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  • Is it time for hotel boom? 

    7th April, 2011 22:40

    The Indian hotel industry is in an upbeat mood. A slew of major international brands are lining up with open wallets and cheque-books.

  • Tsunami worries mount as new earthquake hits Japan

    7th April, 2011 22:28

    An earthquake measuring 7.4 on the Richter scale has rocked Japan. The epicentre of the quake is of Japan's northeastern coast, and 40 kilometers under-water. The

  • Super luxury car makers fight for share in Indian pie 

    7th April, 2011 22:12

    Simple luxury is passé. The Indian taste buds now water only when the 'super luxury' tag is evident. And car brands around the world are falling over one another t

  • Quiet day, says Udayan. Who are todays leaders, laggards? 

    7th April, 2011 21:56

    Another calm session for the market today. The Nifty consolidates in a tight range before closing below the 5,900 mark. Volumes remain low today at Rs 90,000 crore

  • Final stage of MFI restructuring begins  

    7th April, 2011 21:44

    The first of the MFI restructurings is coming to a close. Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) along with 10 other banks have recast debt of unlisted

  • Lokpal Bill: Activist Agnivesh sure it will be passed 

    7th April, 2011 21:22

    Gadhian Anna Hazare continues his fast against corruption on the third day. No consensus seems to be reached between the centre and the state yet. In fact Anna has

  • Horror strikes again: 7.4 quake shakes Japan

    7th April, 2011 20:54

    A quake measuring 7.4 on the Richter scale rocks north-eastern Japan. Though there are no immediate risks to nuclear plants, but a tsunami warning has been issued

  • Warren Buffett and his planned silence

    7th April, 2011 20:48

    Warren Buffett should be directly responding to the unprecedented criticism he is facing over the behavior of his one-time heir apparent, but experts fear he is be

  • ECB signals determined to act on inflation

    7th April, 2011 20:48

    By declaring it is "essential" to avoid broad-based pressure for inflation and raising its overnight deposit rate as well as its key refi rate, the European Centra

  • FSLRC: Task at Hand

    7th April, 2011 19:42

    By Harsh Kumar, Senior Associate, Khaitan & Co

  • ECB raises rates 25 bps in exit from crisis policy

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    The European Central Bank raised interest rates by 25 basis points to 1.25 percent on Thursday, announcing its first hike since July 2008 to counter firming inflat

  • Let us pray... that William and Kate stay faithful!

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    The Church of England issued a special prayer on Thursday ahead of the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, asking worshippers to call on God to

  • Learn how to change your offensive behaviour

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    Do behaviours or actions that you think are cute or "just the way I work" make you come across as a jerk? What you think of as authentic leadership can just be bad

  • BSE inks cooperation pact with Japanese exchange

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) today joined hands with Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE) to create a co-operative relationship for the development of financial mark

  • Sachin is ageless: Adam Gilchrist

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    Sachin Tendulkar would be 42 when the next World Cup comes around but former Australian batsman Adam Gilchrist says the Indian batting icon could well be seen in a

  • Stocks fall after new Japan earthquake

    7th April, 2011 22:35

    Global equities fell after a strong earthquake shook Japan and the euro fell against the dollar as the European Central Bank raised rates but signaled it was not n

  • Riding on brand Dhoni, Chennai team becomes IPL favorite 

    7th April, 2011 22:25

    Chennai Super Kings—it's a brand that has suddenly acquired a whole lot more punch. Evidence: new sponsors, and exciting merchandise.

  • Go, no-go debate still on: MoEF to review policy

    7th April, 2011 21:58

    The environment ministry will review the go, no-go policy for mining. Sources tell CNBC-TV18 that the MoEF will make a presentation of reviewed areas in the next G

  • Mexico hit by 6.5 earthquake

    7th April, 2011 21:54

    A strong earthquake measuring 6.5 struck southern and central Mexico today, but there were no initial reports of damage or casualties, Mexican and US officials sai

  • Anna Hazara's fast continues; no consensus yet 

    7th April, 2011 21:31

    Anna Hazare continues his fast against corruption on the third day as no consensus seems to be reached between the centre and the state on the issue.

  • Genpact's $550m deal: Can Headstrong buy be a game changer? 

    7th April, 2011 20:59

    BPO major Genpact acquired offshore solutions major Headstrong in a USD 550 million deal. The deal will give Genpact better global access through Headstrong’s onsi

  • Feb industrial output growth seen at 5.2%

    7th April, 2011 20:49

    India's industrial output probably rose 5.2% in February from a year earlier, picking up pace from the previous month on higher exports, the median forecast in a R

  • OECD says structural reforms key to global recovery

    7th April, 2011 20:48

    Major rich and developing countries need to press ahead with economic reforms to ensure a global recovery becomes self-sustaining despite the winding up of monetar

  • No ban on food imports from Japan: Commerce min sources

    7th April, 2011 20:30

    In an inter-ministerial meet chaired by commerce minister Anand Sharma on Thursday, the ministry has decided that there would be no ban on food imports from Japan,

  • Rupee to dip in 6 months

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    A widening current account deficit and less favorable global liquidity conditions could cause Brazil's real to weaken slightly over the next year, a Reuters poll s

  • Europe stocks up on Portugal, ECB hikes

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    European shares rose on Thursday on hopes that Portugal's decision to seek financial aid could put a brake on the region's debt crisis and as the European Central

  • GE makes $600m push into solar energy

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    General Electric Co kicked off a big push in solar power, unveiling plans to build a new factory that it says will be the largest in the United States and a large

  • Gaddafi attacks oil fields to block rebel war finances

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    Attacks by government troops this week have also halted production in rebel-held oil fields, just as a tanker with the first shipment of crude left Tobruk yesterda

  • Bankers, AI management to hold meeting tomorrow

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    A solution to Air India's problem of servicing its huge debt burden may come about soon with the bankers consortium and the airline management holding a meeting in

  • One should not fiddle with classics: Randhir Kapoor

    7th April, 2011 19:30

    Actor Randhir is not in favour of fiddling with classics, including his father and actor Raj Kapoor's 1951-hit 'Awara' as he feels it is difficult to remake such f

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