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Sangeetha G.
IOB defends decision to set off losses from share premium a/c

Indian Overseas Bank, 91 per cent owned by Government of India and LIC, maintained that the decision to set off part of the accumulated losses with the balance in the share premium account will be

Ritwik Mukherjee
Fusion with Odissi bol warms up hearts

It has tune, it has rhythm, it has got a fusion of the East and the West and it reflects various moods that appeal to connoisseurs of music across the world.

Ritwik Mukherjee
Fusion with Odissi bol warms up hearts

It has tune, it has rhythm, it has got a fusion of the East and the West and it reflects various moods that appeal to connoisseurs of music across the world.

Arun Kejriwal
Get ready for a roller-coaster ride

The new year ﷓ 2018 began on a quiet note with the market struggling for the first three days.

Michael Gonsalves
Luxury cars overtake budget cars in speed of growth

For the first time, robust sales of luxury cars like Merced00es-Benz, BMW, Audi, Jaguar Land Rover and Volvo Cars have beaten the growth in mass market cars in Asia’s third biggest economy.

Nirbhay Kumar
Government to crack compliance whip to plug loopholes

The government is in no mood to relent on introducing stricter GST provisions to check possible tax evasion.

Kuruvilla Pandikattu
The rise and fall of secularism

About 50 years ago,  in 1966, the distinguished Canadian-born anthropologist Anthony Wallace confidently predicted the global demise of religion at the hands of an advancing science: “belief i

Michael Gonsalves
Fr. Pinto, the man with a golden heart

Rich tributes pouring in from several human rights activists, writers, lawyers and others to Jesuit Father Ambrose Pinto, who died of cancer in Bangalore on January 3, show that he was not just an

Nirbhay Kumar
GST on e-bus, digital camera may be lowered

The bad news for the economy may continue till the end of current financial year at least, with numbers now suggesting that oil import bill is likely to swell to $90 billion in FY18, over 25 per ce

Subhash Narayan
FY18 oil bill may swell to $90 billion

The bad news for the economy may continue till the end of current financial year at least, with numbers now suggesting that oil import bill is likely to swell to $90 billion in FY18, over 25 per ce

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