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10,840 becomes key support zone

The domestic market managed to close with moderate gains amid hi­ghly volatile trades.

Aurobindo to acquire 7 oncology products from US firm

Aurobindo Pharma on Thursday said it will acquire a portfolio of seven branded oncology injectable products from US-based Spectrum Pharmaceuticals Inc in a $300 million deal (over Rs 2,100 crore) w

Box office trends: New stars rising

The key highlight of 2018 for Bollywood BO was the hefty contribution of the new crop of stars (Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Tiger Shroff, Ayushman Khurana, Rajkummar Rao and Alia Bhatt) that more

HUL net up 9%, but market not happy

FMCG major Hindustan Unilever (HUL) on Thursday reported a 9 per cent increase in its net profit to Rs 1,444 crore for the December 2018 quarter on account of strong volume growth and improved marg

Rohingya families flee India after deportations

Hundreds of Rohingya Muslim families have left India for Bangladesh since seven Rohingya men were deported to their home country Myanmar in October, community leaders said on Thursday, and more wer

UK to vote again on Brexit on Jan 29

The British Parliament expects to vote on Brexit again on Jan. 29 following extended debate on the government’s plans and possible amendments.

Telecom sector may stabilise soon post-consolidation: Trai chairman

Trai chairman RS Sharma on Thursday expressed hope that the telecom sector is set to achieve stability soon post consolidation and the country needs heavy investment in fibre if it is to succeed in

PwC a mouthpiece of e-comM giants: traders

Traders have alleged that Pricewaterhouse Coopers(PwC) is a mouthpiece of global e-commerce giants and that it was misleading the policy makers.

Singed Shalimar Paints plans mega come back

Shalimar Paints, pre-independent India’s first decorative paints and industrial colours company founded by two British entrepreneurs AN Turner and AC Wright in 1902, has embarked on an ambitious co

Kumbh Mela sends hotel tariffs to sinful heights

The room tariffs in and around the Kumbh Mela site has gone up by more than 100 per cent, as the supply is not able to meet the huge demand for inventory.

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