• India beat Olympic champions Argentina 2-1 in Champions Trophy
  • West Indies vs Sri Lanka: Leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay sent home on disciplinary grounds
  • Maharashtra Plastic Ban To Cost 3 Lakh Jobs, Loss Of 15000 Crores: Report
  • Top seven companies suffer combined loss of Rs 32,298 crore in m-cap
  • 'Who made the yo-yo test a pre-requisite for selection?'

India beat Olympic champions Argentina 2-1 in Champions Trophy

By: Sports Desk | Published: June 24, 2018 6:27:32 pm Mandeep Singh scored the opener for India against Argentina. Related News India vs Argentina Hockey, Champions Trophy: India beat Argentina 2-1Champions Trophy Hockey Points Table, Team Standings, QualificationIndia vs Pakistan Hockey Highlights of Champions Trophy: India beat Pakistan 4-0 India avenged thir loss semifinal loss at the 2017 Hockey World League Final in December with a 2-1 win over Olympic…

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West Indies vs Sri Lanka: Leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay sent home on disciplinary grounds

By: Sports Desk | Published: June 24, 2018 5:40:36 pm Jeffrey Vandersay was a part of the Sri Lankan squad. (Source: AP File) Related News West Indies vs Sri Lanka, 3rd Test: Suranga Lakmal to lead visitors in Dinesh Chandimal’s absenceDinesh Chandimal appeals against ICC’s suspension for ball-tamperingBall-tampering hearing scheduled after Dinesh Chandimal denies charge Sri Lanka recalled legspinner Jeffrey Vandersay ahead of the third and final Test match against…

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Maharashtra Plastic Ban To Cost 3 Lakh Jobs, Loss Of 15000 Crores: Report

Mumbai: The state-wide plastic ban, including carry-bags and thermocol by the Devendra Fadanvis government, will result in loss of up to Rs 15,000 crore and nearly 3 lakh job, says the plastic manufacturing industry. “The ban imposed by Maharashtra from Saturday has hit the industry very hard and the plastic industry is staring at a loss of Rs 15,000 crore, leaving nearly 3 lakh people jobless overnight,” Plastic Bags Manufacturers…

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Top seven companies suffer combined loss of Rs 32,298 crore in m-cap

NEW DELHI: Seven of the top 10 most-valued Indian companies suffered a combined loss of Rs 32,297.97 crore in market valuation last week, with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) taking the steepest hit. Barring HDFC Bank, ITC and HDFC, rest seven companies saw losses in their market capitalisation (m-cap) for the week ended Friday. TCS’ valuation slumped Rs 11,351.73 crore to Rs 6,93,661.25 crore. The m-cap of Infosys dropped Rs 7,426.03…

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'Who made the yo-yo test a pre-requisite for selection?'

7:45 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff How has the yo-yo test become a prerequisite for selection in the Indian team? In an exhaustive letter written to the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA), BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhry has raised this question about the yo-yo test. The letter comes even as coach Ravi Shastri has suggested the test will be a regular feature for the Indian team going forward. The Print has…

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Foreign investors pull out Rs 14,500 crore from capital markets so far in June

NEW DELHI: Foreign investors have pulled out over Rs 14,500 crore from the Indian capital markets this month so far, primarily due to global trade war and hawkish commentary by the US Federal Reserve. The latest outflow has taken the total net withdrawal by foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) from the capital markets (equity and debt) to more than Rs 46,600 crore in this year so far, according to the latest…

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Four-Year-Old In Mumbai Receives Heart Transplant From Aurangabad

Thane: A heart, retrieved from a 13-year-old who had died in an accident, was transported from Aurangabad to Mumbai and transplanted to a four-year-old girl. A statement from Fortis Hospital in suburban Mulund, where the transplant took place, said that the operation was successful and the girl, a resident of Jalna, was under observation. A hospital statement said the heart was taken from a 13-year-old boy, who died in a…

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IFCI to raise Rs 3,000 crore from debt to fund business growth

NEW DELHI: The country’s oldest public sector financial institution IFCI plans to raise Rs 3,000 crore from debt, including bonds, during the current fiscal to aid expansion of its loan book. The company is looking at fresh lending worth Rs 6,000 crore, including take-out finance where IFCI will pick up stake from other lenders during 2018-19. “On an average, we will be targeting loan sanction of Rs 500 crore per…

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Zimbabwe rules out state of emergency after blast at President’s rally

By: AP | Harare | Updated: June 24, 2018 4:26:56 pm A bomb blast shook the stadium where Emmerson Mnangagwa’s rally was on. (Reuters File photo) Zimbabwe’s presidential spokesman is ruling out a state of emergency after an explosion at the president’s campaign rally that state media has called an assassination attempt. George Charamba told the state-run Sunday Mail newspaper that the historic July 30 election will go ahead as…

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