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Tata Coffee on Tuesday reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 32.36 crore for the second quarter ended September 30, on account of better performance by the company\'s US subsidiary.
The head of Iran\'s top clerical body has died after lying in a coma for months, leaving a gap in the only institution that has the authority to elect and dismiss the country\'s supreme leader.
A benchmark index of equities markets closed on Tuesday\'s trade up 146 points (provisional) or 0.55 per cent as banks, capital goods and metals stocks gained.
Finance minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said the revised Constitution Amendment Bill to roll out goods and services tax (GST) would be introduced in the forthcoming winter session of parliament.
HDFC Bank Ltd, India\'s second-biggest private sector lender by assets, on Tuesday reported a 20 percent rise in quarterly net profit, lagging estimates, due to higher tax expenses and provisioning for
Around one in 10 flights may be cancelled at Britain\'s biggest airport Heathrow on Tuesday due to stormy weather, an airport spokesman said.
India, upset with a recent US move to mobilise funds for a hydel-power project in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), will lodge a protest with the Obama administration for supporting a venture in a
Oscar Pistorius to be sentenced today  (21 October 12:15 pm) 
Oscar Pistorius on Tuesday learns his sentence for shooting dead his girlfriend on Valentine\'s Day last year, bringing an end to a seven-month trial that gripped the nation.
The festive season means excitement, celebrations, indulgences, card parties, sweets, and of course tons and tons of shopping.
A Pakistani court has upheld the death sentence of a Christian woman whose 2010 conviction for blasphemy led to the assassination of two politicians who supported her, a defense lawyer said on Friday.
China\'s economic growth slowed in the third quarter to its weakest since the 2008-09 global financial crisis as a slumping property market dragged on manufacturing and investment, adding to concerns
Forex dealers said besides increased selling of the American currency by exporters and banks, the dollar\'s weakness against other currencies overseas and a higher opening in the domestic equity
The Sensex rose over 74 points in early trade on Tuesday on sustained buying by funds and investors after the government stepped up economic reforms amidst a mixed trend on other Asian bourses.
Chinese inflation is at its weakest levels in nearly five years. Commodity prices are plunging. New home sales are declining. Foreign investment is contracting.
Representatives for De la Renta were not immediately available to confirm the death of the New York-based designer, who was born in the Dominican Republic.
US stocks end higher despite drag from IBM  (21 October 06:16 am) 
US stocks ended higher on Monday on investor hopes for a strong earnings season, but IBM\'s disappointing results limited gains.
US health authorities on Monday issued stricter guidelines for protecting health care workers against Ebola after two Texas nurses were infected while caring for a Liberian patient.
Two government officials, facing prosecution in a coal blocks allocation scam case, on Monday moved a special court seeking alteration of charges framed against them.
: Hong Kong\'s Beijing-backed leader Leung Chun-ying told media that if the government met pro-democracy protesters\' demands it would result in the city\'s poorer people dominating elections.
The government’s decision to decontrol diesel rates, fix the price of natural gas and the gains in two state elections for the pro-business BJP led to a strong rally on Dalal Street on Monday with
The annual plenum of the Communist Party of China began on Monday focusing on the “rule of law”, a concept which has democratic undertones.
A US man was on Monday charged with killing a Saudi Arabian college student whose body was found along a desert freeway, nearly 150 miles (241 kilometers) from his home.
Facebook on Monday sued lawyers who represented a man claiming he was entitled to a stake in the huge social network, saying they should have known he was a scam artist.
E-commerce to come under VAT ambit  (21 October 02:15 am) 
The Karnataka government plans to amend the Value Added Tax Act to remove ambiguities surrounding e-commerce and bring its transactions under the tax net.
Announcing the decision, finance minister Arun Jaitley said the government had recommended to the President promulgation of the ordinance.