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  • An Obama dinner invite for a disabled Indian girl

    26 July, 2014 6:14 AM 33

    MUMBAI: Next week, US President Barack Obama and his wife will host 12 disabled people from all over the world, including one from Mumbai, for an exclusive dinner at the White House. The lucky Mumbaikar from suburban Goregaon is athlete Neha P Naik, 23, who is a Special Olympics International Global Messenger, besides taking part in the 100 metres and shot-put

  • Wall Street Closes Lower on Amazon, Visa; S&P's Weekly Gain Erased

    26 July, 2014 6:07 AM 5

    US stocks closed lower on Friday in a broad consumer discretionary-led selloff after Visa and Amazon, a pair of closely watched bellwether names, reported disappointing results. While the S&P 500 found support at its 14-day moving average, suggesting a recent positive trend in equities remains intact, the day's decline was enough to erase the benchmark

  • Raj Singh Dungarpur was More Than A Father Figure, Says Sachin Tendulkar

    26 July, 2014 6:06 AM 14

    Raj Singh Dungarpur was instrumental in amending the rules of the CCI to allow Sachin Tendulkar use its dressing room as a 14-year-old, making things smooth for the champion batsman very early in his glittering career. Mumbai: Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar on Friday fondly remembered former BCCI President Raj Singh Dungarpur's big role in shaping up his cricket

  • After Four Days, Leopard Leaves IIT Bombay Say Forest Officials

    26 July, 2014 6:00 AM 6

    Mumbai: A leopard which had strayed into the forest-like campus of IIT Bombay finally left after an almost four-day long sojourn early on Saturday, with the institute students, management and forest officials heaving a sigh of relief, an official said. "After searching the entire premises, the forest department has concluded that it has moved out of the campus

  • India Still Faces Risk on Growth, External Front: RBI Official

    26 July, 2014 5:59 AM 4

    Stating that even though the formation of a stable government at the Centre has mitigated political risk, a top Reserve Bank official today said India continues to face threats on the growth and external sector fronts. "With a stable Central Government in place, political risk has abated," RBI Executive Director Deepak Mohanty said, presenting a paper

  • Sahara works on plan B; negotiations for London, New York hotels on but Roy unwilling to sell

    26 July, 2014 5:52 AM 6

    NEW DELHI: Even as the Sahara group negotiates with potential buyers such as the Sultan of Brunei and the Poonawallas who are keen to get their hands on trophy hotels in New York and London, it is simultaneously working on an alternative plan to refinance debt as its jailed chairman Subrata Roy is said to be not too keen to sell the beleagured group's

  • Alastair Cook Still England Captain Because of ECB Politics, Says Kevin Pietersen

    26 July, 2014 5:50 AM 5

    Kevin Pietersen said he empathises with Cook, whose poor form with the bat is being seen as a major reason for England's Test decline. London: Alastair Cook has managed to hold on to England captaincy solely because of "politics", says maverick batsman Kevin Pietersen and insists that the disaster which the skipper is enduring in the series against India

  • BlackBerry, Dell Downplay Threat From Apple-IBM Alliance

    26 July, 2014 5:49 AM 6

    Top executives at Dell and BlackBerry Ltd scoffed at the threat posed by the alliance this week, arguing the tie-up is unlikely to derail the efforts of their own companies to re-invent themselves. "I do not think that we take the Apple-IBM tie-up terribly seriously. I think it just made a good press release," John Swainson, who heads Dell's global software

  • Launch of Open Offers for Mangalore Chemicals Fertilizers Ltd Hares After CCI Nod

    26 July, 2014 5:46 AM 7

    The proposed open offers for acquiring additional stake in Vijay Mallya-led Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd (MCFL) can be launched by Zuari consortium and Deepak Fertilizers after receiving approval of competition watchdog CCI. In a filing to the BSE, MCFL today informed that market regulator SEBI in its letter to merchant bankers of Deepak Fertilizers

  • Bose Sues Beats Electronics Over Headphone Noise-Cancellation Patents

    26 July, 2014 5:34 AM 5

    In a lawsuit filed Friday in federal court in Delaware, Bose said Beats had willfully infringed upon five of its patents, which Beats allegedly uses in its Studio and Studio Wireless line of headphones. Bose said it had lost profits and sales as a result. Privately held Bose also filed a complaint with the International Trade Commission seeking to prevent