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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 →

We have always cooperated with Kerala police: Amway

We have always cooperated with Kerala police: Amway
Kozhikode (Kerala) May 27 (IANS) Network marketing firmAmway India Enterprises Monday said that they always co-operated with Kerala Police in a case relating to financial irregularities by the firm. The case was filed by a woman here in 2012. Amway India’s country head William S. Pinckney and two directors was arrested here Monday by Crime Branch. “Our management represented by... 

Reliance Industries posts biggest single-day gain since Sept 2012

Reliance Industries posts biggest single-day gain since Sept 2012
By Aditya Kalra MAY 27, 2013 Reliance Industries, India’s third-biggest company by market capitalization, surged more than 5 percent on Monday, after the conglomerate and its partners said on Friday they had made asignificant gas discovery in the KG-D6 block. Niko, the Canadian oil and natural gas producer which partners with Reliance and BP, said the discovery is expected to add to gas resources... 

Sensex gains for third day; RIL, Coal India surge

Sensex gains for third day; RIL, Coal India surge
(Reuters) – The BSE Sensex rose for a third consecutive session on Tuesday, led by gains in resources stocks, as Reliance Industries climbed for a second day after a significant gas discovery, while Coal India jumped after its March-quarter profit beats estimates. Reliance Industries Ltd(RELI.NS) rose 1.82 percent, while Coal India Ltd (COAL.NS) ended 3 percent higher. The BSE Sensex gained... 

Tariff case stalls investment plans for Tata Power

Tariff case stalls investment plans for Tata Power
(Reuters) – Tata Power Co Ltd(TTPW.NS) will avoid large acquisitions and is holding back on new investments until the Indian utility has clarity on a regulatory decision allowing it to raise tariffs, its executive director for finance said on Tuesday. The electricity regulator in April allowed Tata Power, part of the salt-to-steel Tata conglomerate, to raise tariffs for power from its Mundra... 

Rupee extends fall; choppy shares weigh

Rupee extends fall; choppy shares weigh
Reuters Market Eye – Rupee extends falls to 55.78/79 versus its previous close of 55.5675/5775 as a choppy domestic share market and losses in the euro hurt. Some month-end dollar demand from oil firms also helping the pair, traders say. Most other Asian currencies too trading weaker compared with the dollar. The index of the dollar against six major currencies trading up 0.3 percent as the dollar... 

US central bank keeps buying bonds to boost economy

US central bank keeps buying bonds to boost economy
The US Federal Reserve has kept its $85bn-a-month bond buying in place, in an effort to keep borrowing costs low and bolster the economy. The central bank’s rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee also kept its key interest rate at zero to 0.25%. It said unemployment remained too high for a change in its quantitative easing policy. The US economy rebounded in the first quarter to grow by... 

Indian rupee ends lower on month-end dollar demand; US GDP awaited

Indian rupee ends lower on month-end dollar demand; US GDP awaited
* Rupee ends at 54.375/385 per dlr vs 54.21/22 on Thursday * Global currency markets await U.S. GDP data later in the session * Local stocks snap 4-day winning streak, end 0.62 pct lower By Subhadip Sircar MUMBAI, April 26 (Reuters) – The Indian rupee ended down on Friday, falling 0.8 percent for the week, dragged by month-end dollar demand from importers and weak equities. Weakness in local... 

Iain Duncan Smith asks wealthy elderly to ‘hand back’ benefits

Iain Duncan Smith asks wealthy elderly to 'hand back' benefits
Iain Duncan Smith asks wealthy elderly to ‘hand back’ benefits Iain Duncan Smith the wealthy elderly have a choice as to whether to hand back some of their benefits Continue reading the main story Related Stories Q&A: Universal credit Benefit changes: Who will be affected? The benefits system and you Wealthy elderly people who do not need benefit payments to help with fuel bills... 
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