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Rupee weakens further by 15 paise to 62.75 vs USD on demand


The rupee on Tuesday weakened for the third straight session, moving lower by another 15 paise to close at 62.75 against the dollar on month-end demand from importers as the US currency strengthened overseas.

BJP blames Pawar for farmers’ woes

BJP has turned its gun on Union agriculture minister Sharad Pawar after his attack on Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi.

Parle Agro re-enters cola market after 20 years with Cafe Cuba


Two decades after it hived off its carbonated soft drinks portfolio, Parle Agro on Tuesday announced its re-entry into the Rs 15,000-crore cola market early next year with the launch ‘Cafe Cuba’, a coffee-flavoured carbonated drink.

Even Gandhi did it: Swamy on tickets for Modi rally

Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday defended charging money from party workers to attend Narendra Modi’s rallies. “What is wrong with that? People are ready to give.

Rupee down 37 paise against dollar

The Indian rupee continued to fall against the American currency, declining by 37 paise in the late morning trade to 62.60 per dollar on persistent dollar demand from banks and month-end buying from importers coupled with higher dollar overseas.

Death toll up to 3 in building collapse

A day after the collapse, rescue and clean-up operations were still on 	— deepak kurkunde

The death toll in the Mumbra building collapse has risen to three, with two more dead bodies being removed from the rubble during rescue operations on Saturday midnight.

37 months on, skywalk still delayed

A skywalk at the railway line in Kalyan has been under construction for more than 37 months, but half the work is still pending.

Family of ‘IM man’ claims his innocence

The Bombay high court has decided to take up the petition filed by the family of suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorist Quatil Siddiqui, who was killed under mysterious circumstances in Pune’s Yerawada

BMC sets new tender conditions for better roads

After facing a lot of flak over the condition of roads during the monsoon, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has decided to introduce new tender conditions this year.

‘City bookie fixed IPL match for `6cr’

A Mumbai-based bookie allegedly fixed an IPL match for `6 crore after striking deals with four Hyderabad Sunrisers team players.

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