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need2know: 10 macro triggers that may matter for market today

Here’s a lowdown on ten macro triggers that are likely to impact the market on Monday.

BCCI adjourns Working Committee meet over N Srinivasan's presence

The meeting was postponed as the members argued over the presence of Srinivasan, who was earlier barred by the Supreme Court from contesting the BCCI President's post following the IPL spot-fixing scandal.

K Hospitality lines up Rs 150 crore to expand in cities

K Hospitality owns and manages brands such as Copper Chimney, Irish House, Bombay Brasserie and Serafina in 12 cities, apart from having a presence in banqueting and corporate food service business.

TFS plans to strengthen India presence, lines up Rs 150 crore of investment

Travel Food Services will strengthen its presence in India’s bigger cities apart from expanding in travel retail in newer segments such as rail.

No rift in Indian dressing room: Sourav Ganguly

"Whenever India lose, this question crops up. I am sure everything is fine in the Indian dressing room," Ganguly told reporters here today.

Marriott International puts in place new leadership structure in India

Neeraj Govil will head India in his new role as area VP South Asia, Marriott International, and there are new regional head positions.

India isn’t cheap versus other Asian markets: Adrian Lim, Aberdeen Asset Management

"The MSCI India Index is trading at around 22 times earnings, compared to 13.5 times for the MSCI Asia Pacific ex-Japan benchmark."

Bangladeshi Muslims should be pushed back: Praveen Togadia

"Infiltration should be finished in India," VHP international working president Praveen Togadia said adding the issue was posing a serious threat to the security of Indians.

IMD, Skymet and Weather Express see jump in traffic on their websites due to drought fears

The weather office and private weather forecasters from Skymet to Weather Express are seeing a jump in traffic on their websites.

78% of West Bengal's population depends on government healthcare: Chandrima Bhattacharya

She was reacting to the Opposition's remarks that most people go to other states for getting treated.

TMC seeks Labour minister's explanation on Singur land remark

Ghatak told him that the Singur case cannot be compared to other projects where landowners were assured of higher rates of compensation, Chatterjee said.

Ravi Shastri's fate to be decided in next meeting: Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly said that the BCCI is yet to formally decide on Ravi Shastri's tenure as the Team Director.

Tata Group shows interest to invest in Electrosteel Steels

Tata Group has shown interest in investing in Electrosteel Steels Ltd. The firm has been under corporate debt restructuring scheme.

Top stocks in focus on Friday, 28 July 2017

Here is a list of top stocks that are likely to be in focus in today's session.

Vikram Sakhuja likely to take up global role at GroupM

Vikram Sakhuja, the outgoing global CEO of media agency Maxus, is expected to take up a global role at parent firm GroupM, the world's largest advertising media firm.

Sheena Bora murder case takes fresh twist, police say she was Indrani Mukerjea's daughter

The Mukerjeas exited the management of the company in 2009. Mukerjea said as far as he was concerned Bora had gone to the US.

Mapping the market: 63 stocks hit 52-week highs amid choppy trade

Calmness returned to the market, making the India VIX slide over 3%, while the BSE benchmark Sensex traded rangebound in a 200-point range through the day.

Now, enjoy Rabindranath Tagore's writings on your Android device

Good news for Tagore lovers. His entire body of work will now be available for users of Android, courtesy the Society for Natural Language Technology Research.

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee rules out early polls, asks leaders to prepare for election

Mamata has also given more responsibilities to her nephew Abhishek and youth leader and party MP Suvendu Adhikari.

Record-high stock levels to keep food prices low during 2017: Rabobank

Staple food commodities like wheat, corn and soybeans - a key part of livestock diets across the world - are being stored in record volumes, weighing on the prices.

Government says no to CBI on action against IAS officer Parimal Rai

The agency had first written to the home ministry and then to the DoPT for granting sanction in order to enable it to file a chargesheet against Rai.

Government approves more land for Ramakrishna Mission

The land being allotted by the government will help us to have easy access to the project we are going to start. Moreover, it is a small piece of land lying vacant for too long.

BJP goes all out to retain its only seat in Bengal polls

BJP has much at stake here. Their lone MLA in the outgoing Legislative Assembly, Shamik Bhattacharya, is their obvious choice.

The Chatterjee Group to resume HPL arbitration proceedings in Paris Court

TCG and the WB government have both laid claim to the shares. The Kolkata HC has meanwhile extended its stay on the transfer of shares until January 21.

Coca-cola India signs Sourav Ganguly for 3-years as social ambassador

Beverage maker Coca-Cola India has roped in cricketer-turned-commentator Sourav Ganguly as its social ambassador for a three-year deal ending in 2017.

Cricket: Indian squad for Bangladesh tour to be chosen on May 20

The Indian squad for Bangladesh tour is to be picked by the national cricket selection panel headed by Sandeep Patil here on May 20.

Shall make Eden Gardens best in the world: Sourav Ganguly

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly today began his new innings as Cricket Association of Bengal president with a pledge to make Eden Gardens the best place in 3 months.

Media houses criticising us to please Delhi: Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today alleged that some media houses were criticising her government as they wanted to please Delhi.

ODIs won't be walk in the park: J P Duminy

J P Duminy feels the Indians will fight back strongly in the upcoming ODIs and make sure that his side does not have it easy.

West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee calls for probe into money taken by media houses

The minister said the media houses who were campaigning against Banerjee and the TMC were doing it out of a grudge as their own vested interests were not being served.

ICC strides out to bat on new #WT20 pitch for Twenty20 World Cup

With the ICC WT20 season beginning on Tuesday, the action is not just going to be on television sets but digital platforms as well.

Indrani Mukherjea case: Sheena Bora's brother Mikhail to reach Mumbai

More details are likely to emerge in the Sheena Bora murder mystery, with her brother Mikhail flying from Guwahati to Mumbai where he may be quizzed by police.

Subrata Roy: Have highest regard for Sebi

Subrata Roy, chairman of the Sahara group on Friday clarified that he has the highest regard for the institution and his statement was misconstrued.

I don't agree with perception that Mamata is honest: Buddhadeb

Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today said that he 'did not agree' with the popular perception that his successor in the top post Mamata Banerjee was honest.

Centre to divest 5 per cent in Dredging Corporation of India

The company has a market capitalisation of Rs 1,269 crore. It clocked revenue of Rs 168.96 crore and net profit of Rs 3.23 crore.

Nepal wants China to build rail link to Lumbini

Oli, who arrived here on a week-long visit has signed 10 agreements during his meeting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang. This included a landmark transit treaty to end the near-total dependence on India for essential supplies.

Radio Jockeys mimicking MPs a serious issue, says I&B Minister Prakash Javadekar

The growing trend of RJs mimicking Parliamentarians and their "double-meaning" talks is a serious issue, Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar said.

Nepal PM KP Oli in China on maiden visit with eye on key deals

The two leaders will witness the signing ceremony of bilateral Agreements and Memorandum of Understandings by senior officials of both Nepal and China.

IPL: Mumbai Indians to have Ethihad, Jet as airline partners

Among the highlights of the sponsorship agreement would be the display of extensive Etihad and Jet Airways branding and messaging beamed across LED.

No need to wait till monsoon for your hilsa diet

The production has dwindled from 80,000 tonne in 2001 to nearly 15,000 tonne in 2013 largely due to over-fishing in the Bay of Bengal.

No need to wait till monsoon for your hilsa diet

The production has dwindled from 80,000 tonne in 2001 to nearly 15,000 tonne in 2013 largely due to over-fishing in the Bay of Bengal.

Nestle urges retailers to step up Maggi promotions as sales slide

Defending its flagship brand strongly, Nestle said Maggi noodles comply with applicable food and safety laws as well as the company's own standards of quality and safety before they reach consumers.

Will Essar Steel help Lakshmi Mittal come home?

Lakshmi Mittal remains a top FDI draw into the country. Will Essar Steel give the world’s largest steelmaker the breakthrough he has so long hoped for?

Royal Challengers Bangalore's Mitchell Starc to miss start of IPL

The Australian quick, who tops the ICC's one-day bowling rankings, has sustained a minor knee strain.

IT-Software and Insurance sectors grow 18% in February on y-o-y basis

The increased hiring sentiment was also recorded in ITES (17%) and Telecom (6%), where hiring activity remained positive for most parts of the period Feb'15-Feb'16.

Magma Fincorp jumps 14% on fund raising plans

American private equity KKR, which first invested in the company in 2011, is doing a follow-up investment of Rs 80 crore.

Airfare war again: SpiceJet, IndiGo bring in flash sale

Low cost carriers SpiceJet and IndiGo dropped prices to fill up aircraft in the coming lean travel season of July to September.

West Bengal BJP warns against indiscipline, says 3 party men expelled

"I completely stand by the workers of our party's Howrah unit who beat up those activists who were creating a drama outside the party office,"

Mercedes launches E-Class Cabriolet, CLS 250 CDI Coupe

"We just inaugurated in Jamshedpur few weeks back, we are in Kolkata and Bhubaneswar and there is more to come

IPL: We were always playing the catch-up game, says CSK coach Stephen Fleming

CSK coach Stephen Fleming said his team was playing the catch-up game after Mumbai Indians duo of Rohit Sharma and Lendl Simmons set the early momentum.

Shilpa Shetty seeks legal advice for alleged fraud case

Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty seeks legal advice after the Kolkata police lodged a complaint against her for an alleged fraud of Rs. 9 crore.

New mangrove species found in Sunderbans

Acanthus Albus, a sprawling under-shrub up to 1.5 m long, was found by an NGO last July. It has been confirmed as a new mangrove variety by the Botanical Survey of India and the Indian Journal of Forestry.

Monsoon gallops in past three days, boosts total rainfall to a soothing 11% higher than normal

The monsoon has galloped in the past three days, boosting this season’s total rainfall to a soothing 11% higher than normal.

B-Town pays tributes to Sadashiv Amrapurkar

Calling him 'a gifted actor', Bollywood celebrities including Big B, Mahesh Bhatt & Anupam Kher mourned the death of Sadashiv Amrapurkar.

Kotak Mahindra vs HDFC Bank: Are they following divergent strategies or are similar at their core?

Kotak versus HDFC Bank can be the stuff of reality shows. The two are similar in many ways, yet as different as chalk and cheese.

No Teesta pact dampens Bangla media’s euphoria over PM Modi's visit

PM Modi's maiden visit to Dhaka hogged the limelight across Bangladeshi media and the politically challenging solution to the Teesta water crisis found enough mention

Sheena Bora murder case: She always carried photo of a little girl & boy, says Sanjeev Khanna

Most friends and business associates expressed shock when the news broke as they remember Indrani as an "affable" and "amicable lady".

The hottest acts to watch out for at NH7 Weekender

ET Panache lists down a few acts you can’t miss at ‘India’s Happiest Music Festival’.

IPL 2015: Powerplay made the difference, says Delhi Daredevils' Jean-Paul Duminy

Chasing a stiff 172, Delhi Daredevils managed 36 runs from the first six overs as new opener in Manoj Tiwary batted slow, managing only 25 from 28 balls.

Usha Martin commissions pellet plant in Jamshedpur

The stock hit a high of Rs 35.20 and a low of Rs 33.20 during the day before closing at Rs 34.20 up 0.29% over previous close of Rs 34.10.

Go Air to seek international traffic rights

The FDI limit in airlines was 49 per cent. The airline would also get delivery of 72 new-age Airbus A320 aircraft between 2016 and 2020.

Steel stocks pare gains after surging up to 3%; government decides to raise import duties

Major steel stocks jumped in reaction to the government decision to raise import duty by 2.5 per cent across the board on steel products.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai's interest in electronics had started from IIT

Google's new CEO Sundar Pichai's tryst with the world of technology started with a thesis on electronic materials from IIT-Kharagpur two decades ago.

Reuters Sports Schedule at 0600 GMT on Friday, Sept 30

SPORTS-NEWS-SCHEDULE AT 0600 GMT/:Reuters Sports Schedule at 0600 GMT on Friday, Sept 30

Meet Manabi Bandopadhyay, India's first transgender college principal

Bandopadhyay is currently associate professor (Bengali) at Vivekananda Satobarshiki Mahavidyalaya and will take charge of Bengal's Krishnagar Women's College on June 9.

Samsung delays latest flagship Galaxy Note 7 again; Apple all set to cash in on first festive rush

The decision to postpone the India launch of the Note 7, which has been plagued with overheating battery problems, was taken by the company on Wednesday.

Make in India: ITC to invest Rs 800 crore in Odisha for hotel, food park

He said the hotel property will come up in Bhubaneshwar, while the food processing park details are being worked out.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee orders CID probe into missing scribe case

"On July 28, an incident had occurred. After that we had made arrests," Banerjee told reporters at the state secretariat Nabanna.

Bharti Airtel in talks to merge its wholly-owned Sri Lanka unit into Dialog Axiata

A potential Airtel Lanka-Dialog-Axiata merger is likely to be along the lines of the recent merger of Bharti Airtel and Axiata’s telecom units in Bangladesh.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Wasim Akram offers to help Pakistan cricket team

Pakistan's former captain Wasim Akram has offered to help the national cricket team salvage its World Cup campaign.

It would be 'Bhaag BJP Bhaag' in 2016, says TMC

"In 2016, it will be 'Bhaag BJP Bhaag' as the people of West Bengal have given a befitting reply," state Education Min Partha Chatterjee said.

Senior O&M executives Navin Talreja and Kawal Shoor quit firm, to launch own agency

The industry is abuzz with speculation they will join hands with Abhijit Avasthi, erstwhile national creative director of O&M.

Sheena Bora murder case: Indrani Mukerjea's former husband arrested

Sanjeev Khanna, the former husband of Indrani Mukherjee (in pic) - who has been taken into custody on charges of killing Sheena Bora - was arrested in Kolkata on Wednesday.

Banking Ombudsman says number of complaints fall in 2012-13

The Ombudsman said that the majority of the complaints received during the year under review related to banks not complying with the BCSBI regulations.

MHA official in soup after Congress' Matang Sinh 'incident'; PMO may step in

Home Ministry officials said the Prime Minister’s Office may also step in the matter since CBI is under the PM’s administrative control.

European steel market crisis hits global operations of Indian firms like Tata Steel, ArcelorMittal

Poor demand coupled with rising imports from China seem to have added to the woes of steelmakers in Europe and the US, including Indian-owned ones.

Housing sale down 4% in eight cities in 2015; 6.9 lakh units unsold

Housing sales fell by 4 per cent to 2,63,720 units last year, lowest since 2010, in the eight major cities of the country on account of demand slowdown in the real estate market.

CIL divestment: Trade unions to hold demonstrations

Govt has proposed to sell up to 10% stake in CIL through a one-day Offer For Sale tomorrow to public shareholders, which may fetch govt about Rs 24K cr.

Election result 2014: BJP asks Mamata Banerjee government to maintain law and order

West Bengal BJP general secretary Samik Bhattacharya said that more than 200 BJP workers had been injured in attacks wherever the party performed well.

Radio collar for Sajnekhali tigress

The foresters will radio-collar the three-year-old tigress, now undergoing treatment at the Sajnekhali beat office, before releasing it into the wild.

Reliance Industries now 8th largest energy company globally

The refining sector strengthened its standings in the 2016 roster, buoyed by improved margins, propelling Reliance Industries to make it global Top 10 debut.

Narendra Modi contesting from two seats because he is afraid of defeat: Mamata Banerjee

Modi is contesting two Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat and Uttar Pradesh because he is 'afraid of losing', Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee claimed.

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki urges mediamen to woo tourists

"The gap between mainland India and Arunachal can be bridged if media play an active role in promoting the state in a positive way," the chief minister said.

Shashi Tharoor hails Supreme Court verdict on Saradha ponzi scam

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor today said that the Supreme Court verdict directing a CBI probe into the Saradha ponzi scam was "historic".

Saradha scam: Enforcement Directorate to complete probe within 'reasonable time'

The officer said that there were four lakh primary entries and 20 lakh bank transactions which would have to be scrutinised and investigated.

We should perform Raj dharma: West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee

Mamata Banerjee said she would "perform raj dharma" and act against offenders irrespective of political colour, citing cases of several TMC leaders

Leaking Jaduguda mine poses radioactive risk: US report

The report accuses India's nuclear establishment of systematically overlooking evidence that points to a radiation hazard at the Jaduguda uranium mine.

Reuters Sports Schedule at 0600 GMT on Saturday, Oct 1

SPORTS-NEWS-SCHEDULE AT 0600 GMT/:Reuters Sports Schedule at 0600 GMT on Saturday, Oct 1

How to save Mohammedan Sporting like shut-downs in India

Inability of Indian football clubs to embrace a professional work and commercialise can result in more Mohammedan Sporting like shut-downs

Reuters Sports Schedule at 0001 GMT on Saturday, Oct 1

SPORTS-NEWS-SCHEDULE AT 0001 GMT/:Reuters Sports Schedule at 0001 GMT on Saturday, Oct 1

Sonia Gandhi's move to polarise Muslim votes, Babri sting won't affect BJP: Siddharth Nath Singh

BJP today said Sonia's meeting with Bukhari to polarise Muslim votes, and a sting by a news portal would not affect its prospects in the polls.

Policy clarity imperative to ensure the growth of the steel industry: Narendran, MD Tata Steel

'Policy clarity and stability, especially with regard to renewal of mining leases and forest clearances, are imperative to ensure the growth of the steel industry.'

Fifteen stocks in focus on Wednesday, 24 August 2016

The Indian market is expected to open flat. Here is a list of top fifteen stocks that are likely to be in focus today.

Messages etc on blogs, social media not to be treated as political ads

Any political content in the form of messages, comments, photos, videos on blogs, social media would not be treated as political advertisement, the Election Commission said today.

Former IAF official arrested for 'spying'

The Crime Branch of Delhi Police arrests a dismissed Air Force official, who allegedly shared secret documents with intelligence operatives backed by Pakistan's ISI.

Saradha chit fund scam: Mamata Banerjee biggest beneficiary of Saradha Media, says Kunal Ghosh

"If anyone has derived most benefit from Saradha Media, then it is the chief minister," Ghosh told metropolitan magistrate Arvind Mishra.

Cong-TC tieup for state polls too

Both Trinamool and Congress leaders on Tuesday vowed to fight CPM jointly.

I might be there longer than expected: Ravi Shastri

Asserting that the Indian cricket team does not require "more coaches" than what it already has right now, Director Ravi Shastri today said he might just be there "longer" than expected.

AAI to install new system to integrate six major airports

Unit will coordinate with IMD, defence, airports and airlines to chart out routes and allot departure and arrival slots to avoid delays and congestion.

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