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Ashwin J Punnen
Bulls have to defend this level

The market fell sharply on the back of heavy selling in heavyweights like Reliance Ind, HDFC, and SBI.

Sangeetha G.
Agro exports can grow to $100b by 2022

Indian agro-exports valued $38.74 billion have a potential to grow to $100 billion by 2022 — if the export sector capitalises the opportunity opened up with the trade war between the US and China a

Kuruvilla Pandikattu
Living longer

There seems to always be a mad dash toward the next new thing when it comes to nutrition and fitness — whether it’s the latest exercise craze, superfood or diet regimen.

DC Pathak
Pak extending proxy war

The event of two motorcycle-borne youth lobbing a grenade on a Nirankari religious gathering at Rajasansi near Amritsar on November 18 and causing the death of three men and injuries to a score of

Sangeetha G.
AO Smith water purifiers in 46 cities by yearend

A O Smith is expanding the market of its water purifiers to cover 46 cities by the end of 2018.

Subhash Narayan
Global fall may bring petrol, diesel prices at same level soon

Even without state support, transport fuels — petrol and diesel — may soon be uniformly priced across the country if the current trend of sharper fall in global petrol prices is maintained for anot

Ashwin J Punnen
Nifty eyes 10,200 again

The market gained sharply on strong buying in frontline stocks with the Sensex surging 317 points, or 0.90 per cent, to settle at 35,774.

Sandeep Bamzai
Cut & Thrust: Fetters required for Kohli-Shastri

Under the new cricket dispensation in India, only three selectors were appointed, with one of them being the chairman.

Ritwik Mukherjee
With Binani buy, Ultratech firms up position in cement market

With the Supreme Court on Monday upholding the NCLAT decision to approve Binani Cement Ltd’s sale to UltraTech Cement Ltd for Rs 7,900 crore, the latter, which is already the largest cement manufac

Sangeetha G.
Delinquencies up 44% in flood-hit Kerala

Early delinquency bucket of micro finance loans in flood-hit Kerala rose by 44.34 per cent and loan disbursements dropped by 53 per cent in September.

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