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COME FORWARD : Time to contribute for society. JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA has decided to ADOPT the Village

H K Sethi, Secretary General Journalists Federation of India COME FORWARD : Time to contribute for society. JOURNALIST ASSOCIATION OF INDIA has decided to ADOPT the Village (which lack basic amenities like Health, Education, Food, Infrastructure etc..) Please come forward to contribute your time, funds, cloth etc.  Read More →

Apple asks court to reverse FBI iPhone order (BBC)

Apple asks court to reverse FBI iPhone order (BBC)
Apple has asked a US court to overturn an earlier ruling ordering the company to help the FBI break into a phone used by one of the San Bernardino killers. In court papers Apple says law enforcement authorities are seeking “dangerous powers” and the move violates its constitutional rights. The FBI and White House have said the request is limited to one iPhone. But Apple says the software... 

How ‘black money’ saved the Indian economy (Justin Rowlatt , BBC, South Asia correspondent

How 'black money' saved the Indian economy (Justin Rowlatt , BBC, South Asia correspondent
There is no question that India has the most positive economic story on the planet. Buoyed by increased manufacturing output, India’s economy grew by 7.4% in the third quarter of 2015, the fastest growth of any major country in the world. But there is a dark side to India’s success, says one of the country’s most eminent economists. Kaushik Basu, the chief economist of the World... 

China seeks to assure G20 over its economy (BBC)

China seeks to assure G20 over its economy (BBC)
China has sought to assure global finance ministers about the state of its slowing economy, as the G20 meeting gets under way in Shanghai. Chinese finance minister Lou Jiwei said the country could tackle the pressures it is currently facing. Separately, Bank of England governor Mark Carney said he was concerned by moves by some central banks to use negative rates to try to boost growth. The G20 includes... 

Coal India shares jump on Q4 earnings, price hike

Coal India shares jump on Q4 earnings, price hike
MUMBAI | Tue May 28, 2013 (Reuters) – Shares in Coal India Ltd (COAL.NS) rose as much as 4.5 percent on Tuesday after its January-March earnings beat estimates and after the world’s largest coal producer also announced it would raise prices. Coal India posted a 35 percent increase in fourth-quarter net profit, beating market estimates, on the back of higher sales and lower-than-expected... 

Gold falls as stocks hold firm; physical demand stays strong

Gold falls as stocks hold firm; physical demand stays strong
(Reuters) – Gold fell on Tuesday as Asian stock markets and the dollar firmed after a turbulent week, undermining the metal’s appeal as a safe haven and prompting more selling in bullion-backed exchange traded funds. Demand in the physical market continued to hold prices near $1,400 an ounce as the recent drops in the spot market lured buyers to invest in bullion. Spot gold fell 0.26 percent... 

Tata’s Mistry man: tightening belts as frugal era begins

Tata's Mistry man: tightening belts as frugal era begins
(Reuters) – As Ratan Tata strode the halls of the Geneva Motor Show in March, joking with journalists and chatting with auto industry leaders, his successor at the helm of India’s biggest business group stood silently on the sidelines. Shunning the spotlight since taking charge of the $100 billion Tata group in December, 44-year-old Cyrus Mistry has focused on belt-tightening at a conglomerate... 

Bangladesh Factory Safety Accord: At Least 14 Major North American Retailers Decline To Sign

Bangladesh Factory Safety Accord: At Least 14 Major North American Retailers Decline To Sign
The deadline to sign onto the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh passed on Tuesday, and at least 14 major North American retailers declined to participate. The agreement, which demands a five-year commitment from participating retailers to conduct independent safety inspections of factories and pay up to $500,000 per year toward safety improvements, has seen greater support abroad than... 

The 7 Worst Job Interview Mistakes People Make

The 7 Worst Job Interview Mistakes People Make
The Fiscal Times  |  By KYLE KENSING Fiscal Times: You landed a job interview for a position you really want – but the hiring manager never called you back after it was over. What happened? It could be that the chemistry wasn’t right, of course, or that the salary didn’t align – but it’s very likely you made some foolish and entirely preventable mistakes that derailed your chances. More... 

Tesla CEO amends Model S financing deal after criticism

By Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT (Reuters) – Tesla Motors Inc, the automaker led by billionaire Elon Musk, overhauled financing strategy for the Model S electric sedan in response to criticism that its initial plan last month overstated the potential cost savings. Changes include allowing buyers 72 months, instead of 63, to repay loans, lowering monthly costs by more than one-fourth. Tesla also guaranteed... 

“Speed money” puts brakes on India’s retail growth

(Reuters) – Hong-Kong entrepreneur Ramesh Tainwala spent 18 months operating branded clothing retail stores in India before deciding it was impossible to succeed without paying bribes. Tainwala, a 55-year-old expatriate Indian, owns Planet Retail, which held the India franchise rights for U.S. fashion labels Guess (GES.N) and Nautica (VFC.N) as well as UK retailers Next (NXT.L) and Debenhams... 

Weekahead: Stocks to focus on fund flows, monsoon progress

Weekahead: Stocks to focus on fund flows, monsoon progress
Reuters Market Eye – Technical indicators point towards some correction in Indian equity markets next week as it seems to have become overbought after a 3.5 percent rally in the Sensex in April, traders say. Focus will now shift to the performance of monsoon rains in India and fund flows after the accommodative stance by global central banks. The RBI cut the repo rate by 25 bps as widely expected,... 
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