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Sunday, September 24, 2017

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Save Energy: Install Grid-Connected Rooftop Solar Project, Earn Few Bucks

Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik today inaugurated the grid-connected rooftop solar projects in the state. Under the programme, consumers can install small solar panels on their rooftops to generate solar energy for households consumption during day time and can also export excess power to the grid through service cables. The exported power will be metered on a special type of meter...

VisionJet (Private-Jet) Launched at just 12.62 Cr

Cirrus Aircraft came up with world smallest and cheapest Private Jet equipped with amazing features at just Rs 12.62 Cr named as Vision Jet. Its designed keeping a view specially for Private ownership. It will no doubt give a heavy competition to its competitors because of its price and features. Booking have already been started and the rush shows the...

Rupee Recuperates, Dollar Goes Down

Mumbai (PTI): The rupee today staged an incredible comeback after its three session lustreless trade and ended at a fresh two-and-a-half month high of 64.11 a dollar after the US currency took a big knock amid the Fed indicating it will maintain a slow pace of monetary tightening. The Federal Reserves's statement came after the two-day policy meet where the central...

Highs and Lows: CEOs Packages 1200-Times Bigger Than Staff

New Delhi (PTI): A huge pay gap between CEOs and other employees at Indian companies has come to the fore, with the biggest listed blue-chip firms doling out to their top executives salary packages of up to 1,200-times of their median employee remunerations. An analysis of remuneration disclosures made by top listed companies forming part of the blue-chip index Sensex --...

Sensex Hits New High, Nifty Retreats From Record Level

Mumbai (PTI): The benchmark BSE Sensex today edged up to a new closing record at 32,383.30, but the Nifty was little changed with a negative bias. The Sensex closed marginally higher by 0.84 point at 32,383.30. During the day, the barometer rallied over 290 points to touch fresh high of 32,672.66 following buying spree in financials, banks, realty, auto, IT, FMCG and oil...

Naked Model Arrested For Assaulting Police Officer

Florida: Model Brissa Dominguez Garcia was put behind bars in Florida after she assaulted several police officers when they tried to arrest her while she was roaming naked around the hotel. The incident occurred at the Edge Hotel in Clearwater. The manager of the hotel had called officers to remove her from the hotel premises. According to reports she...

RBI To Issue Rs 200 Notes From Ganesh Chaturthi Day

New Delhi & Bhubaneswar: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will release new Rs 200 denomination currency notes from August 25 in the New Mahatma Gandhi Series, bearing signature of RBI Governor Dr. Urjit R. Patel. According to a press note released by the RBI, the new denomination has Motif of Sanchi Stupa on the back side  depicting the country’s...

Indian Banks Most At Risk Among South, S-E Asian Peers: Moody’s Poll

New Delhi (PTI): Indian banks are most at risk in South and South-East (S-E) Asia, and being under-capitalised, they lack sufficient loan provisioning, says a Moody's poll. It said the government has appeared reluctant to increase capital injection into PSU banks despite the limited ability of these lenders to access equity markets for the much-needed capital. Earlier this month, Moody's polled 210...

Flipkart Season Sale from 10th to 18th June.

Flipkart starts its end season sale from 10th June till 18th June as FlipkartFashionDays. The discount will be upto 65%. The offers can be availed both in Flipkart's app and website,Its expected to be heavy traffic of online shopping lovers.The hashtag #flipkartfashiondays is also in trend. There are different scheme of offers by Flipkart such as TimeOfTheDaysLoots, Fashion Theme hours and...

Nifty Within Striking Distance Of 10k, Sensex At New Peak Too

Mumbai (PTI): Markets broke new ground today as the Nifty came tantalisingly close to 10,000 and the Sensex signed off at 32,246 after banking stocks came alive on better-than-expected quarterly results. Oil and gas, IT and FMCG stocks also threw their weight behind the rally. There was cheer on the growth front as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in its World Economic...

3 Top Bureaucrats From Odisha Find Top Berths In CPSUs

New Delhi & Bhubaneswar: Two former top mandarins of the state administration Jugal Kishore Mohapatra and Chinmaya Basu have found berths in two different Public Sector Undertakings(PSUs) as Independent Directors. While former Chief Secretary of Odisha, Jugal Kishore Mohapatra has been appointed as the Independent Director of National Hydro Power Corporation(NHPC), another Odisha cadre top babu Chinmaya Basu has been...

Tanka Torani Finally Vanishes From Ananda Bazar In Jagannath Temple

Puri: With the Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) authorities maintaining the heat in continuation with its drive to enforce strict guidelines, Tanka Torani sellers  have vanished from the famous Ananda Bazar in the premises of the Jagannath Temple here to sell the drink at least for the last two days. The SJTA continued its raids and quality checks since it...

Rupee Drops By 11 Paise Against US Dollar In Early Trade

Mumbai (PTI): The rupee on Monday dropped by 11 paise to 64.43 against the US currency in the opening session due to fresh dollar demand from importers. The rupee opened lower at the interbank foreign exchange market and slid by 11 paise to 64.43 per dollar in early trade. It had closed at 64.32 per dollar on Friday. The US dollar sliding...

Nifty Breaches 10,000 Mark, Sensex At New High On Fund Inflows

Mumbai (PTI): Creating history, the NSE Nifty on Tuesday breached the 10,000 level for the first time while the BSE Sensex hit another record high of 32,374.30 in opening trade led by rally in metal, banking, realty and FMCG stocks. The 50-issue Nifty breached the historic 10,000 level by gaining 44.90 points, or 0.45 per cent, to trade at all-time high...