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  • KPIT Technologies Falls on Earnings

    KPIT Technologies Falls on Earnings

    Analysts attributed the fall in profit to weak revenue growth, fall in margins due to wage hike, acquisition impact, visa costs and currency appreciation.

  • India's Plummeting Child Sex Ratio Requires Action: UN

    India's Plummeting Child Sex Ratio Requires Action: UN

    India needs to take urgent action following a sharp fall in its child sex ratio, a United Nations report said on Tuesday.

  • Cameroon Villagers Live in Terror of Nigeria's Boko Haram

    Cameroon Villagers Live in Terror of Nigeria's Boko Haram

    In the villages that line the border with Nigeria, even those charged with protecting Cameroonians from Boko Haram fighters fear the fall of darkness.

  • With Jet's Fall, War in Ukraine Becomes Global

    With Jet's Fall, War in Ukraine Becomes Global

    The downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 rippled across continents, from Amsterdam where friends and family had just seen off their loved ones to the distant shores of Asia and Australia that had been waiting for 298 passengers and crew who would n...

  • Nifty Unlikely to Rise Above 7,700 in Short Term: Rajat Bose

    Nifty Unlikely to Rise Above 7,700 in Short Term: Rajat Bose

    According to Mr Bose, the Nifty is likely to see selling pressure in the range between 7,689 and 7,710. The 7,600 strike put option of Nifty has added 1.2 million shares in open interest and the 7,700 strike call in Nifty has seen 1.04 million open i...

  • TCS Cushions Sensex Fall From Weak Global Cues, Rupee Weakens

    TCS Cushions Sensex Fall From Weak Global Cues, Rupee Weakens

    BSE Sensex and Nifty were lower today amid weak global stocks markets after the crash of the Malaysian Airlines passenger plane near the Ukraine-Russia border sent shivers across markets.

  • Asian Shares Fall as Malaysia Jet Downing Hits Sentiment

    Asian Shares Fall as Malaysia Jet Downing Hits Sentiment

    Asian shares sagged in early trading and a drop in Treasury yields pressured the dollar after news of a downed Malaysian airlines jet at the Ukraine-Russia border sent investors scurrying into defensive assets.

  • Turkey's 'Youngest Novelist' Dies in Balcony Fall: Reports

    A Turkish teenager who won fame as a fantasy novelist has died in a mysterious fall from an Istanbul balcony which police are investigating as a possible suicide, reports said Thursday.

  • TCS Sales Seen at Rs 22,044 Crore in Q1; Margins Set to Fall

    TCS Sales Seen at Rs 22,044 Crore in Q1; Margins Set to Fall

    In rupee terms, TCS is expected to post a 2.9 per cent quarter-on-quarter rise in sales at Rs 22,044 crore, though operating margins are seen lower at 26 per cent as compared to 29.1 per cent in the previous quarter. Lower margins will translate into...

  • IDFC Shares Fall on Profit-Taking, Cut in FII Limit

    IDFC Shares Fall on Profit-Taking, Cut in FII Limit

    RBI said IDFC agreed to cut the limit for purchase of its equity shares by FIIs up to 50.50 per cent of the paid-up capital from 51.50 per cent.

  • Home Loan EMIs May Fall by 8 Per Cent: KPMG

    Home Loan EMIs May Fall by 8 Per Cent: KPMG

    EMIs on home loans are expected to come down by 8-10 per cent following the recent move by Reserve Bank of India to ease norms for banks to raise long-term funds for financing affordable housing projects, consultancy KPMG said on Wednesday.

  • Airbus A380s Tested Over Air Leak Problems

    Airbus A380s Tested Over Air Leak Problems

    Airbus has advised airliners to test noisy doors on the world's largest passenger airliner, the A380, after identifying a problem with the door seal that could lead to a fall in the cabin pressure.

  • Defeat to India in 2011 World Cup Semifinals Still Haunts: Shahid Afridi

    Defeat to India in 2011 World Cup Semifinals Still Haunts: Shahid Afridi

    After the 2011 World Cup, Shahid Afridi, then Pakistan captain, had a fall out with head coach Waqar Younis during the tour of the West Indies, and as a disciplinary measure, the Pakistan Cricket Board had removed him as skipper.

  • Losses on Diesel Sales Fall to Rs 2.49 Per Litre

    Losses on Diesel Sales Fall to Rs 2.49 Per Litre

    After a spike, losses on sale of diesel have fallen by nearly a rupee to Rs 2.49 per litre as international oil rates have moderated. The difference between the cost of diesel production and the retail selling price had more than doubled to Rs 3.40 a...

  • India Tops the List of Global Poor: UN Report

    India Tops the List of Global Poor: UN Report

    India tops the list of countries with the largest share of global extreme poor though the poverty rate in southeast Asia as a whole saw a substantial fall from 1990 to 2010, a new United Nations report said.

  • NIIT Tech Slumps After Earnings Halve

    NIIT Tech Slumps After Earnings Halve

    Shares in NIIT Technologies slump more than 7 per cent on Wednesday, adding to Tuesday's 11.8 per cent fall after company's April-June profit halved to Rs 44.82 crore ($7.46 million) due to spending cuts at two major US-based clients.

  • Gold Falls 0.08% on Weak Global Cues

    Gold Falls 0.08% on Weak Global Cues

    Market analysts said the fall in gold futures was mostly in line with a weak trend overseas, as the outlook for higher borrowing costs in the US strengthened and the dollar damped demand for safe-haven.

  • IBM to Offer iPads and iPhones for Business Users

    IBM to Offer iPads and iPhones for Business Users

    International Business Machines Corp will partner exclusively with Apple Inc to sell iPhones and iPads loaded with applications geared at enterprise clients this fall, the company announced on Tuesday.

  • EU May Impose New Ukraine Sanctions, Will Fall Short of US Wishes

    EU May Impose New Ukraine Sanctions, Will Fall Short of US Wishes

    European Union leaders, under U.S. pressure to take a tougher stance towards Russia over the Ukraine crisis, could give the go-ahead on Wednesday to new sanctions but they will fall short of the far-reaching economic measures Washington wants.

  • NIIT Tech Posts 18.7 Per Cent Fall in Q1 Profit

    NIIT Tech Posts 18.7 Per Cent Fall in Q1 Profit

    NIIT Technologies on Tuesday said reported an 18.7 per cent decline in net profit at Rs 43.2 crore for the quarter ended June, 2014 on account of revaluation of current assets and liabilities due to rupee depreciation.

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