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November 3: The photographer`s view

  • November 3: The photographer`s view

    November 3: The photographer`s view

  • <p>Visitors walk at TVS motorcycle pavilion at an auto expo in New Delhi</p><p><B>TVS Motor Co, India&#39;s No. 3 two-wheeler maker, said on Thursday it posted a 40% rise in net profit, riding on an increase in sales during the festival season and said it was confident of achieving a growth of over 15% in the current year.</B></p><p>The company&#39;s retail sales rose 20% to 250,000 vehicles during the festive season in 2011 from a year ago, it said in a statement.</p><p>TVS Motor posted a net profit of Rs 76.5 cr in Sep quarter on a net sales of Rs 1,952 cr.</p>

    Visitors walk at TVS motorcycle pavilion at an auto expo in New Delhi

    TVS Motor Co, India's No. 3 two-wheeler maker, said on Thursday it posted a 40% rise in net profit, riding on an increase in sales during the festival season and said it was confident of achieving a growth of over 15% in the current year.

    The company's retail sales rose 20% to 250,000 vehicles during the festive season in 2011 from a year ago, it said in a statement.

    TVS Motor posted a net profit of Rs 76.5 cr in Sep quarter on a net sales of Rs 1,952 cr.

  • <p>A labourer works inside a steel factory on Agartala</p><p><b>Steel Authority of India (SAIL), the country&#39;s largest domestic steel producer, blamed a halving of quarterly profit on rising costs and a strong dollar on Thursday, and maintained demand would rise during the rest of the fiscal year.</b>The state-run steelmaker&#39;s profits sharply missed market estimates for the second successive quarter, but the firm is bullish on increased demand and stable steel prices looking forward, despite a gloomy global scenario.</p>

    A labourer works inside a steel factory on Agartala

    Steel Authority of India (SAIL), the country's largest domestic steel producer, blamed a halving of quarterly profit on rising costs and a strong dollar on Thursday, and maintained demand would rise during the rest of the fiscal year.The state-run steelmaker's profits sharply missed market estimates for the second successive quarter, but the firm is bullish on increased demand and stable steel prices looking forward, despite a gloomy global scenario.

  • <p>A demonstrator burns a five euro note during a protest in downtown Madrid</p><p><B>Chaos over Greece&#39;s role in the euro zone battered equity markets and hit the euro on Thursday, swamping any residual support from the U.S. Federal Reserve&#39;s soothing comments less than 24 hours earlier.</B></p><p>The threat of a Greek exit from the euro hung over a meeting of G20 leaders after France and Germany made it clear that Athens must decide urgently whether it wants to stay in the 12-year-old currency bloc.</p>

    A demonstrator burns a five euro note during a protest in downtown Madrid

    Chaos over Greece's role in the euro zone battered equity markets and hit the euro on Thursday, swamping any residual support from the U.S. Federal Reserve's soothing comments less than 24 hours earlier.

    The threat of a Greek exit from the euro hung over a meeting of G20 leaders after France and Germany made it clear that Athens must decide urgently whether it wants to stay in the 12-year-old currency bloc.

  • <p>Greek Prime minister George Papandreou delivers a speech to Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) parliamentary group at the parliament in Athens</p><p><b>Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has not resigned and does not intend to, a Greek newspaper quoted his chief of staff on Thursday as saying.</b></p><p>"The prime minister has not resigned and does not intend to resign," chief of staff Regina Vartzeli told the website of Proto Thema newspaper.</p><p>Papandreou is facing a revolt from some lawmakers in his socialist party over his plan to call a referendum on a euro zone bailout for Greece.</p>

    Greek Prime minister George Papandreou delivers a speech to Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) parliamentary group at the parliament in Athens

    Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has not resigned and does not intend to, a Greek newspaper quoted his chief of staff on Thursday as saying.

    "The prime minister has not resigned and does not intend to resign," chief of staff Regina Vartzeli told the website of Proto Thema newspaper.

    Papandreou is facing a revolt from some lawmakers in his socialist party over his plan to call a referendum on a euro zone bailout for Greece.

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