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IIFT completes summer placements

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), under the commerce ministry, today said it has completed summer placements for its 2017-19 batch with an average stipend of Rs 1.37 lakh.Summer placement this year has witnessed participation from a large number of ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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$3 bn foreign investment in Indian stocks since Aug

'The good news is that money continues to flow into India-focussed offshore funds.'Ashley Coutinho reports. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com After sharp outflows in August and September, the Indian market is once again experiencing a positive investment spell from overseas investors. Foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) have poured nearly $3 billion into domestic stocks since August. A large part of these flows have come from India-focused offshore funds. These are actively managed funds ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Making way for Indian professionals in France

Indian talent may soon be allowed to work in France without a degree from a French institute. Subhayan Chakraborty reports. A businesswoman in the financial district of Paris.Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters.   The government will soon be signing a series of agreements with its French counterpart for allowing Indian professionals to work there without needing an additional degree, and vice versa, senior government and diplomatic sources have said. A set of Mutual Recognition ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Singapore FM to visit India tomorrow

Singaporean Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan will be in New Delhi tomorrow as India and Singapore exchange a series of ministerial visits next month. Balakrishnan will visit the Indian capital and Guwahati from October 31 to November 1, his ministry said.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

India needs to shoot for 10pc growth target

Policy discussions now should urgently focus on the road map for serious economic and institutional reforms to put India on a sustained high growth trajectory like the Chinese economy, says Jayanta Roy. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com The recent dip in gross domestic product (GDP) growth is being taken seriously in all quarters.   The myth of a high-growth trajectory is being challenged. Policymakers, however, are attributing this fall to demonetisation and the Goods and Services ...
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Sushma Swaraj calls out 'export factory of terror' as India-Pakistan trade barbs at UNGA

At the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Saturday, Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj did not hold back in criticizing Pakistan for its role in being an “export factory of terror”. In one scathing section of her remarks she ...
 Sify2 months ago

Sensex Continues Downtrend; Capital Goods Stocks Witness Selling

Posted by Equitymaster Stock markets in India are presently trading marginally lower. Sectoral indices are trading on a negative note with stocks in the power sector and capital goods sector witnessing maximum selling pressure. The BSE Sensex is trading down ...
 Equitymaster.com16 hours ago Indian Indices Trade Strong, Logistics Sector Gets Infra Push, and Top Stocks in Action  Equitymaster.com3 weeks ago Sensex Extend Gains; Tata Motors & Infosys Among Top Gainers  Equitymaster.com4 weeks ago Sensex, Nifty Trade on a Choppy Note; Metal Stocks Witness Selling Pressure  Equitymaster.com1 month ago

Symbiosis Drops ‘University’ Tag After UGC Order; 300 Engineering Colleges May Be Shut Down!

In a major, unexpected twist of events, two of India’s largest and most prominent educational institutes: Symbiosis in Pune and Christ in Bengaluru have decided to drop ‘University’ tag from their names with immediate effect after an order from UGC.
 Trak.in1 week ago
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India's external debt down first time since 2001-02

India’s sovereign debt is much lower than that of other emerging economies like Argentina, Indonesia, Mexico, the Philippines, and South Africa. India’s stock of external debt declined for the first-time since 2001-02, to $471.9 billion at the end of March 2017, according to the Reserve Bank of India’s December 2017 Bulletin. The country’s external debt (medium to long-term) declined to 20.2 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) at the end of March 2017, from 23.5 ...
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'If Congress wins Gujarat, markets could tank 10%'

'Market valuation is another concern.''India is trading at steep valuations and there have been a number of IPOs, especially in the insurance sector, that have had an impact on secondary market liquidity.' After a sharp run-up in the mid-cap and small-cap stocks thus far in 2017, Hong Kong-based Mark Matthews, head of research for Asia, Julius Baer Group, tells Puneet Wadhwa that investors should watch out for the outcome of the Gujarat assembly election. Has the market reaction to the rating ...
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