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Dabur q1 net up 13.33%

Dabur Products

Dabur Ltd on Monday reported 13.33 per cent increase in consolidated net profit at Rs 210.81 crore for the first quarter ended June 30, 2014-15, on account of strong performance in the FMCG segment.

Mercedes-Benz india sales up 25%


German luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz on Monday reported a 25 per cent growth in its sales for the first half of 2014 in India at 4,717 units.

DGCA orders SpiceJet to refund fare


Regulatory order comes after technical snag delayed flight

FII limit is credit positive: Moody

Global rating agency Moody’s on Monday said that the recent decision by the RBI to raise the FII limit in government securities to $25 billion from $20 billion is credit positive for India.

Highway builders seek Rs 20,000cr from NHAI

Highway developers have filed for claims amounting to over Rs 20,000 crore to road projects before various courts and arbitration tribunals across the country.

Centre may opt OFS for divestment

Gearing up to meet the Rs 43,000 crore disinvestment target, the finance ministry has decided to go in for Offer For Sale (OFS) route to sell its stake in the state-owned companies starting with SAIL

India's Flipkart raises $1 billion in funds to tackle Amazon


It battles US giant Amazon for supremacy in the hyper-competitive local market

Gold futures rise 0.36% on global cues


The yellow metal for delivery in August gained Rs 90, or 0.32 per cent

Hindi domain leads India in its transition to Bharat

Centre plans ‘.bharat’ to Indianise Web from August 15

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Auto firms bet on Modi plans

After witnessing the worst slowdown in last 30 years, the automobile industry is hoping for a gradual recovery in sentiments and growth following the change of guard at the Centre.

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A dear one has to be rushed to a hospital, you have called the ambulance service but are having great trouble explaining to the ambulance driver your address and how to reach your place quickly.

In Gurez, at the upper edge of northern Kashmir Valley, a serene calm prevails along the Line of Control. The undulating rhythms of the Kishanganga river that rolls through bowl-shaped valleys surrounded by the Himalayas on all four sides put Switzerland to shame.

Besides controlling food inflation, the most challenging task before Narendra Modi is to create jobs for millions of young men and women, some of whom were responsible for his resounding victory in the elections. It is one thing to promise jobs and another to actually create them.