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RIL, TCS among top m-cap gainers; market bags over Rs 48k cr from six cos

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi  Last Updated at October 22, 2017 15:05 IST

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Coal supply to power sector up 7% at 204 mn tonnes in April-Sept

Supply of coal by state-owned CIL to the power sector in the first six months of the ongoing fiscal increased 6.7 per cent to 204.5 million tonnes even as power producers rued over low coal stock at their plants. CIL’s (Coal India Ltd) dispatch to the power sector in April-September 2016-17 was 191.5 million tonnes (MT), according to government data. In September too,

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Q2 earnings to drive stock markets next week; Infosys, banks in focus

The ongoing quarterly results season, along with cues from global markets and direction of foreign funds, are expected to set the tone for the key Indian equity indices, analysts feel. According to market observers, indices’ movements will also be influenced by geopolitical developments on the Korean peninsula as well as derivatives expiry and crude oil prices. “The markets will be largely influenced by

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Trump Rips 'Wacky' Congresswoman For Criticizing His Phone Call To Combat Widow

President Donald Trump resorted to name-calling in a tweet late Thursday, blasting a congresswoman as “wacky” for criticizing his condolence call to the widow of a Florida soldier slain in Niger. Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) “secretly” listened to a “very personal call,” Trump wrote in his tweet, and repeated his claim that she lied about what was said. The soldier’s mother has backed Wilson’s account. The Fake News is going crazy with wacky Congresswoman

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Calcutta Stock Exchange seeks Sebi approval to set up clearing corporation

The Calcutta Stock Exchange (CSE), which had seen a halt in its trading activity since 2013, was striving to restore its glory by setting up a clearing corporation as a separate legal entity. The iconic stock exchange wanted trading on C-Star (the online platform of CSE), which was stopped by the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) in April 2013, to resume, a source

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Spain moves to sack Catalonia’s government, take control of the region

The Spanish government has revealed plans to remove the leaders of Catalonia and to take control of the region until early elections can be held, as it tries to stifle a push for Catalan independence. The move, which needs to be approved by lawmakers, would grant Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy unprecedented powers in his bid to halt Catalan authorities from

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Houston Suburb Conditions Hurricane Relief Money On Residents' Vow Not To Boycott Israel

A suburb outside of Houston is requiring residents who were affected by Hurricane Harvey to certify that they do not boycott Israel in order to apply for grant money to rebuild their home or business. Dickinson, Texas, located alongside a bayou about 30 miles southeast of Houston, suffered extensive damage during the hurricane that tore through the area two months ago. Half of the city’s 20,000 residents were impacted, and

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Market Extra: 3 things investors need to know about Japan’s snap election this Sunday

Japan goes to the polls on Sunday to vote in an early election that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe put on the agenda last month. Though the result will likely give more power to the incumbent, there is a tail risk that an unexpected result could derail the yen. Official campaigning kicked off last week, giving candidates just under two weeks

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Photos of the week: 10/13 – 10/20

Fallout from the October 4th ambush of U.S. service members in Niger made big headlines this week. On Monday, President Trump was questioned by journalists on why he hadn’t responded to the deaths of four U.S. soldiers. On Tuesday, the comments he reportedly made during a phone call with the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, who was killed in the attack, raised concerns. White House chief of staff John Kelly would

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Joe Arpaio Is Still Guilty Despite Presidential Pardon, Judge Says

A judge rebuffed former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s request to expunge his criminal conviction for unlawfully detaining individuals based on suspicions of their legal status after President Donald Trumppardoned him in August. U.S. District Court Judge Susan Bolton ruled Thursday that the pardon wasn’t a reason to erase Arpaio’s guilty verdict. “The power to pardon is an executive prerogative of mercy, not of judicial record-keeping,” she wrote. “The Court found Defendant

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