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Govt may allow private cos to extract gold; aims to curb galloping trade deficitThe government is considering a proposal to allow a private company to commercially extract gold from Ganajur gold mines
Does the coming of Microsoft Lumia, spell the end of an era for Nokia smartphones? Microsoft will use the Nokia brand for 10 years for feature phones and has decided to re-brand the Nokia Lumia range
View: BJP will have to grapple with discontent in Maha
Surprise Japanese stimulus lifts markets to record levels India’s key indices jumped to new records on Friday, tracking a global rally, on hopes that some of the Japanese central bank’s largesse
China\'s factory sector grew in October but at a pace that was slightly slower than expected. The official Purchasing Managers\' Index (PMI) eased to 50.8 in October from Sept 51.1
Rahul Gandhi must take over as Congress president, rejig party: Digvijaya SinghThe time has come for Rahul to take full charge of Congress as its handson leader while Sonia Gandhi can continue to
Pamban Bridge may give way to save Ram SethuThe government is considering these and other options to allow big ships to pass through the Pamban Strait.
Akhilesh Yadav trying to revive SP’s fortunesFor a good part of the 2.5 years that he has been in the post, Akhilesh Yadav has been continually attacked for poor governance and deteriorating law and
Arun Jaitley on Friday said India will attract enough capital flows this fiscal to finance the current account deficit, which is likely to moderate due to lower oil prices.
Shah Rukh\'s Happy New Year pockets Rs 30 cr through in-film product placementsHappy New Year also created a record for in-film product placement, earning an estimated Rs 30 crore from more than 20
Britain to repay £2bn World War I debt  (01 November 05:46 am) 
The debt had not previously been paid off because the government has to pay relatively little interest on it, having paid a total of £1.26 billion since 1917.
Anderson was highly praised for his courage in going to Bhopal four days after the accident, where he was immediately arrested.
Maruti, Honda Siel, Hitachi soar as Yen hits 6-year low The sharp decline in the value of yen against the dollar has sparked off a rally in many of the Japanese companies operating out of India.
The deferred prosecution agreements, which were set to expire in December, are expected to be extended, and Standard Chartered could face another fine.
ITC Q2 profit at Rs 2,425.16 crore  (01 November 06:46 am) 
ITC said that the result were not comparable due to demerger of non engineering business of Wimco and its merger into the company.
Cong-JMM pact breaks, it's advantage BJP  (01 November 05:46 am) 
Cong-JMM pact breaks, it\'s advantage BJPOn Friday, Congress called off its alliance with the ruling JMM saying it was making unrealistic demands for seats.
The insurance regulator has warned that a low interest rate regime could pose a challenge for insurance companies in giving good returns to policy holders.
When asked about the pre-election promises made by the BJP about road toll and other issues, Fadnavis did not make any commitment about removing the road toll.
Coach 50 lakh guards to act as ‘eyes and ears’ of police personnel and, may be, allow private to carry arms. That’s the home ministry’s ambitious plan.
Govt to train 50 lakh pvt guards as police multiplierCoach 50 lakh guards to act as ‘eyes and ears’ of police personnel and, may be, allow private to carry arms. That’s the home ministry’s
India’s key indices jumped to new records on Friday, tracking a global rally, on hopes that some of the Japanese central bank’s largesse will find its way into emerging markets.
The time has come for Rahul to take full charge of Congress as its handson leader while Sonia Gandhi can continue to mentor the party, said Digvijaya Singh.
The paper said the Chinese plane leasing firm would sign a MoU with Airbus soon, adding that the CALG wants to build up a fleet of at least 100 jets by 2015.
France has said that next year\'s deficit -- the shortfall between revenue and spending -- will hit 4.3 per cent of annual economic output.
Virgin’s spaceship crashes during test flight, pilot killed\"During the test, the vehicle suffered a serious anomaly resulting in the loss of SpaceShipTwo,\" the firm said in a tweet.