• Former Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia critical, not able to walk on her own: BNP leader
  • HDFC Bank said to mull relying on India in $2.3 billion sale
  • Indo Count Industries zooms 16% amid high volumes
  • Too Small To Run For Safety, Toddler Killed By Stray Dogs In Chandigarh
  • Canadian Citizen Among Four Held As Punjab Police Bust Drug Racket

Former Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia critical, not able to walk on her own: BNP leader

By: PTI | Dhaka | Published: June 18, 2018 2:40:23 pm Bangladesh’s former PM Khaleda Zia is lodged at a 200-year-old prison in Dhaka for the last four months. Related News Forty Years Ago: June 11, 1978Superfan ‘Tiger Milon’ calls for bonhomie between India and Bangladesh fansOver 30,000 sign petition in support of Indian professionals denied UK visas Bangladesh’s imprisoned former prime minister Khaleda Zia is critically ill and not…

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HDFC Bank said to mull relying on India in $2.3 billion sale

By George Smith Alexander, Anto Antony and Crystal Tse HDFC Bank Ltd., the world’s most expensive major lender, is considering relying entirely on the Indian market for a share sale that could raise as much as 155 billion rupees ($2.3 billion), people with knowledge of the matter said. The Mumbai-based bank is weighing seeking all the capital through a qualified institutional placement in India, rather than its usual practice of…

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Indo Count Industries zooms 16% amid high volumes

NEW DELHI: Shares of Mumbai-based textile manufacturer Indo Count Industries climbed as much as 16.11 per cent in the intraday trade on Monday. At the time of writing this report, the trading volume stood at 1.85 lakh shares against the two-week average of 0.28 lakh shares on the BSE. The market valuation of the company stands at Rs 1,523.93 crore. The company on last Thursday won Vasundhara Award from the…

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Too Small To Run For Safety, Toddler Killed By Stray Dogs In Chandigarh

Chandigarh: A pack of stray dogs mauled a one-and-a-half-year-old boy to death in a park in Chandigarh, police said today. The incident occurred on Sunday when the victim’s mother, who works as a domestic help, had left her four children in the park, while she went to a house to clean utensils. Ayush, a resident of Palsora, was playing along with three other children when the dogs attacked them. Too…

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Canadian Citizen Among Four Held As Punjab Police Bust Drug Racket

Chandigarh: The Punjab Police claimed to have busted an international drugs smuggling racket with the arrest of four persons, including a Canadian national of Indian-origin on Sunday. A senior police officer said that the gang was using the courier services to smuggle drugs abroad. The drugs were being hidden in traditional utensils being couriered to Canada. The module was involved in smuggling opium and the potent date rape drug, ketamine….

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Credable CEO: Lessening The Pain Of Late Payments For SMBs

By PYMNTS It stands as one of the top pain points in B2B payments, a place of uncertainty and anxiety, a spot where a late or ignored payment can fatally wound a business: the collection of money owed on outstanding invoices. But every source of pain is a revenue opportunity, and the story of a Swedish insurance startup shows how the combination of digital tech and trade insurance for SMBs…

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The Path To Consumers’ Digital Hearts Is Paved With Alerts

By PYMNTS Data collection is vital. So are mobile and fraud alerts. However, for banks and credit unions still trying to do more to meet the demands of customers in this digital world (and as those customers continue to become more demanding), service can never slip. Those were among the prime observations offered by Jon Rosner, Fiserv’s vice president of digital, during a recent discussion with Karen Webster. In the…

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The Payments Bucket List (No, It’s Not What You Think)

By PYMNTS In the age of devices, rewards, apps, eWallets, cards virtual and plastic – spanning debit, credit and virtual options – how do consumers manage their financial lives? A big topic to tackle, to be sure. In the latest Topic TBD, Kelley Knutson, the president of Netspend (owned by TSYS), delved with Karen Webster into how and why consumers make the payments choices they do. Think compartments, or ……

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Delhi Air Quality “Moderate To Poor”, Pollution Level Down From “Severe”

New Delhi: Delhi’s air quality improved today due to dispersion of pollutants and rapidly decreased the pollution level to ‘moderate to poor’ category from the ‘severe plus’ for the first time in six days, monitoring agencies said. According to the data by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), the PM10 level (presence of particles with diameter less than 10 mm) was recorded at 339 in Delhi-NCR and 343 in Delhi today….

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TCS share buyback: Should you tender shares?

By Amit Mudgill NEW DELHI: Software services behemoth TCS has announced a mega Rs 16,000 crore buyback under the tender route. The question is should you tender your shares. The buyback — at a price of Rs 2,100 per share — accounts for 38 per cent of the IT major’s cash balance and 18 per cent of net worth. According to Sebi regulations, 15 per cent of the offer size…

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