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Feb: 13 SBI adds Rs 8,161 cr bad loans

  • Feb: 13 SBI adds Rs 8,161 cr bad loans

    Feb: 13 SBI adds Rs 8,161 cr bad loans

  • Microsoft website crashes

    The interior of a Microsoft retail store is seen in San Diego

    Microsoft India's retail website was down on Monday after an apparent hack, with a purportedly Chinese group called Evil Shadow Team posting doctored screenshots that seemed to be of partially obscured customers' usernames and passwords.

    The Microsoft Store India ( website showed an error message promising to restore access as quickly as possible.

  • Gold physical trading weak

    Salesman displays gold jewellery in Siliguri

    Gold traders in India, the world's biggest buyer, stayed on the sidelines as a rebound in the rupee raised hopes of prices dropping further after the yellow metal extended losses for the third day in a row, analysts said.

    Gold for April delivery on the Multi Commodity Exchange (MCX) was trading 0.23% lower at Rs 28,194 per 10 grams.

  • Indians largest black money depositers

    Kashmiri vendor exchanging damaged Indian currency waits for customers in Srinagar

    Indians are the largest depositors in banks abroad with an estimated $500 bn (nearly Rs 24.5 lakh crore) of illegal money stashed by them in tax havens, the CBI Director said today.

    India, in particular, has suffered from the flow of illegal funds to tax havens such as Mauritius, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, British Virgin islands etc.

  • EU aviation schemes

    Markings on the windows compares the difference in size between that of Airbus aircrafts during a media tour of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner ahead of the Singapore Airshow in Singapore

    Global planemaker Airbus joined a chorus of concern that a European scheme to charge airlines for carbon emissions risks triggering a full-blown trade war, with implications for plane deals and even Europe's crippling sovereign debt crisis.

    The EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), introduced on January 1, has drawn howls of protest from airlines around the world, with China banning its carriers from taking part.