Stake in AirAsia India to 41.06 Pc

MUMBAI:Tata Sons is likely to increase its stake to 41.06 per cent in the low-cost carrier AirAsia India from the current 30 per cent. The no-frills carrier is a three-way joint venture in which Malaysia's AirAsia Berhard owns 49 per cent, while ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago Tata Sons to increase stake in AirAsia  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Tata to raise stake in Air Asia India  VC Circle2 weeks ago Tata Sons to hike its stake to 41% in AirAsia India  India TV2 weeks ago
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'A rate cut likely over the next couple of months'

The Reserve Bank of India held its policy rate at 7.25 percent on Tuesday, pausing as widely expected after a spike in food prices sent consumer inflation to an eight-month high. All but four of 51 analysts polled by Reuters had predicted the RBI would keep the repo rate on hold. Commentary: Radhika Rao, economist at DBS in Singapore RBI's commentary today was balanced on growth prospects, but softened on inflation given the mention of some headroom for further accommodation. Likelihood of rate ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago RBI monetary policy: What do analysts say?  Hindu Business Line1 month ago Instant view: Reserve Bank of India keeps policy rates on hold at 7.25%  Economic Times1 month ago

Parliament: Reapers of Chaos

Tolerance of dissent was the cornerstone of Jawaharlal Nehru's policy in Parliament. In a speech he made towards the end of 1985, the late President R Venkataraman noted that the first Prime Minister of India never capitulated on his famed values ...
 Open1 month ago

The 5th Annual CFO100 Roll of Honour

CFO100 ROLL OF HONOR 2015 Cost Management Himanshu Agarwal Akzo Nobel India Limited Chief Financial Officer and Wholetime Director Sajal Gupta AMW Motors Limited Chief Financial Officer Anuj Aggarwal ...
 CFO India1 month ago
New Indian Express

Govt Braces for Major Diplomatic Rejig

NEWDELHI: Narendra Modi Government will undertake the first major reshuffle of its top diplomatic line-up this year. Senior diplomats have been sharpening their pens this week, as they sent out their applications for the most coveted appointments ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Stocks that have just got a boost from Iran

After 19 days of wrangling between Iran and the permanent members of the UN Security Council, a historic deal to curb Iran’s nuclear programme was sealed. Experts say several Indian stocks can benefit immensely from the pact, which is now under the US ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Sebi-FMC merger to become a reality this September

By Dinesh Narayanan Big institutional changes in India often follow big crises. The balance of payment crisis of 1990 paved the way for radical changes in the financial system, including near autonomy to the central bank. Electronic stock exchanges, ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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