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Sangeetha G.
Gold demand marginally down in 2018

India’s gold demand for 2018 was marginally do­wn at 760.4 tonnes in 2018 against 771.2 tonnes in the previous year.

Sangeetha G.
Central bank gold buying at highest level since 1970s

Net purchases of gold by different central banks in 2018 touched the highest level since fiat currencies came into being in 1970s.

Falaknaaz Syed
BoI, BoM & OBC out of PCA bars

The RBI on Thursday allowed three publicsector lenders—Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra and Oriental Bank of Commerce—to exit the Prompt Corrective Action Framework (PCAF).

Sangeetha G.
E-comm biggies have a date with disruption

As deadline to comply with the new FDI norms ended on Thursday, seller entities owned by the marketplaces will no longer be there on the e-commerce platforms. But private labels will remain.

Ashwin J Punnen
Positive signals for bulls

The market ended flat with the Sensex closing 1.25 points lower at 35,591.25, while the Nifty-50 fell 0.40 points to settle at 10,651.80.

Michael Gonsalves
Land Rover Discovery Sport Landmark Edition launched at Rs 53.77 lakh

Tata Motors-owned British luxury sports car maker Jaguar Land Rover on Monday introduced a special edition for its 2019 Discovery Sport, christened  Landmark Edition priced at Rs 53.77 lakh to

Ritwik Mukherjee
Royal Caribbean Cruises betting big on Indian passengers

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, the Miami-headquartered world’s second-largest cruise line operator, is betting big on India’s untapped cruise potential, especially in terms of sourcing cruise passeng

Rajgopal Nidamboor
Wisdom is amplified reality

Our mystical quest, or spiritual purport, reflects the whole range of our life’s experiences — as they are and also what they emote in a given, or not given, context.

Susan Visvanathan
Miners’ Lives

The drowning  of miners, in mid December 2018, who were working  manually, in rat hole mines in agricultural land, in the Jaintia hills in Meghalaya, came as a  severe shock to reade

Falaknaaz Syed
Srikrishna report indicts Chanda, bank sacks her

An internal investigation by the retired Supreme Court Justice BN Srikrishna-led panel into the alleged quid pro quo transactions in ICICI Bank’s loans to Videocon Group, has concluded that there w

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