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Many laggards in a peaking market  (07 March 03:48 am) 
Many companies have not performed well in the past few years in terms of earnings, while some firms are struggling with high debt-equity ratios.
The company is 75% owned by Gujarat Flourochemicals while the remaining 25% is with the Jain family, promoters of the Inox Group.
The clients have lodged their claims with the exchange, which are supposed to collect money from brokers and disburse to the clients.
Junior partner at blue-chip firm files suit saying she was discriminated against; jury trying to figure out why there are so few women leaders in Silicon Valley.
Junior partner at blue-chip firm files suit saying she was discriminated against; jury trying to figure out why there are so few women leaders in Silicon Valley.
“Going ahead, we can see that finance centres like the GIFT city in Gujarat or in Mumbai would compete with global cities. \"
Wood, in his widely-read note ‘Greed & Fear’, said China will be vulnerable and the Budget was well balanced.
Bidding intensity was high mostly in the refarmed 900MHz band, and some in the 800MHz band, which can be used for 4G data technology.
US February unemployment rate drops to 5.5%, lowest in seven yearsEmployers added more jobs than forecast in February and the unemployment rate dropped to 5.5%, the lowest in almost seven years.
The transcripts offer a complete record of who said what and when—and so provide far more detail than the minutes of monetary policy meetings.
The transcripts offer a complete record of who said what and when—and so provide far more detail than the minutes of monetary policy meetings.
Exotic, expensive are all words sure to be heard in abundance at Geneva Motor Show,as the biggest names in automotive excellence show off their latest machines.
The government has garnered bids worth around Rs 77,000 crore at the end of three days of spectrum auction as telecom operators continued to bid aggressively.
Berlin does not see any basis for Greece to get the next tranche of its bailout immediately to prevent it from becoming insolvent but if Athens implements its reforms sooner than expected, it could
Former National Security Adviser MK Narayanan today said the US cannot counter China in the Asian region without India\'s support.
British energy giant BP unveiled plans today to invest a record USD 12 billion in Egyptian gas fields with Russian partner DEA in a \"vote of confidence\" for the troubled nation.British energy giant BP
The government will have to deepen the securitization market, which stood at Rs 49,000 crore last fiscal, to oil the economy that is expected to gather momentum after the investment push given in the
India, the third largest borrower in the region, will not add any incremental debt this year and is likely to retain its share at 8.7 per cent of the total.
Is Apple Watch a game changer?  (06 March 09:15 pm) 
The stakes are big for Apple CEO Tim Cook: the watch is the first brand-new Apple product to be launched without legendary co-founder Steve Jobs.
\'Mandate a historic opportunity, no digging of past\'Sayeed today said he has been given a historic opportunity by the people to \"connect and further gel\" the three distinct regions of the state--
World Cup 2015: Dhoni guides India to four wicket win over West Indies | CoverageMahendra Singh Dhoni top-scored with an unbeaten 45 to guide India to a four-wicket win over West Indies.
Malaysia Airlines has increased the frequency with which its aircraft are tracked, the carrier said on Friday, a safety enhancement spurred by the still unexplained disappearance of flight MH370 one
US employers extended a healthy streak of hiring in February by adding 295,000 jobs, the 12th straight monthly gain above 200,000.
48 Indian fishermen captured by PakistanThe Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (MSA) today apprehended 48 Indian fishermen and seized 8 of their boats near Jakhau port off the Gujarat coast, officials
High Court\'s poser on valuation of Jaya\'s propertiesThe Karnataka High Court today virtually questioned the \"common sense\" of Tamil Nadu officials who over-valued the properties of former Chief