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Sensex falls 68 points in choppy trade


In highly volatile trade, the S&P Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark sensex ended lower for the second day Wednesday, losing over 68 points on sustained selling by investors who fear RBI might take more tightening measures to support falling rupee.

Tata Motors Q1 net down 24%

Home grown auto major Tata Motors Wednesday reported a 23.81 per cent decline in consolidated net profit to Rs 1,762.81 crore for the first quarter ended June 30.

Sensex ends below 19,000-mark


The BSE benchmark sensex Tuesday plunged 450 points to end below the 19,000-mark after five weeks on massive all-round selling as the rupee hit record low of 61.80 against the dollar.

Rupee drops to all-time record low of 61.51 vs dollar

The Indian rupee dropped to an all-time record low of 61.51 per dollar in the late morning session on fresh dollar demand from banks and importers amid weakness of dollar in the overseas market and fall in the equity market.

Sensex gains 18 points


The benchmark S&P Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) sensex snapped eight days of losses to end up by 18 points on fresh buying after investors deemed the recent decline excessive.

Landslips claim nine lives, Kochi airport closed

Nine persons died and several others were reported missing as a string of landslips triggered by heavy downpour battered the high range Idukki and adjoining districts of Kerala Monday.

TRS rules out Hyderabad as UT

TRS president K. Chandrasekhar Rao on Sunday voiced his opposition to any proposal making Hyderabad a permanent joint capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh or a Union Territory.

Bring parties under RTI: Hegde

Slamming the government move to keep parties outside the RTI, former Supreme Court judge Justice N.

Parties’ ‘softness’ behind leaders’ killings: sangh

First the Sangh Parivar saw a pattern in the killings of its leaders.

Ego of politicians to blame for prevailing corruption: Advani


Terming corruption as the biggest problem facing the country, BJP leader L.K. Advani Saturday said it emanated from the ego of the political class.

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