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Indian markets are expected to trade in a range. Here is a list of fifteen stocks which are likely to be in focus today.
Tracking the momentum, the Nifty index is expected to reclaim its crucial psychological level of 8,100 in trade today.
Nude photos of Hollywood celebrities, including Jennifer Lawrence, posted on internet forums by unknown hackers has sparked condemnation.
The White House said Obama would be consulting this week with NATO allies on additional actions to take against Islamic State forces.
Deal was supposed to be part of JPMorgan\'s $3.5 billion sale of its physical commodities business to Swiss trading house Mercuria earlier.
Asian markets: Tokyo stocks open 0.82% higher  (03 September 08:18 am) 
The benefit of the currency market moves for equities should be enough to offset mostly weaker US stocks on Tuesday, traders said.
Nearly three billion people risk ill health and early death merely from breathing the air in their homes that is polluted by fires made for cooking.
International medical agency Medecins sans Frontieres said world was \"losing the battle\" to contain Ebola as UN warned of severe food shortages.
Srinivasan Gopalan, Airtel\'s consumer business director, said that the Airtel of the future wanted to own the \'smartphone network.\'
Pricing of rare earth oxides remains a sticky point between India and Japan as the two countries try to revive an earlier agreement.
Gas-based power cos agree to revenue cut  (03 September 06:46 am) 
To keep electricity tariffs from these plants low, the government has proposed to waive customs duty on natural gas imports.
The brokerages expect the demand for cement to rise further, given that many infrastructure projects are yet to take off.
Mr Modi gets congressised: Swaminathan Aiyar  (03 September 06:46 am) 
Mr Modi gets congressised: Swaminathan AiyarIndira Gandhi nationalised banks in 1969 to promote financial inclusion. The Congress has pushed that theme ever since.
Of the 740 companies with over Rs 500 crore market capitalisation, shares of 180 fell between 20% and 50% while another 200 companies declined.
Hiren Joshi - The man behind PM Modi’s Japanese tweets The embassy reverted with the Japanese translation, after which a translator appointed by the external affairs ministry was asked to verify the
Ex-colleagues see SAP imprint on Sikka’s strategy for Infy Sikka’s emphasis on the problem-solving exercise has a print of Hasso Plattner, and will be the single biggest transformational change,
However, analysts say it may be too early to dismiss the company’s long-term prospects. The company has among the most diversified portfolios .
Nitin Gadkari has said that 50% of all works under the rural employment guarantee scheme, the MGNREGA would be related to water conservation.
Several areas in Mumbai plunge into darkness  (03 September 05:46 am) 
Large parts of Mumbai, including residential and office complexes, faced power outages as unit 5 of the Trombay power station .
Rainfall shortage in the state on Tuesday was 64%. In 18 of its 21 districts it was below 50%. Haryana had last declared drought in 2002 .
“Big data is useful, but only when contextualised,” said Deepak Malghan, who is one of four key people behind the project. \"
Malaysia’s Maxis Communications has denied allegations of wrongdoing brought against it in a charge-sheet filed by CBI last week relating to its stake purchase in Aircel.
The environment ministry has set up a committee headed by former cabinet secretary TSR Subramanian to review environment-related laws .
Indo-Vietnam defence ties are on an upward trajectory and Hanoi has been keen for the last few years to purchase this missile.
Lokpal search committee gets more power  (03 September 04:46 am) 
Lokpal search committee gets more powerThis will now initiate the process to set up the Lokpal. The Department of Personnel and Training has issued a notification dated 27 August.