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  • Rescued Nicaragua Miners Join Hunt for Missing Comrades

    Rescued Nicaragua Miners Join Hunt for Missing Comrades

    Twenty workers dramatically rescued from a collapsed Nicaraguan gold mine joined frantic efforts to find eight comrades still missing after the cave-in, officials said on Saturday.

  • Delhi: Man Held With 1.8 Kilogram Gold at Airport

    Delhi: Man Held With 1.8 Kilogram Gold at Airport

    The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) on Saturday arrested a passenger for illegally carrying 1.8 kg of gold at Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport in Delhi, an official said.

  • Gold Falls on Subdued Demand, Weak Global Cues

    Gold Falls on Subdued Demand, Weak Global Cues

    Traders said besides sluggish domestic demand at prevailing levels, bearish trend in overseas markets mainly kept pressure on gold and silver prices.

  • 20 Miners Rescued, Five Still Missing in Nicaragua Collapse

    20 Miners Rescued, Five Still Missing in Nicaragua Collapse

    Rescuers in Nicaragua on Friday rescued 20 miners who had been trapped deep underground for nearly two days after a cave-in at an unlicensed gold mine, but five more workers were still missing.

  • At Least 24 Trapped in Mine Landslide in Nicaragua

    At Least 24 Trapped in Mine Landslide in Nicaragua

    Rescuers worked Friday to reach at least 24 gold miners trapped by a landslide in northern Nicaragua.

  • Government Reduces Gold Import Tariff Value

    Government Reduces Gold Import Tariff Value

    The government on Friday reduced the import tariff value on gold and silver to $420 per 10 grams and $645 per kg, respectively, taking cues from firm global prices.

  • Gold Rises by Rs 70 to Rs 28,300 on Festive Season Demand, Global Cues

    Gold Rises by Rs 70 to Rs 28,300 on Festive Season Demand, Global Cues

    Extending gains for the second day, gold prices rose by another Rs 70 to Rs 28,300 per 10 grams in the national capital on Friday on increased buying by jewellers and retailers, driven by festive season demand coupled with firming global trend.

  • Arjuna Award Will Boost my Gold Ambitions in Asian Games, Says Athlete Tintu Luka

    Arjuna Award Will Boost my Gold Ambitions in Asian Games, Says Athlete Tintu Luka

    Tintu Luka, who is the current Asian season leader in 800m (2:00.56 in Doha Diamond League in May), said she wants to make amends for her bronze medal finish in the 2010 Games by winning a gold in Incheon.

  • Gold Heads for First Monthly Gain Since June on Ukraine

    Gold Heads for First Monthly Gain Since June on Ukraine

    Gold hardly moved on Friday but was on track for its first monthly gain since June after some investors ditched equities and poured their money back into gold due to growing tensions between Russia and Ukraine.

  • Let's Celebrate Dhyan Chand by Following him, Says Indian Sports Minister

    Let's Celebrate Dhyan Chand by Following him, Says Indian Sports Minister

    Major Dhyan Chand is India's greatest hockey player who scored over 1000 goals between 1926 and 1948. He helped India win three Olympic gold medals including the first in 1928. August 29, his birth anniversary, is celebrated as National Sports Day in...

  • Competition at Asian Games Tough, Says Archer Deepika Kumari

    Competition at Asian Games Tough, Says Archer Deepika Kumari

    Talking about her form, 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Deepika Kumari hopes that her confidence stays with her to perform well at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.

  • Gold, Silver Rebound on Global Cues, Seasonal Demand

    Gold, Silver Rebound on Global Cues, Seasonal Demand

    Traders said apart from increased buying by jewellers and retailers to meet seasonal demand, a firming trend in global markets on increased tensions in Ukraine and weakening dollar mainly influenced precious metal prices.

  • Yogeshwar Dutt Expects 3-4 Freestyle Medals From Asian Games

    Yogeshwar Dutt Expects 3-4 Freestyle Medals From Asian Games

    Yogeshwar Dutt, who won the Commonwealth Games gold medal in July in the new 65kg category, is eying his maiden Asian Games title. He missed the 2010 edition in Guangzhou owing to an injury but had won bronze in the 60kg category at Doha 2006.

  • Shooting Sensation Malaika Goel Aiming for Asian Games Gold

    Shooting Sensation Malaika Goel Aiming for Asian Games Gold

    Malaika Goel, 16, made the shooting world took notice of her at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow where she beat experienced competitors, including India's very own Heena Sidhu to win the silver in the women's 10m air pistol event.

  • Gold Up for Third Day on Softer Dollar, Geopolitical Tension

    Gold Up for Third Day on Softer Dollar, Geopolitical Tension

    Gold added $1.46 an ounce to $1,283.91 by 0026 GMT, moving away from a two-month low of $1,273.06 hit on Aug. 21.

  • Mary Kom Seeks Asian Games Gold, But Will She Box for India?

    Mary Kom Seeks Asian Games Gold, But Will She Box for India?

    Mary Kom qualified for the Asian Games in Incheon on Thursday. But the London Olympic bronze medallist may not represent India due to administrative issues in the Indian boxing federation.

  • Gold Steady; But Firm Dollar, Equities Weigh

    Gold Steady; But Firm Dollar, Equities Weigh

    Bullion was little changed on Wednesday, but strong US economic data and expectations of more stimulus from the European Central Bank dragged on the metal as they boosted the appeal of the US dollar and equities.

  • Gold Gains Rs 230 on Global Cues, Seasonal Demand

    Gold Gains Rs 230 on Global Cues, Seasonal Demand

    Snapping its nine-day losing streak, gold prices recovered by Rs 230 to Rs 28,260 per 10 grams in the national capital today on a firming trend overseas and emergence of buying by jewellers and retailers at existing levels.

  • Mumbai's Richest Ganpati Insured For Over Rs 50 Crore a Day

    Mumbai's Richest Ganpati Insured For Over Rs 50 Crore a Day

    GSB Seva Mandal, the richest mandal in the city, has got an insurance of Rs 259 crore. Considering that the King's Circle mandal keeps its Ganapati idol for five days, that works out to Rs 51.7 crore a day, which is probably needed since the amount o...

  • Gold Little Changed Near 2-month Low on Firm Dollar, Equities

    Gold Little Changed Near 2-month Low on Firm Dollar, Equities

    China's net gold imports in July from main conduit Hong Kong tumbled to their lowest since June 2011 because the country already has ample supply from shipments in earlier months, while jewellers are waiting for lower prices.

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