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Over 1,100 dead as India bakes in deadly heatwave
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Over 1,100 dead as India bakes in deadly heatwave

Stifling heat has killed more than 1,100 people in India in less than one week. A fruit vendor seeks respite from the scorching heat in Hyderabad. Photograph: SnapsIndia The worst-hit area is the southeastern state of Andhra Pradesh, where authorities say 852 people have died in the heat wave. Another 266 have died in the neighbouring state of Telangana. The toll is likely to rise as meteorological offices in the affected states have forecast that the heatwave conditions will continue for ... Rediff.com, 49 minutes ago
India heatwave toll nears 800 Frontier Post, 2 hours ago
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Why Arvind Subramanian wants India to outsource its monetary policy to the US

Subramanian went on to suggest that it was time that India started to imitate China on the currency front. The post Why Arvind Subramanian wants India to outsource its monetary policy to the US appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com14 minutes ago 1% Additional Tax in GST Has Potential to Undermine Make in India: Subramanian  NDTV Profit1 hour ago Competitive rupee crucial for success of 'Make in India': Arvind Subramanian, CEA  Economic Times2 hours ago Arvind Subramanian warns India of currency wars  Asian Age15 hours ago
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Gold Smuggling Touches Record High in India, Seizures Cross ₹1000 Crore Mark i

It is common knowledge that raising import duty on gold to curb imports and rein in current account deficit lead to rampant smuggling of the yellow metal into India. Now, statistics on gold seized by authorities have proved it. The customs, ...
 International Business Times India42 minutes ago Gold smuggling in India breaks all records, crosses Rs 1000 crore  Business Insider India1 hour ago Gold smuggling at all-time high in India  NewsR.in10 hours ago

Nissan ships out 500,000th car from its India facility

In a period of five years since exports started from India, Nissan has successfully shipped out 500,000 cars to over 106 countries across the globe. Not only that, in FY2014, Nissan was the second largest exporter of passenger cars from India, while ...
 Motoroids.com6 minutes ago Nissan India exports its 500,00th car  CarWale1 hour ago

Canada detains 'toxic' corn shipments from India

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has decided to detain corn shipments from India after the agency found high levels of aflatoxin, a toxic element linked to various diseases, in the poultry feed. "This is to prevent contamination of livestock feed in ...
 Deccan Herald44 minutes ago PTI - CORN - Canada detains corn shipments from India  Namibia Press Agency1 hour ago Canada detains corn shipments from India  Business Standard43 minutes ago

Oppo to set up handset mfng unit in India by August

NEW DELHI: Chinese handset maker OPPO will set up a handset manufacturing unit in India by August where it will make smartphones for India and overseas markets. Oppo is the latest among its Chinese peers including Xiaomi, PhiComm and Coolpad to ...
 Economic Times12 minutes ago
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GAIL India Q4 profit falls 16% to Rs 510.75 cr

GAIL India missed street expectations on Wednesday with the fourth quarter net profit declining 16 percent sequentially to Rs 510.75 crore, impacted by higher other expenses and loss at petrochemicals division.
 Money Control12 minutes ago Ricoh India Q4 profit jumps 3-fold led by services segment  Money Control1 day ago
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Experts suggests ways for improving financial health of PSU banks

India needs to privatise and change the character of its state-owned banks which have massive bad loans that have become a drag on economic growth, a leading financial expert said here. "These state banks are sitting on massive bad loans which were a big drag on the economic growth. It is one of the main reasons...that the (economic) growth is not picking up," said Ruchir Sharma, head of Emerging Markets at Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM). He called for privatisation of the state ...
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India Wanted Bofors Reference Dropped From President Pranab Mukherjee's Interview, Says Paper

er printing the comments of President Pranab Mukherjee on the Bofors scam. The Indian ambassador to Stockholm has said in a letter that the President was not shown the "courtesy and respect" that he deserves as head of state. The newspaper Dagens Nyheter, in ...
 NDTV40 minutes ago
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Is India close to achieving its fiscal deficit target?

Many experts had actually advised the new finance minister to allow the deficit to widen a bit, but Mr Jaitley chose to honour the fiscal deficit number promised by Mr Chidambaram, says AK Bhattacharya. Nobody should dispute the laudable performance of the Narendra Modi government in sticking to the difficult path of fiscal correction. The latest Budget numbers for 2014-15, released last week, show that the fiscal deficit at four per cent of the gross domestic product, or GDP, was even lower ...
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