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BPO financial irregularities to cost Infosys less than $1 million
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BPO financial irregularities to cost Infosys less than $1 million

Infosys has dismissed 10 other employees who were involved in the financial irregularities. Infosys, India's second largest information technology (IT) services company, is likely to book an impact of less than $1 million (Rs 6 crore) due to the financial irregularities in the accounts of its business process outsourcing (BPO) arm, which led to the dismissal of the unit's chief financial officer, Abraham Mathews earlier this week.  According to highly-placed sources, the incident involved ... Rediff.com, 59 minutes ago

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Hyundai to take on Mercedes, Audi with this gorgeous car

Photograph: Kind Courtesy, Hyundai Hyundai in India has seen most of its success from small and entry-level sedans such as the i10 and the Hyundai Verna. Their strength lies in providing a well endowed feature set with their cars while retaining relevant price points to entice the buyers in that particular segment. While towards the top, Hyundai faces stiff competition selling cars like the Sonata and the SantaFe and have their offerings overshadowed by premium compact cars like the A3 sedan ...
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Congress, AAP accuse Modi of favouritism over SBI loan to Adani

Adani Group's plans for forays in Australia's mining sector with help from the State Bank of India raised political dust with the AAP and the Congress accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of extending favours to friends who had funded his election campaign.
 Deccan Herald4 hours ago Congress questions SBI loan to Adani  Prokerala13 hours ago Congress questions SBI's decision to lend $1 bn to Adani group  Rediff.com18 hours ago Cong questions SBI's decision to lend USD 1bn to Adani group  Deccan Herald18 hours ago

Returning fishermen fly to Delhi, kin disappointed

For the relatives of the five Indian fishermen released from death row in Sri Lanka on Wednesday, a day of jubilant celebrations turned out to be a huge disappointment. The fishermen — Emerson, P Augustus, R Wilson, K Prasath and J Langlet— who ...
 Deccan Herald4 hours ago

Amul MD expects Rs 22,000 crore turnover in 2014

India's largest milk producer Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF), Amul said on Thursday said that the company's turnover this year would touch Rs 22,000 crore. Addressing delegates at the Project Management Institute's (PMI) annual Project ...
 Deccan Herald4 hours ago
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No bilateral meeting planned between Nawaz Sharif and Narendra Modi in Kathmandu: Pakistan

Pakistan on Thursday said that no bilateral meeting between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi has been planned on the sidelines of SAARC summit in Kathmandu, but noted that leaders do interact informally during such events.
 DNA10 hours ago If it's BMW from India, Sharif will not ride it  The Telegraph3 days ago
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Big plans to end India's coal shortage

India will allow locally registered foreign firms to mine and sell coal when commercial mining is permitted as part of the opening up of the nationalised industry after four decades, Coal Secretary Anil Swarup told Reuters.  To end a chronic coal shortage that cripples power plants and curb the country's imports of the fuel, the Narendra Modi government will also spend about $1 billion by 2019 to buy railway wagons and transport coal from remote mines, Swarup said in an interview on ...
 Rediff.com16 hours ago India to allow foreign firms mine and sell coal - coal secretary  Business Standard18 hours ago
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Rajapaksa pardon will improve ties

This may be a good moment for India and Sri Lanka to clinch negotiations on the question of fishing rights for Indian fishermen from Tamil Nadu in the Palk Straits This may be a good moment for India and Sri Lanka to clinch negotiations on the question of ...
 Asian Age7 hours ago

No fresh proposals for Walsh

The chances of Terry Walsh coming back in the next few days to take charge of India hockey team for the Champions Trophy vanished on Thursday, when Sports Authority of India (SAI) said no proposal would be sent to the Australian. Our views have been ...
 The Telegraph6 hours ago

Naxals, police in verbal war over Gopi’s surrender

The cadres of the banned outfit of Communist party of India (Maoist) and police machineries have locked horns through a pitched propaganda battle over the surrender of senior red cadre Nirangsai Madavi, alias Gopi, last week. In the period when guns have not ...
 Times of India7 hours ago
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