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Most European bourses closed off their morning highs, however, after euro zone inflation data slightly cooled market speculation about fresh monetary stimulus by the European Central bank.
Modi, Jaitley said at the launch of two books \'Narendra Modi: The Game Changer and Being Modi\', is clear about the direction of his government.
Government has decided to announce a cash reward of Rs 1 crore on the head of top Naxal leaders and for informers who provide information about their whereabouts.
Fabius, speaking to French TV station France 24, also said that EU sanctions against Russia would probably be reinforced.
Congress today hit out at Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla for her reported remark that all Indians were \"Hindus\" .
Over the period of 2008 to 2012, foreign students from India, China and South Korea contributed $ 21.8 bn in tuition fees and $ 12.8 bn in living costs to 118 metro areas of the US.
Tesco plunged deeper into crisis today after issuing yet another profits warning, cutting both its dividend and capital expenditure, and rushing in its new chief executive.
Florida looks pretty shady in Ramin Bahrani\'s Orlando-set drama, one of 20 films competing for prizes at the Venice Film Festival.
The United States and some of its allies suspect Iran is using its civilian nuclear program as a cover to develop atomic weapons.
BJP credits Modi for hike in growth rate  (29 August 10:32 pm) 
BJP today credited the leadership of Modi and the steps taken by the new govt for the increase in the country\'s growth rate to 5.7 per cent for the April-June quarter.
Wall Street fell early in the session after Britain introduced a note of caution into the market, raising its international terrorism threat level.
High-end defence deals possible with Japan: ModiModi today said India sees possibility of a new era of cooperation with Japan in high-end defence technology and equipment.
Samajwadi Party today alleged that the saffron party is banking heavily on \"communalism\" for the Lok Sabha and 11 Assembly bypolls in UP.
Congress is buoyed after its alliance with RJD & JDU clinched six out of 10 Assembly seats in the Bihar by-election held on August 21.
Former India cricket captain Bishen Singh Bedi said UPSC should create an Indian Sports Service (ISS) on par with IAS/IPS.
Birender Singh said Haryana, which has earned a bad name due to corruption and caste politics, would be free from these ills under BJP.
Modi govt believes in selling out nation: Mamata West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said any global economic downturn in future would have severe implications on the Indian economy.
The new NDA government, after assuming office under Modi on June 26, has taken certain steps to increase FDI into the country.
Investors remain on edge over tensions between Russia and Ukraine after Ukraine said on Thursday that Russia had moved troops into the country.
Retail inflation for industrial workers rose to 7.23% in July compared to 6.49% in June this year mainly due to rise in the price of food items, petrol, rail fare, college fee and house rent.
The court, however, agreed to hear the plea of All India Students Union (AISA), that the ballot numbers to candidates be given by a draw of lots.
EPFO has asked its field offices to focus on construction industry and services sector to increase the coverage of its social security net by 30 per cent following government\'s decision to enhance
A special CBI court today issued letters rogatory (LRs) to the competent authorities of United Kingdom (UK), Switzerland, Singapore, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and British Virgin Island in connection
A federal jury had in 2010 awarded Oracle $1.3 bn of damages, but the trial judge said Oracle had proven actual damages of only $272 mn.
Congress President Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi will not be campaigning for bye-elections in Uttar Pradesh scheduled on September 13.