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Tata Communications eyes emerging mkts for Asia expansion


Tata Communications on Friday said it is evaluating new business opportunities to increase footprint in the Asia Pacific region, especially in the emerging markets.

"Our teams are evaluating all pote

Vidya, Ranbir grab top honours at gala


Vidya Balan was named the Best Actress at the 13th Iifa awards for her portrayal of south siren Silk Smitha in The Dirty Picture, while Ranbir Kapoor took home the Best Actor trophy for Rockstar.

US soon to grant more waivers to Iran sanctions

The United States will ‘very soon’ announce a new list of countries that will receive waivers to financial sanctions on oil trade with Iran, a US official said on Thursday.

The latest round of US san

Brent crude drops to 16-month low on economic data


Brent crude prices fell below $98 a barrel to a 16-month low on Monday, pressured by fears of a global economic slowdown following weak U.S. and Chinese economic data.

Brent crude for July delivery d

US Navy hopes stealth ship answers a rising China


A super-stealthy warship that could underpin the U.S. Navy's China strategy will be able to sneak up on coastlines virtually undetected and pound targets with electromagnetic ‘railguns’ right out of a

More U.S. warships in Asia-Pacific under new strategy: Panetta


The United States will keep six aircraft carriers in the Asia-Pacific and move a majority of its other warships to the region in the coming years, Defence Secretary Leon Panetta said on Saturday as he

US senator slams White House over cyber leaks


US Senator John McCain on Saturday accused President Barack Obama's administration of leaking details of a reported cyber attack on Iran and other secret operations to bolster the president's image in

Formula One: Singapore IPO hit by market turmoil


Formula One is waiting for 'the most opportune' time to launch its $2.5 billion share sale in Singapore after turbulence returned to financial markets, a source said on Friday.

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Gold on back foot as Spain woes pressure euro


Gold edged down on Wednesday as investors continued to fret about the eurozone debt crisis with Spain's borrowing costs spiralling towards unsustainable levels, keeping the euro close to its lowest le

Ferrari crash fuels Singapore anti-foreign sentiment

A wealthy Chinese expatriate who crashed his million-dollar Ferrari into a taxi killing himself and two others has sparked outrage in Singapore, where anti-immigrant sentiment is on the rise.


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