PANAJI: “Tolerance, oneness in thoughts and action, mutual respect for one another, and transparency in public administration have been the hallmark of our society.Read More »
NEW DELHI: Food Minister K V Thomas today asked agri-cooperative Nafed, the National Cooperative Consumers’ Federation and Kendriya Bhandar to sell onion at Rs 22-23 a kg in the national capital from February 1.Read More »
MUMBAI: Stock markets turned distinctly weak on rising food inflation and a possibility of further hike in interest rates, with the BSE benchmark Sensex dipping another 285 points today to end at over 4-1/2-month low of 18,684.43.Read More »
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We are told that some clients of Citibank lost some `300cr in a recent scam by one of its RM. Bad, too bad. But the question is, who is to be blamed ? The law will take its own course and the courts will some day deliver their judgment, going by the law.
PONDA: The chairman of Goa Cashew Manufactures Association, Mr Madhav Sahakari said on Monday that even though the cashew industries, including the processors, are doing pretty well and that with the prevailing favourable climatic conditions, crop expectation is more as much as 15 per cent, “the labour problem pokes the wheels of profits.’’
“We have a major problem of labour.
PANAJI: Nashik farmers refused to allow trucks loaded with onions for Goa to leave on account of the drop in prices. Farmers went on a strike when prices of onion crashed to Rs10 on Wednesday from Rs35 on Monday.Read More »
DAVOS: India’s largest private sector lender, ICICI Bank, will add 400-500 branches annually over the next three years and focus on financing infrastructure projects in road and power.Read More »
MUMBAI: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has sought fresh clarifications on the proposed $9.6 billion Vedanta-Cairn deal, which has already been awaiting clearance from the market regulator for about six months now.Read More »