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Indian Indices Near All-time Highs; Capital Goods Stocks Top G...

Posted by Equitymaster After opening the day on a positive note, the Indian share markets have continued the trend and are currently trading comfortably in green near their all-time high levels. Except stocks in the pharma sector , all sectoral indices are ... Equitymaster.com, 1 week ago
Dull End to the Week; L&T; Rallies 4% Equitymaster.com, 2 weeks ago

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Can India's frugal engineering help international bikes?

Companies like Triumph, Harley Davidson, Ducati have a high cost structure limiting their sales. Bajaj sees an opportunity here. The company believes Indian engineering skills will lower manufacturing costs and make a Triumph bike available to Indian customers at nearly a third of the current price! Surajeet Das Gupta reports. The sports value bikes segment in India is currently dominated by Eicher Motors' Royal Enfield.Photograph: Hitesh harisinghani/Rediff.com.   The segment ...
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CBDT signs 4 more APAs with taxpayers in August

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) signed four more advance pricing agreements (APAs) in August with Indian taxpayers as it looks to reduce litigation by providing certainty in transfer pricing. The four APAs entered into during August, 2017 pertain to ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago CBDT signs four Advance Pricing Agreements, registers 175 agreements  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Is India ready for war? No, not really

'Even though an India-China military conflict scenario seems unlikely, its possibility gets enhanced if our capabilities are seen to be inadequate by the adversary,' warns Vice Admiral Premvir Das (retd). 'We will fight with whatever we have' is a statement famously attributed to then then chief of our army, General V P Malik, at the time of the Kargil War. Nearly two decades later, including three years under the present government, it is not certain if the picture has changed much. According ...
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World Athletics C'ships: Khushbir finishes 42nd in women's 20km race walk

K T Irfan and Khushbir Kaur finished at 23rd and 42nd positions respectively in the men's and women's 20km race walk events on the final day of competitions as India ended their miserable World Championships campaign on a disappointing note, in London on Sunday. National record holder Khushbir was the first to take the field and she clocked 1 hour 36 minute and 41 seconds, more than two minutes outside her season best of 1 hour 34 minute and one second, to finish 42nd out of 52 competitors who ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Why IndiGo is betting on low fare for long-haul

"The return fare on economy class to most European capitals from Mumbai are close to 50,000 plus. If an LCC can offer direct connectivity for a basic fare of 25,000 with additional top ups for meals, baggage and blankets, which further takes the fare to, say, 35,000, it is still a value deal." "Indian customers will lap it up," sector experts tell Aneesh Phadnis. Photograph: PTI Photo In over a decade since its launch, IndiGo has become the biggest Indian carrier, with a track record ...
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Exclusive: Not Made in America - Wal-Mart looks overseas for online vendors

By Nandita Bose CHICAGO (Reuters) - Walmart.com, trailing Amazon.com Inc in the number of goods for sale on its website, is recruiting vendors in China and other countries to boost its online offerings in a pivot away from Wal-Mart's Made-in-America campaign.
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Theresa May wins confidence vote in UK Parliament

Theresa May on Thursday won her first confidence vote by a narrow margin in the House of Commons on her parliamentary agenda set out in the Queen's Speech, her first major test as the prime minister of a minority government in the United Kingdom. The MPs voted in favour of the Queen's Speech by 323 votes to 309 with a majority of 14. May was expected to sail through with the support of the Democratic Unionist Party voting with the Conservatives as part of a "confidence and supply" ...
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