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Hyundai Motor Co and affiliate Kia Motors Corp have hired Albert Biermann, chief engineer for BMW\'s M performance cars, to develop performance cars and improve ride and handling.
British actress Billie Whitelaw, famous for her intense collaboration with playwright Samuel Beckett who wrote several roles for her, died on Sunday aged 82, her son told the BBC.
Five things to know about gift cards  (22 December 06:15 am) 
Looking for the perfect gift for your loved ones? A gift card from a bank is a cool option because it lets the recipient buy the stuff he or she wants. It is also a safe way to introduce youngsters to
All investments come with risks, even FDs  (22 December 05:46 am) 
No asset class can be termed as risk-free. Diversify your investments to take charge of your financial life.
Time to lock in at high rates  (22 December 05:46 am) 
Interest rates are headed south, so lock in your money at the prevailing rates. If you don’t have a lump sum to invest in fixed deposits, go for recurring deposits.
WikiLeaks released two CIA documents that offered tips to help spies maintain their cover while using false documents as they crossed international borders.
Obama says Sony hack not an act of war  (22 December 04:15 am) 
US President Barack Obama moved to prevent US anger at North Korea from spiraling out of control on Sunday by saying the massive hacking of Sony Pictures was not an act of war but instead was
2 NYPD cops shot in black revenge attack  (22 December 04:15 am) 
Ismaaiyl Abdullah Brinsley crept up behind a NYPD patrol car in Brooklyn\'s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighbourhood and shot the two officers several times in the head and torso as they were eating their
Word of mouth sways car buyers  (22 December 01:46 am) 
Word of mouth from family and friends proves to be the most influential source of information for Indian car buyers with potential customers devoting 10 times more time researching the cars compared
India’s largest real estate developer DLF has explored options to monetize some commercial assets worth about $500 million or Rs 3,000 crore, with a clutch of global investors to allay concerns
Deutsche becomes India’s top dealmaker  (22 December 01:46 am) 
Deutsche Bank has emerged as India’s top dealmaker by fees earned during 2014. The European giant grossed $31 million in investment banking revenue, moving up from the fifth position it held in the
Sebi probes money laundering at companies  (22 December 01:15 am) 
Over 50 companies are being investigated by the Securities & Exchange Board of India (Sebi) for what the market regulator suspects are activities aimed at money laundering and tax evasion in unheard
Modi to meet secretaries on 'Make in India'  (22 December 12:47 am) 
At a time when the ambitious \'Make in India\' strategy is under attack, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet secretaries dealing with the 25 focus sectors and seek their inputs for the action plan
Saudi Arabia said on Sunday it would not cut output to prop up oil markets even if non-Opec nations did so, in one of the toughest signals yet that the world\'s top petroleum exporter plans to ride out
SpiceJet resumes normal operations  (21 December 09:15 pm) 
The airline\'s on-time performance was badly hit on Saturday with most of its flights from Delhi and Mumbai airport departing and arriving at a delay of up to three hours.
The Wadia Group-promoted budget carrier GoAir on Sunday said it has put 1.7 million seats up for sale, offering fares as low as Rs 1,469 for travel next year with a five-day booking period starting
Video shows Boko Haram killing captives  (21 December 08:15 pm) 
A new video from Nigeria\'s home-grown Boko Haram extremists shows gunmen mowing down civilians lying face down in a dorm, and a leader saying they are being killed because they are \"infidels\" or
An Afghan journalist who was seriously injured during a suicide attack on a French cultural centre died of his wounds in hospital on Sunday, officials said.
On a visit to Macau, a former Portuguese colony, to celebrate 15th anniversary of its return to Chinese sovereignty, President Xi Jinping has asked the government there to better regulate its gambling
Iraqi Kurdish fighters, backed by US-led coalition airstrikes, pushed their way Sunday into the town of Sinjar, captured by the Islamic State militants last summer.
Car maker Renault India plans to hike prices of its entire range of vehicles by up to 2.5 per cent from next month to partially offset the impact of rising input costs.
The wholesale inflation may have hit a zero level, but economists feel it is too early to worry about a \'deflation\' possibility, as a \'nil\' rate of price rise was just a statistical phenomenon in the
India has trimmed its holdings of US government securities to $77.5 billion at the end of October even as the world\'s largest economy is expanding at a moderate pace.
Raghuram Rajan says he is neither Superman nor James Bond, but he appears to have emerged as a \'lone ranger\' — fighting persistent rate cut demands, \"schizophrenic\" attempts to weaken RBI and even
India remains one of the most preferred investment destinations for global investors while domestic companies expect stable economic conditions in the near term, says a survey.