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US restricts entry of passengers from Ebola-hit nations

The US has restricted the entry of passengers from the three Ebola-stricken West African nations to five major airports conducting enhanced screening for the virus, safeguarding its citizens from the epidemic.

Reforms taking time to gain traction: Chinese Premier

It is still taking time for reform measures to gain traction, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang was quoted as saying by the Foreign Ministry.

Asian shares gain on upbeat US tech earnings

Asian shares pulled ahead on Wednesday, taking their cue from Wall Street's strong performance as upbeat results from two technology bellwethers offset recent concerns about the outlook for the global economy.

Yahoo ekes out Q3 revenue gain, ad business continues to struggle

Yahoo Inc reported a modest increase in revenue during the third quarter, exceeding lackluster Wall Street targets, as the Internet company's online display advertising business continued to struggle.

Govt wants FTIL to take over NSEL and its dues

Exchange's total liabilities stand at about Rs 5,300 cr; FTIL stock crashes 20%

MFs dig in for fight on Maruti's Gujarat plant

Question over plan to be put to vote next month

Soon, e-tailers could use drones to deliver your purchases

According to media reports, Seattle-based Amazon had considered debuting drone delivery services in Mumbai and Bangalore by Diwali this year

Debt-ridden GMR plans to raise Rs 5,400 cr

Amount likely to be raised through asset sale, equity issue; company might divest a few road and power plants

PMO to review cash transfer for gas subsidy

Govt expects to save Rs 10,000 crore through this move

We will look at new coal blocks in Odisha and Chattisgarh: Ravi Uppal

Interview with MD & CEO, Jindal Steel & Power

Fixed LPG subsidy sparks hopes of lower losses

Subsidised consumption accounted for 73% of the total LPG usage last financial year

40 Years Ago... And now: Ranbaxy grew with liberal regimes, moving out of family control

Ranbaxy tasted success for the first time in the 1960s with its tranquiliser, Calmpose

July-Sept quarter might bring cheer for FMCG firms

Anticipated urban recovery likely to help fortunes of consumer goods companies

Coal India unlikely to gain from ordinance

On Tuesday, Coal India shares fell 1.57% on the BSE to close at Rs 355 apiece

Centre clears sixteen airlines but only two take off

The civil aviation ministry received 20 applications and it granted NOCs to sixteen companies between 2009 till now

TRAI seeks information on 3G spectrum

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) on Tuesday sought more information on the availability of 3G spectrum while proposing that the vacant 3G slots be put up in the upcoming auction, along with the spectrum in 900 MHz and 1,800 MHz ...

Small towns drive India's e-commerce

Over half the traffic and sales on major e-commerce platforms are from smaller towns in line with the consumption pattern of fast-moving consumer goods in the country, according to sectoral data.According to eBay, the percentage of transactions ...

Jet, SpiceJet start another fare war

Airlines announce limited period one-way all-inclusive fares starting Rs 899

Dibang project got nod despite differences

The 3,000-Mw project got the panel's nod by allowing the NHPC to reduce the dam height by only 10 metres - a proposal which had been rejected only a month ago by environment ministry

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