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Nifty closes above 5000 on better-than-expected Q2 ... 30.8.2033 CNN-IBN Top Stories
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CRISIL ratings for Indian debt instruments-Sep 2 2.9.2014 Sify Finance
Sep 2 (Reuters) - Below are the ratings awarded by Credit Rating Information Service of India (CRISIL) for local debt instruments as of September 1, 2014. COMPANY
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In India, BlackBerry sees its best hope for revival 2.9.2014 Rediff: Business
It is betting on enterprise services and new launches to revive demand. But are the measures enough to steal a march on established players like Samsung and Micromax?
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Why a doctor cannot prescribe what my mother can? 2.9.2014 All Opinion Stories
During my growing years, whenever I suffered from cough, cold or routine digestive disorders, my mother would readily provide me with home remedies comprising of ginger, Himalayan black salt, black cumin and ajwain. Generations have passed these ...
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12 Indian firms in Forbes' 50 best companies in Asia-Pacific 2.9.2014 Asian Age: Business
TCS, HCL Technologies and HDFC Bank are among the 50 best public companies New York: Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HCL Technologies and HDFC Bank are among the 50 best public companies in Asia-Pacific according to a compilation by Forbes, which ranked India second behind China as home to the 'world's next growth engines'. The Forbes 2014 'honour roll of the Fabulous 50' lists best of Asia-Pacific’s biggest publicly traded companies. China has 16 companies on the list, more than any other country, a distinction it has enjoyed for the last three years. However, the number of Chinese companies on the list has gone down from 20 last year on the back of slow economic growth in the country. India trails China with 12 companies on the list, the same number as last year. The Indian companies on the list are Asian Paints, Axis Bank, HCL Technologies, HDFC Bank, Lupin, Mahindra and Mahindra, Mothersome Sumi Systems, Sun Pharma, TCS, Tata Motors, Tech Mahindra and Titan. HDFC Bank, India's second-largest private ...
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Furniture etailers sit pretty on rising sales 2.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Furniture etailers sit pretty on rising sales
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Infosys, Wipro on the prowl, light up M&A Street 2.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Infosys, Wipro on the prowl, light up M&A Street
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Wipro to double its manpower in Muscat 2.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Wipro to double its manpower in Muscat
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BlackBerry partners with Idea for data offer 2.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
BlackBerry partners with Idea for data offer
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RIL, Microsoft to bankroll & guide startups 2.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
RIL, Microsoft to bankroll & guide startups
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Unitus raises funds for India from global foundations 2.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Unitus raises funds for India from global foundations
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Snapdeal launches Teewe, a Google Chromecast-like media streaming dongle, at Rs 1,999 2.9.2014 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Teewe connects with a television through an HDMI port and connects a smartphone or PC to the TV over the local WiFi network.
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Top tech stories of the week 2.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Top tech stories of the week
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Maruti Leads Auto Revival 2.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Sentiments improve as Narendra Modi charm buoys global investors 2.9.2014 DNA: Money
Markets have been on the surge since August 28, 2013, even under the earlier UPA government's rule. Expectations of a stable government led by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) with minimum coalition partners, if not absolute majority, soared with the elections approaching. Since the formation of the government that made a come back with a sweeping majority, the markets have not looked back. From large cap stocks to penny stocks, all have been on the roll. "Large cap stocks had little room for appreciation and the rally was more prominent in small and mid cap stocks," said G Chokalingam, of Equinomics Research and Advisory Services. The rally has been broad-based. In the 100-day rule under the Prime Minister Narendra Modi, sectors that were buoyant were pharmaceuticals, logistics, manufacturing, engineering & infrastructure and MNC stocks. Most companies from these sectors, especially infrastructure and manufacturing were stuck amid under-utilised capacities due to lack of policy direction and cost ...
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August car sales show healthy growth 2.9.2014 Telegraph: Business
New Delhi, Sept. 1: Car makers such as Maruti Suzuki India, Honda Cars India, Hyundai and Nissan have posted a healthy growth in sales in August on the back of an improved market sentiment.
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Nippon to partner Reliance Cap in bank bid 2.9.2014 Telegraph: Business
Mumbai, Sept. 1: Reliance Capital is taking yet another shot at entering the banking sector. The Anil D Ambani company today said that Nippon, its Japanese partner in life insurance and mutual fund ventures, will participate in setting up of the proposed Reliance Bank.
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A ride on Didi Express 2.9.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
Sept. 1: A marriage of convenience between the Indian Railways then headed by Mamata Banerjee and the Saradha Group has blown the lid off an association whose seeds were sown when the winds of change had begun to blow across Bengal.
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Freecharge raises Rs 200 crore to build up its transactional advertising offerings 2.9.2014 ET: Infotech
The company is using user insights to build new ad models. It recently partnered with Britannia and Pepsi where consumers buying a product offline.
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Regional players emerging as a force to reckon with in the food and beverages segment 2.9.2014 ET: Food
On food shelves in supermarkets and kirana stores, there are many of its kind: brands that represent local entrepreneurship .
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