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UPA-2’s costly mistake: failure to curb rising prices
A key reason for the surge in anti-incumbency faced by UPA has been its failure to curb inflationary pressures
Bollywood actor and TMC MP Mithun Chakraborty dances during a poll campa...
Bollywood actor and TMC MP Mithun Chakraborty dances during a poll campaign rally in favour of TMC candidate Sandhya Roy in West Midnapore d
Sourav Ganguly turns entrepreneur, hires IIM-C graduate
The former cricketer chose the graduate for a ‘niche brand management and marketing role’ in his enterprise
Sensex trades over 90 points higher on positive global cues
All sectoral indices are in green; Bankex rose 0.72% to be biggest gainer, while consumer durable index rose 0.6%
Yahoo to partner with Yelp to attract search users
Yahoo will offer Yelp’s ratings of local merchants
HSBC says part of worldwide foreign exchange probe
HSBC joins British banks Barclays and RBS in confirming that they are part of the investigations
Preparatory work in full swing for Mars Orbiter Mission
PSLV C 25 is scheduled to lift off at 2.38 pm on Tuesday
India throws rings of protection around Narendra Modi
An attack on either Narendra Modi or Rahul Gandhi could spark waves of reprisal violence
Barclays suspends six traders as forex probe goes global
Some of the six were reportedly based outside Britain; RBS also suspended two of its traders
BlackBerry bidder Fairfax said to be short on funding as deadline looms
Fairfax’s advisers, Bank of America and Bank of Montreal, have been rebuffed by other lenders they contacted to help finance a bid