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  • Ranbaxy shares rebound 5% after worst 1-day drop

    Ranbaxy shares rebound 5% after worst 1-day drop

    On Monday, Ranbaxy shares crashed 30 per cent after the US Food and Drug Administration issued an import ban on the drugmaker's Mohali plant over quality concerns.

  • Ranbaxy shares crash 35% after FDA import alert

    Ranbaxy shares crash 35% after FDA import alert

    Ranbaxy shares crashed as much as 35 per cent on Monday, after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an import alert against the drugmaker's Mohali plant.

  • SAFF Cup: India set up final clash with Afghanistan after 1-0 win over Maldives

    SAFF Cup: India set up final clash with Afghanistan after 1-0 win over Maldives

    The winner came in the 85th minute when Mehtab Hossain's corner from the right flank was neatly headed down by Syed Rahim Nabi and Arnab Mondal, who had joined the attack, struck a powerful angular right-footer that crashed into the net.

  • Two hundred injured as over 100 cars crash in Britain

    Two hundred injured as over 100 cars crash in Britain

    About 200 people were injured when over 100 vehicles crashed on a bridge in thick fog in south east Britain's Kent county on Thursday.

  • Crashed rescue chopper airlifted out of Uttarakhand ravine after over two months

    Crashed rescue chopper airlifted out of Uttarakhand ravine after over two months

    A Pawan Hans helicopter, which had crashed in Harsil while rescuing people during the Uttarakhand floods in June, was airlifted by the Indian Air Force today.

  • Sensex crashes 650 points, rupee breaches 68 on reports of missile attack on Syria

    Sensex crashes 650 points, rupee breaches 68 on reports of missile attack on Syria

    The rupee crashed to 68.12, down over 3.1 per cent against Monday's close of 66 per dollar. The BSE Sensex traded 551 points lower at 18,335 as of 2.45 p.m., while the broader Nifty plunged 183 points to 5,36.

  • Rupee defence may see 'dramatic re-orientation' under Rajan: report

    Rupee defence may see 'dramatic re-orientation' under Rajan: report

    The Indian rupee crashed to a record low of 68.85 per US dollar last week and is the worst performing Asian currency. The RBI's attempts to tighten liquidty and the government's "quick fix" solutions such as banning duty free import of flat TV sets h...

  • TCS shares edge past Rs 2000, hit life-time high

    TCS shares edge past Rs 2000, hit life-time high

    Shares in Tata Consultancy Services jumped over 3 per cent to hit an all-time high on Friday. IT stocks have been rallying because of a sharp fall in the Indian rupee, which crashed to a record low near 69 per dollar earlier this week. TCS, India's b...

  • Usain Bolt made to work for 100-meter win at Weltklasse

    Usain Bolt made to work for 100-meter win at Weltklasse

    With a parade of new world champions in action, the sold-out Zurich stadium fell silent to watch Ukrainian high jumper Bohdan Bondarenko's latest attempt to break the 20-year-old world record of 2.45 meters set by Javier Sotomayor of Cuba. But Bon...

  • Rupee crash may lead to bigger crisis than in 1991: Mohandas Pai

    Rupee crash may lead to bigger crisis than in 1991: Mohandas Pai

    Mr Pai's comments come at a time when the Indian rupee has crashed to a record low and is the worst performing currency in Asia. Stock markets have turned extremely volatile and economic activity seems to have come to a standstill.

  • Rupee jumps to 66.88 as RBI opens dollar window for oil firms

    Rupee jumps to 66.88 as RBI opens dollar window for oil firms

    As of 09.06 a.m., the partially convertible rupee traded 2.8 per cent higher at 66.90 as against Wednesday's close of 68.80. The currency had crashed to a record low of 68.85 yesterday. It fell 3.7 per cent yesterday, its biggest one-day fall since O...

  • As rupee crashes, S&P warns of 'rocky' road ahead

    As rupee crashes, S&P warns of 'rocky' road ahead

    S&P's comments have come on a day when the Indian rupee crashed past 68.50 per dollar and the BSE Sensex fell over 500 points. The rupee is the worst performing currency in Asia.

  • Five killed, including child, in German plane crash

    Five people, one of them a child, were killed on Tuesday after a small plane crashed in Frondenberg, in the north-west of Germany, local media reported.

  • Four killed in oil industry helicopter crash off Scotland

    Four people were killed when a helicopter carrying oil workers crashed into the sea off Scotland's Shetland islands, raising fresh questions about safety in the remote North Sea energy sector.

  • Ambani brothers lose billions amid rupee crash

    Ambani brothers lose billions amid rupee crash

    India's richest man Mukesh Ambani has lost thousands of crores as the rupee crashed from 53.80 on May 1 to a record low of 65.56 on August 22. Mr Ambani is the chairman of Reliance Industries, currently the second largest Indian company by market cap...

  • Gareth Southgate appointed England Under-21 coach

    Gareth Southgate appointed England Under-21 coach

    The former Middlesbrough defender succeeds Stuart Pearce, whose contract was not renewed after England crashed out of the European Championships in Israel in June.

  • Aaron Ramsey takes Arsenal on brink of Champions League

    Aaron Ramsey takes Arsenal on brink of Champions League

    Arsenal were trying to bounce back from a disappointing debut to their domestic season when they crashed 3-1 at home to Villa and endured the wrath of their fans who are growing increasingly impatient with the club's lack of activity in the transf...

  • Several children injured in US school bus accident

    Several children are injured after their school bus crashed in northeast Kansas, but officials say no one was seriously hurt.

  • Rupee leads emerging currency rout against dollar

    Rupee leads emerging currency rout against dollar

    The rupee crashed to a new record low against the dollar on Monday, leading a rout in the emerging market currencies that investors perceive as being most vulnerable to an exodus of foreign capital.

  • False ceiling caves in at Chennai International air terminus

    Passengers at the international air terminus in Chennai airport today had a narrow escape when a portion of the false ceiling in the departure area crashed this evening, airport sources said.

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