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The protest followed a meeting on Thursday between airline staff and relatives who have been waiting for nearly 50 days for news.
The protest followed a meeting on Thursday between airline staff and relatives who have been waiting for nearly 50 days for news.
Quarterly iPhone sales more than doubled and more growth appears likely given Vietnam\'s predominantly young, tech-savvy population.
US has alleged that Russia is destabilising situation in Ukraine and warned that if it continued in this direction, it will be mistake.
Obama warned North Korea on Friday against conducting another nuclear test, saying that it would draw a firm international response.
Malaysia to release MH370 report: PM  (25 April 10:54 am) 
Najib was asked why investigators need to look at the report before its release, and whether that indicated it contained something \"embarrassing\".
Najib was asked why investigators need to look at the report before its release, and whether that indicated it contained something \"embarrassing\".
US industry wants \"predictability, certainty and transparency\" in India\'s policies, and this would be its agenda with the new government.
United States and Japan have achieved breakthrough on market access in bilateral talks on Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
Stock splits do not change the value of the company, one reason why Apple CEO Tim Cook said just two years ago that a split does \"nothing.\"
Sensex stuck in a range; Top stock bets  (25 April 10:38 am) 
The Sensex rallied over 60 points to touch its fresh lifetime high of 22939.31, but pared gains quickly weighed down by losses.
The idol-makers\' main demand relates to building of proper infrastructure in their Kumartuli colony for building big idols.
\"We went all in on this small area and didn\'t find anything. Now you\'ve got to go back to the big area,\" the official said. \"And now you\'re talking years.\"
Singh, a former minister in the Nitish Kumar government, saying that those who opposed Narendra Modi should go to Pakistan.
\'Tax Terrorism\': Share deals of unlisted cos under scannerHundreds of closely held firms, many owned by country\'s top biz houses, have been questioned on premium collected against the sale of shares.
Internet governance debated in Brazil  (25 April 10:20 am) 
The meeting\'s final statement welcomed the U.S. government\'s recent announcement that it plans to turn over the ICANN. which manages the core functions of the Internet.
Volvo Q1 profit in line with forecast  (25 April 10:20 am) 
Volvo, Sweden\'s biggest company by sales and top private sector employer, also raised its outlook for the North American truck market.
Volvo, Sweden\'s biggest company by sales and top private sector employer, also raised its outlook for the North American truck market.
It reported an 18 per cent rise in its March quarter net profit as crude oil production from its showpiece Rajasthan fields soared.
Mkts hit fresh all-time high | Illiquid stks show signs of revivalOn the sectoral fron, BSE Bankex was up 0.52 per cent, the S&P BSE Realty Index gained 0.35 per cent and the S&P BSE Healthcare Index
Asian stocks mixed on US earnings  (25 April 09:16 am) 
Tokyo\'s Nikkei 225 index gained 0.6 per cent to 14,495.57, rebounding from a 1 per cent plunge a day earlier.
ET Now spoke to various experts and here\'s what they have to recommend for today\'s trade.
India has a stake in oil blocks in Vietnam and growing strategic and defence partnership with Hanoi and other countries in the region.
Indian markets are expected to trade in a range. Here is a list of ten stocks which are likely to be in focus in trade today.
Tracking the momentum, the Nifty index is expected to retest its crucial psychological level of 6800 in trade today.