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August 24: Clicks for the day

  • August 24: Clicks for the day

    August 24: Clicks for the day

  • <p>Labourers unload coal from a supply truck at a wholesale market in Noida, in the outskirts of New Delhi</p><p><b>At least 22 mines owned by Coal India, the world&#39;s biggest coal miner, face closure over environmental concerns in Jharkhand, potentially suffering an output loss of up to 40,000 tonne a day, officials said on Wednesday.</b></p><p>Coal India&#39;s shares were down by as much as 4.3 percent at 0900 GMT on a Mumbai market that had lost close to 1 percent on weak Asian peers and concerns over global growth.</p>

    Labourers unload coal from a supply truck at a wholesale market in Noida, in the outskirts of New Delhi

    At least 22 mines owned by Coal India, the world's biggest coal miner, face closure over environmental concerns in Jharkhand, potentially suffering an output loss of up to 40,000 tonne a day, officials said on Wednesday.

    Coal India's shares were down by as much as 4.3 percent at 0900 GMT on a Mumbai market that had lost close to 1 percent on weak Asian peers and concerns over global growth.

  • <p>Masaru Tamagawa,MD,Sony India introduced 15 LED TV Models at a press confrence in  New Delhi</p><p><b>(Picture by Sanjay Sharma)</b></p>

    Masaru Tamagawa,MD,Sony India introduced 15 LED TV Models at a press confrence in New Delhi

    (Picture by Sanjay Sharma)

  • <p>One-tael gold cubes (1.13 ounces or 38 grams) are seen at a jewellery store in Hong Kong</p><p><b>As gold prices near $2,000 an ounce, some bulls say it&#39;s time to take money off the table after the safe-haven rally extended too far, too fast in recent weeks.</b></p><p>Gold investors at several firms said gold prices could correct sharply, citing overvaluation. While that does not mean prominent bulls are now bears, they recommended investors take profit on gold holdings after the precious metal traded briefly above $1,900 on Tuesday for the first time.</p><p>Spot gold rebounded more than 1% to above $1,853 an ounce on Wednesday</p></p><b>(Picture by Reuters)</b></p>

    One-tael gold cubes (1.13 ounces or 38 grams) are seen at a jewellery store in Hong Kong

    As gold prices near $2,000 an ounce, some bulls say it's time to take money off the table after the safe-haven rally extended too far, too fast in recent weeks.

    Gold investors at several firms said gold prices could correct sharply, citing overvaluation. While that does not mean prominent bulls are now bears, they recommended investors take profit on gold holdings after the precious metal traded briefly above $1,900 on Tuesday for the first time.

    Spot gold rebounded more than 1% to above $1,853 an ounce on Wednesday

    (Picture by Reuters)

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