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Markets end at record highs: Sensex above 31,700
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Markets end at record highs: Sensex above 31,700

Nifty crosses 9,750-mark; Bharti Airtel, TCS, Wipro, Lupin and Coal India gained the most on BSE Sensex Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Bulls tightened their grip on the market with frontline indices ending at all time closing high backed by surge in technology, telecom and realty stocks. S&P BSE Sensex ended over 31,700 for the first time ever. The index settled at new closing high of at 31,715, up 355 points for the day. Nifty50, on the other hand, also achieved new milestone even ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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No customer liability for bank e-fraud reported in 3 days

Customers will not suffer any loss if unauthorised electronic banking transactions are reported within three days, and the amount involved will be credited in the concerned bank account within 10 days, the Reserve Bank has said. In case the third party fraud is reported after a delay of four to seven working days, the customer will face liability of up to Rs 25,000. However, in cases where the loss is due to negligence by the account holder (such as sharing of payment credentials), the ...
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It's time to stand up for OUR India

'We've been unable, or unwilling, to be vigilant about how the government and its proxies are changing the character of India.' 'We have accepted public relations as fact, kept our heads down instead of risking our interests, and allowed militant chauvinism to define love of country,' says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Flashback to 1950: After three years of care, consideration, erudition, eloquence, conflict, and consensus, the Constituent Assembly has hammered out a ...
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Building a 'Uber'culture

The cab-hailing firm needs to jettison its baggage of dysfunctional corporate and gender insensitivity, finds out Ritwik Sharma. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com In contemporary English, “uber” is often used to mean the best or the greatest of its kind. However, in case of ride-hailing company Uber, historical connotations of the word such as macho superiority may be more readily associated with it in the middle of an ongoing leadership crisis that follows allegations of gender ...
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Is studying abroad really expensive?

Taking up a course of study in an international university comes with its fair share of insecurities. But how many of those fears are really true? Let's find out. Illustration by Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Studying abroad is gaining popularity due to the positive impact it has on a student's holistic development. Schools and colleges are encouraging their students to explore academic opportunities abroad. Many invite admission counsellors, education advisors to address senior classes to explain ...
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How the Sarkar works in Maoist areas

'I am here to look after people's needs.''I am not bothered about who is a Maoist or who is not.'Rediff.com's Prasanna D Zore and Uttam Ghosh meet government officials and villagers in Cherpal in the so-called Maoist 'liberated zone' in Chhattisgarh. Part 1 in the series: Why did 25 CRPF jawans die in Sukma? Part 2: The CRPF is not fighting just the Maoists in Bastar Part 3: Hidma Madvi, the Maoist behind the CRPF attacks Part 4: Why Adivasis fled their village after the Maoist ambush IMAGE: ...
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The CRPF is not fighting just the Maoists in Bastar

CRPF troopers confront loneliness, poor network connectivity, poor work conditions, dismal work-life balance, and immense psychological stress.Rediff.com's Prasanna D Zore and Uttam Ghosh report on the challenges CRPF jawans face while battling the Maoists.Photographs: Uttam Ghosh. Video: Prasanna D Zore Part 1 in the series: Why did 25 CRPF jawans die in Sukma? IMAGE: A CRPF party moves into the jungles between Dornapal and Jagargonda on an area domination exercise.25 jawans of the CRPF's ...
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Why India's banks are staring at a bleak future

The continuing stress faced by corporate India has weakened its debt-servicing capability and this is reflected in the banks' books, as yet-burgeoning bad loans, says Sheetal Agarwal. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com If one goes by the initial March quarter (fourth or Q4 of 2016-17) results of the relatively stronger pack of individual loan-focused private banks, investors should brace for a weak show from the others. This applies particularly to the corporate-heavy private ones, ICICI and ...
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