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  • Vedanta's inexperience in oil & gas worries ONGC: Sources

    14th August, 2010 15:47

    The deal signalling a strategic shift by mining company Vedanta into oil and gas seems to be almost done. This however, seems to be a matter of worry for the oil s

  • Nandan Nilekani: From pro-bono mercenary to UIDAI chairman 

    14th August, 2010 15:13

    In an exclusive interview with CNBC-TV18 Nandan Nilekani Chairman of UIDAI speaks about how has the journey from being a pro-bono public service mercenary to the C

  • Alabama sues BP for Gulf oil spill

    14th August, 2010 15:00

    Alabama is suing BP, Transocean and Halliburton for "catastrophic harm" caused by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the state's attorney general said on Friday.

  • Suzlon Energy Q1 cons revenues of Rs 2399cr

    14th August, 2010 14:31

    Suzlon Result: Weak Q1, strong USD 4.9 bn orderbook, consolidated revenues of Rs. 2,399 cr. for Q1 FY 2010-11, Gross margin (excluding notional forex loss) maintai

  • Aid agencies struggle to reach Pakistan flood victims

    14th August, 2010 14:07

    United Nations aid agencies have provided assistance to hundreds of thousands of victims of Pakistan's worst floods in decades but relief operations have yet to re

  • Check out: What's for dinner at the NDA? 

    14th August, 2010 13:48

    CNBC-TV18's special show Secret Kitchen, decided to explore the dishes and the recipes found in the kitchens of the National Defence Academy in Pune. To learn how

  • Oh, the humanity! Hindenburg omen in stock market

    14th August, 2010 13:37

    The "Hindenburg Omen," an indicator that depends on a number of variables that was triggered on Thursday in the stock market, portending a sharp correction in comi

  • German growth spurt to steel fiscal tightening urge

    14th August, 2010 13:27

    Record growth and billions in extra tax revenues are likely to reinforce not weaken German resolve to slash public spending in the run-up to key state elections fo

  • Spaniard Rubio in no hurry for NBA move

    14th August, 2010 13:17

    Spain guard Ricky Rubio is in no rush to play in the NBA despite being drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves last year.

  • Harman chases growth in emerging markets

    14th August, 2010 13:08

    Harman International Industries Inc is aggressively pursuing contracts with Chinese automakers and speeding up hiring as the audio products maker targets USD 1 bil

  • High-risk pools an early test for health overhaul

    14th August, 2010 13:00

    When James Howard was diagnosed with brain cancer in March he did not know how he would pay for radiation treatments costing USD 87,000 and USD 2,300 a week for ch

  • Is there need for new banking licences? 

    14th August, 2010 12:54

    In an exclusive interview with CNBC-TV18, S Narayan former finance secretary and V Vaidyanathan former MD & CEO of ICICI Pru, answer some of the critical questions

  • BP to proceed with relief well after tests

    14th August, 2010 12:37

    BP Plc will proceed with a relief well to kill its blown-out Gulf of Mexico well, the top US spill official said on Friday.

  • Exemptions: On TRAC? 

    14th August, 2010 12:16

    Takeover regulations in most countries do now allow any automatic exemptions. But in India, the list is a long one. The Takeover Regulations Advisory Committee has

  • Is Germany driving growth in Europe? 

    14th August, 2010 12:01

    The gross domestic product (GDP) numbers for the Eurozone expanded by 1% in the second quarter, ie from the first and by 1.7% versus the second quarter of 2009 tha

  • How can we use technology to make India a better place? 

    14th August, 2010 12:00

    How can we use technology to make India a better place? Suresh Venkat and the Founder of Give India, Venkat Krishnan, talk about the joy of giving this Independenc

  • Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 3 wickets in Tri-series

    14th August, 2010 11:10

    Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by three wickets in the second match of the one-day Tri-series on Friday.

  • Foden looks to the sky in new novel

    14th August, 2010 11:10

    Giles Foden, British author of 'The Last King of Scotland', found perhaps unlikely inspiration for his latest novel, 'Turbulence', in his father-in-law.

  • GM IPO filing delayed until early next week: Source

    14th August, 2010 11:08

    General Motors Co has delayed its IPO filing until early next week as it updates its prospectus with the recent CEO change and a management risk factor, a source f

  • Wall St Week Ahead: Retailers' results may sway stocks

    14th August, 2010 11:08

    US stock investors will brace for further signs of weakness in the US recovery next week as earnings from key retailers are expected.

  • US retail sales tepid but sentiment finds a footing

    14th August, 2010 11:08

    US retail sales rebounded in July but showed hints of lingering economic softness, as did inflation data showing underlying price pressures stuck at their lowest l

  • Goldman CEO, others get millions from options

    14th August, 2010 11:08

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc on Friday said several top company officials, including Chairman and Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein, exercised stock options this week and

  • GM: The year from bankruptcy to IPO

    14th August, 2010 11:08

    General Motors Co is expected to file a registration for an initial public offering of stock with US securities regulators in the coming days, just over a year aft

  • BlackBerry assures India on access to services

    14th August, 2010 11:08

    Research In Motion has promised India a technical solution for decoding encrypted BlackBerry data, a senior official said on Friday, a step that could allay Indian

  • Check out: Young entrepreneurs cashing in on animation buzz 

    14th August, 2010 08:32

    CNBC-TV18s special presentation Young Turks Idea Without Boundaries caught up with three entrepreneurs who are cashing in on the gaming opportunity.

  • US markets end weak; Nasdaq down 17 points

    14th August, 2010 08:00

    US stocks closed out their worst week in six with a whimper on Friday, slumping toward the close as economic data gave little reason to reverse a string of sell-of

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