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Ravi Ranjan Prasad
PSP Projects to launch Rs 210-cr IPO Ahmedabad-based construction firm PSP Projects will come out with a Rs 210-crore initial public offering in the Rs 205-Rs 210 price band on May 17.
Zehra Naqvi
Ghosts of disasters yet-to-­come Ebenezor Scrooge, the unforgettable miser from Charles Dickens’s classic A Christmas Carol, was haunted by three ghosts on Christmas Eve — the ghosts of Christmases past, present and yet-to-come.
Ananda Majumdar
Tagore’s idea of development In his tweet on Rabindranath Tagore’s birth anniversary, May 9, prime minister Narendra Modi said, “Gurudev Tagore will always be remembered for his powerful thoughts and contribution to the freedom m
Radhika Vashisht
CashKaro, Yes Bank Launch Card-Linked Offers Cashback and coupons player CashKaro.com announced partnership with Yes Bank, to launch cashback Card Linked Offers (CLO).
Sangeetha G.
Textile sector expects shift towards synthetic fibres Consumption shift from cotton to synthetic fibres is set to gain momentum with the introduction of the goods and services tax (GST) and a likely fibre-neutral policy.
Ravi Ranjan Prasad
Bihar, J’khand surprise states in MF asset chart As mutual funds (MFs) are gaining currency, investors are coming from the most unlikely places.
Falaknaaz Syed
SBI cuts home loan rates by up to 25 bps State Bank of India (SBI) on Monday announced up to 25 basis points reduction in lending rates for affordable housing loans.
Rajgopal Nidamboor
It’s your attitude that defines you People, as the inimitable George Bernard Shaw observed, are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. He added, “I don’t believe in circumstances.
Sandeep Bamzai
Cut & Thrust: Jackboots replace dialogue Former BSF DG EN Rammohan, considered one of the foremost experts on fighting guerrillas and insurgents having served in all the trouble spots, has said in an interview that the anti Muslim and Hindut
Gautam Datt
Jammu & Kashmir security matrix Over 4,000 men belonging to the army, Central police forces and the state police left their barracks in the wee hours of May 4 and spanned out over 20 villages in the Kashmir Valley.

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