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Moneycontrol News Archive : 25 April, 2010

  • Euro zone needs to be firm with Greece: France

    25th April, 2010 16:09

    Helping Greece overcome its debt problems is necessary for euro zone stability but the bloc needs to be firmer with members if it wants to prevent future crises, F

  • Some lava, less ash from Iceland volcano

    25th April, 2010 15:45

    A small amount of lava is now flowing from the Icelandic volcano that disrupted air traffic across Europe last week, and the ash production that caused the problem

  • Japan firms to standardise mobile software

    25th April, 2010 15:18

    Four major Japanese electronics companies will standardise their core software platform for next-generation cellphones aimed at reducing costs and raising competit

  • Amitabh Bachchan says he has cirrhosis

    25th April, 2010 15:14

    Amitabh Bachchan whose disciplined, teetotalling life is somewhat rare in Bollywood, has said his liver has been partially destroyed by cirrhosis, requiring consta

  • Pakistan to seek extradition of Mohammad Ajmal Kasab

    25th April, 2010 15:14

    Pakistan will seek the extradition from India of the suspected lone surviving gunman from the 2008 Mumbai attacks to further its own investigation into the case, o

  • Obama on Goldman, SEC and his year-and-a-half in power 

    25th April, 2010 10:32

    In this exclusive interview with CNBC’s John Harwood, President Barack Obama talks about the rules of the game on Wall Street, the Goldman Sachs investigation in p

  • Bids for one all-India 3G licence reach $1.8 bn

    25th April, 2010 10:21

    Bids for one set of nationwide third-generation (3G) mobile spectrum licences in India reached Rs 79 billion (USD 1.78 billion), or 126% above the base price, on t

  • Canada says Europe doubts 45 bn enough for Greece

    25th April, 2010 09:17

    Some European countries worry that a 45 billion-euro (USD 60.5 billion) rescue package for Greece from the European and the IMF will be insufficient, a top Canadia

  • Saudi Arabia spent $ 5.6 bn on projects in Q1

    25th April, 2010 09:04

    Saudi Arabia awarded development contracts worth 20.9 billion riyals (USD 5.6 billion) in the first quarter, down almost 50% from last year, as the oil exporter pu

  • Geithner: Give emerging mkts more IMF power

    25th April, 2010 09:00

    Emerging-market economies should be given an increased say in global financial institutions at the cost of rich countries, US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner s

  • Greece races for rescue, some fear not enough

    25th April, 2010 09:00

    Finance leaders scrambled to secure aid for debt-stricken Greece on Saturday and Canada cautioned that some European countries feared the 45 billion euros (USD 60

  • Shortsighted to oppose bank tax, IMF warns

    25th April, 2010 09:00

    Countries that weathered the global economic crisis with their financial systems relatively unscathed are being shortsighted by opposing a global bank levy, the IM

  • Auto bailouts have paid off: Obama

    25th April, 2010 09:00

    President Barack Obama said on Saturday taxpayer-funded bailouts of the US auto industry that he approved had paid off, in what amounted to a rejection of conserva

  • Microsoft, Google eye Arabic web growth potential

    25th April, 2010 09:00

    The further integration of Arabic language capabilities in internet and other technological architecture will grant millions access to the digital world, Microsoft

  • UBS, Ernst settle HealthSouth cases for $250.5 m

    25th April, 2010 09:00

    The Swiss bank UBS AG and the accounting firm Ernst & Young LLP have agreed to USD 250.5 million of settlements to resolve investor lawsuits over a fraud that near

  • China urges rich states to reform, control spending

    25th April, 2010 09:00

    Developed countries pose the greatest risk to the global economy and must restore fiscal discipline and enact financial and structural reforms as soon as possible

  • Tribeca film explores al Qaeda's history and culture

    25th April, 2010 09:00

    A new film by Oscar-winning documentarian Alex Gibney takes viewers from Cairo to London on a search for the cultural and historical roots of al Qaeda and some of

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