Prev By Bipin Dani | Posted 39 minutes ago Former South Africa spinner Paul Adams has heard about Shivil Kaushik, the 20-year-old left-arm spinner, who like him, has a similar mysterious bowling action. Just like Adams: GL's Shivil Kaushik ... Mid Day, 4 weeks ago
Bloomberg/Mumbai Indian stocks climbed in volatile trading, led by lenders and industrials, as an advance in crude oil to a seven-month high lifted global equities. Axis Bank and ICICI Bank, the nation's biggest non-state banks, were among the ...Gulf Times, 1 week ago Sensex climbs for second day as Axis Bank, ONGC advance Livemint.com, 1 week ago Stocks climb for second day as Axis Bank, ONGC advance Smart Investor, 1 week ago
7Sport It's been an interesting week in sport with some epic meltdowns, a ridiculous bowling action and a football slam dunk. We've got all the best moments here for your enjoyment. 1. The craziest bowling action in cricket The bowling action ...Yahoo! News Australia, 3 weeks ago
Bloomberg/Mumbai India's benchmark stock index capped its first weekly decline in three weeks as ICICI Bank reported its biggest drop in quarterly profit in at least 15 years as provisions for bad loans surged. ICICI and State Bank of India, ...Gulf Times, 1 month ago Indian Stocks End Two-Week Advance as ICICI Drags Lenders Lower Bloomberg, 1 month ago Sensex ends two-week advance as ICICI Bank drags lenders lower Livemint.com, 1 month ago
Gauge falls 2.4% this week, most since period through Feb. 12 Foreign investors sell $157 million of local stocks this week Indian equities capped their biggest weekly decline in two months in a volatile trading session as global funds pared ...Bloomberg, 1 month ago Sensex caps second weekly retreat before earnings season Smart Investor, 1 month ago
Dr. C. Rangarajan, Chancellor University of Hyderabad Dear Dr. Rangarajan, We have learnt with dismay about the attack by the police on students at the University of Hyderabad on 22 March, 2016. We understand that there may have been ...The Hindu, 2 months ago
Bloomberg/Mumbai Indian stocks advanced, with the benchmark gauge erasing losses in the last hour of trade, as engineering companies and automakers climbed. Bharat Heavy Electricals, the nation's biggest power- equipment maker, was the best ...Gulf Times, 2 months ago Indian Stocks Reverse Losses in Late Trade as Industrials Climb Bloomberg, 2 months ago Stocks reverse losses in late trade as industrials gain Business Standard India, 2 months ago
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