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  • RBI keeps key rates unchanged: India Inc expresses disappointment 30-07-2013 01:16 PM

    New Delhi: Expressing disappointment over the RBI's move for not cutting the key policy rates, India Inc on Tuesday asked the government to take immediate actions to revive growth and boost investments. "We are disappointed. The RBI has also cut down the GDP forecast for FY'14 to 5.5 per cent,...
  • RBI hints at status quo, will focus on stabilising rupee 29-07-2013 06:18 PM

    Mumbai: Hinting at status quo on policy rates, the RBI on Monday said its immediate focus is to stabilise rupee and made a case for calibrated action to contain the current account deficit, which is a major reason for the steep fall in currency. "The priority for monetary policy now...
  • Watch: Weather forecast for Friday 28-06-2013 09:31 AM

    Take a look at the weather forecast for Friday with CNN-IBN's Amrita Tripathi. ...
  • Uttar Pradesh reels under intense heat wave 28-05-2013 11:15 AM

    Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh is reeling under intense heat wave with the scorching sun ensuring that the hapless people have no relief. The heat wave in continuing in several parts of the state including capital Lucknow. The maximum temperature is many parts of the state is above the 46 degree Celsius...
  • RBI Governor overrules panel view on rate action in May 24-05-2013 02:26 AM

    Mumbai: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Governor Duvvuri Subbarao went against the suggestion of a majority of external members of the central bank's monetary policy committee that recommended no change in the policy repo rate at a May 3 policy meeting, according to minutes of the meeting seen by Reuters....
  • For drought-hit states, on-track monsoon may be too late 24-04-2013 06:23 AM

    Jamwadi: India may be heading for another bumper grain harvest, if the first forecast for this year's monsoon proves correct, but the rain may be too little - and too late - for southern and western states already parched by the worst drought in four decades. Although 2012 monsoon rains...
  • RBI likely to ease monetary policy: Subbarao 02-01-2012 10:42 AM

    Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India is likely to begin easing monetary policy to address concerns about economic growth, Governor Duvvuri Subbarao said in a BBC interview, reiterating comments made by the RBI when it kept rates unchanged on December 16. "From here on, we could expect reversal of monetary...
  • IMF trims growth forecasts for India, China 21-09-2011 09:36 AM

    Washington: The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday said it was trimming its forecasts of economic growth for Indian, China and other Asian developing economies due partly to slower growth in the rest of the world. Asian "growth remains strong, although it is moderating with emerging capacity constraints and weaker external...
  • Morgan Stanley cuts global growth view, eyes ECB 18-08-2011 11:15 PM

    London/Bangalore: The United States and euro zone are "dangerously close to recession," Morgan Stanley said on Thursday, criticising policymakers and predicting the European Central Bank will have to reverse its rates policy. The Morgan Stanley research note, which cut global growth forecasts, was cited by stocks traders as adding to...
  • Monsoon in 2011 to be normal: Met department 19-04-2011 04:31 PM

    New Delhi: The country will get a normal monsoon this year, according to first official monsoon forecast for this year. Forecast on the onset dates will be out next month. The Met department said that the monsoons this year will be on time, and normal, a news that will have...
  • It's already the hottest March in Mumbai 17-03-2011 12:49 PM

    Mumbai: Mercury hit the 41.6 mark yesterday, breaking the Colaba record set in 1981; it was just 0.1 degrees shy of the all-time record set in Santa Cruz in 1956. P.S.: Japan's quake is not the reason for the scorching heat. If you spent all of yesterday wondering why it...
  • Computer for weather forecast to be imported 18-02-2011 07:35 PM

    Pathankot: Concerned over changes in weather pattern, the Centre has decided to import state-of-the-art super computer for accurate forecast which will help an estimated five crore farmers and fishermen. The super computer will alert the farmers who could take steps in advance to save their crops and also alert the...
  • Shattered glass hone scientists skills 29-12-2010 05:28 PM

    Singapore: Studying the way glass or other brittle objects shatter can help scientists hone their weather forecasts and predictions of future climate, a study released on Tuesday says. The study found that tiny particles of dust, released into the air when dirt is broken apart, follow similar fragmentation patterns as...
  • Remedies to beat the sun and tips on astral signs 21-04-2009 04:04 PM

    How to have a great skin despite the sun and heat. ...
  • Chidambaram wants more loan rate cuts 05-03-2008 12:16 PM

    London: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has announced a hectic international schedule for next summer for World No.1 Test team England who play with the West Indies, Australia and South Africa six Tests, 13 One-Day Internationals (ODI) and four Twenty20 Internationals in 2012. England kick off the international...
  • Budget '08-'09: Auto industry gives mixed reaction 29-02-2008 02:13 PM

    New Delh: Maharashtra right-hand batsman Ankit Bawne will lead the India U-19 side in the upcoming four-nation Quadrangular tournament which will also feature the U-19 sides from Australia, Sri Lanka and West Indies. Jharkhand batsman Kumar Deobrat will be Bawne's deputy. The team also comprises of names like Delhi opener...
  • Budget lacks long-term perspective, says CPI 29-02-2008 01:55 PM

    New Delhi: Lack of coordination between the players and BCCI was the reason why the team was humiliated on the tour of England, says former captain Kapil Dev insisting that Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men should tell the Board that they cannot compete continuously for months. India were whitewashed 0-4 in...
  • Industry gives thumbs up to Budget 2008-09 29-02-2008 01:38 PM

    Colombo: Captain Tillakaratne Dilshan scored 83 to put Sri Lanka in control of the third Test against Australia as the hosts reached 337 for five at tea on the third day on Sunday. Dilshan shared 121 runs with Anjelo Mathews (42 not out) for the second century partnership of the...
  • FM soothes export sector, promises to be 'kind' 29-02-2008 01:26 PM

    Harare: Having lost the one-off Test, the one day international (ODI) series and the first Twenty20 match to Pakistan, Zimbabwe will be aiming to get off the mark in their second T20 clash against the visitors at Harare on Sunday. Earlier, Pakistan stamped their authority over Zimbabwe on Friday, winning...
  • Inflation jumps to 4.89 pc 29-02-2008 12:31 PM

    New Delhi: Surprising as it might seem, India's demolition at the hands of England and close to 100 per cent record for all the wrong reasons was not the first time that they had gone winless on a tour. However, it lists among the most damaging ones in terms of...
  • GDP rate slows to 8.4 per cent | Inflation jumps to 4.89 pc 29-02-2008 12:02 PM

    New Delhi: It's over for India. The misery has ended, on an even miserable note. An ODI washout followed one in Tests at the hand of England in the land of colonial cousins, and embarrassment was handed in an eight-part bouquet to India. How much you may try, we won't...
  • Catch 22: Economic reasoning vs ballot paper for FM 29-02-2008 09:05 AM

    New Delhi: Former Team India physio John Gloster feels that Ishant Sharma's ankle injury should be monitored with utmost seriousness as the youngster wants to undergo surgery only after a tour Down Under. "I have read reports that Ishant wants to undergo surgery after the tour of Australia. Now that's...
  • Budget: India Inc ready with charter of expectations 29-02-2008 08:22 AM

    Harare: Pakistan stamped their authority over Zimbabwe at Harare Sports Club on Friday, winning the first of two Twenty20 matches by a huge 85 runs. Mohammad Hafeez was the star of the show, scoring 71 before taking four wickets. Pakistan raced to 198 for four - a record against Zimbabwe...