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Indian-origin UK trader arrested over US 'flash crash'A futures trader was arrested in the United Kingdom on US wire fraud, commodities fraud and manipulation charges in the May 2010 "Flash Crash,"
A deal that would allow the transfer of material, reactors, components and technology between the two nations, if approved by the US Congress.
Mylan has adopted a poison pill defense, a shareholder rights plan that makes a hostile takeover less likely, and has said it is committed to a stand-alone strategy.
Mohammed Hamzah Khan's attorney told a Tuesday hearing in Chicago that a psychiatrist determined the 19-year-old isn't mentally ill.
Chinese Prez Xi Jinping to create hometown bonhomie with Modi in ancient XianModi will begin his three-day China sojourn by arriving in the ancient city of Xian, the capital of Xi's home province
Chinese Prez Xi Jinping to create hometown bonhomie with Narendra Modi in ancient XianModi will begin his three-day China sojourn by arriving in the ancient city of Xian, the capital of Xi's home
Kerry will also visit the United Nations to address a conference reviewing the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons.
Janet Yellen wants you to know that while the era of zero rates may be drawing to a close, money will stay cheap for a long time to come.
About 800 migrants including children from the Middle East and Africa died when their boat capsized off the coast of Libya on Sunday.
White House spokesman Josh Earnest says the Roosevelt's primary purpose is to ensure goods can transit safely through the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea.
Mylan has adopted a poison pill defense, a shareholder rights plan that makes a hostile takeover less likely, and has said it is committed to a stand-alone strategy.
The US Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson made the announcement at the RSA conference on computer security in San Francisco.
5 activists of Pakistan's Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) were sentenced to 25 years in prison by an anti-terrorism court here for assaulting policemen and attempt to murder.
RBI had earlier announced a panel under Nachiket M Mor, Director of Central Board, for payments banks.
Ambassador of India to Nepal Ranjit Rae inaugurated Shree Purna Higher Secondary School in Kanchapur district today that was constructed with aid from India at the cost of Rs 17.6 million.
Parkar was being examined as a witness in the case related to a dispute between Bal Thackeray's two sons, Uddhav and Jaidev, over his will.
The move is part of steps the ministry is taking to revive investors confidence in SEZs.
Hazara Region took the lead by training 3,973 guards followed by Bannu Region with the figure of 2,192 guards and Mardan Region with 1,938 guards.
"We said that there was nothing to indicate that Baghdadi had been wounded or killed," Warren said. "There's nothing to indicate that there's been a change."
Google ranked ninth in terms of total lobbying spending in 2014 at $16.8 million.
Up next, PAN card to be issued in 48 hours flat!"An online facility for issuance of PAN is on the anvil under which an applicant can get a PAN card within 48 hours," a senior official said.
Go all out to counter oppn on land issue: BJP to MPsParliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu alleged Congress is continuously trying to spread falsehood as truth and asked party MPs to counter
Parliamentary Affairs Minister M Venkaiah Naidu alleged Congress is continuously trying to spread falsehood as truth and asked party MPs to counter it aggressively.
Any trader or entity can export sugar to the European Union and the US under the tariff rate quota (TRQ), which entitles shipments to enjoy low tariff.
Vadra said since he was not SPG protectee, his children and he have always travelled like ordinary passengers.