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  • UK's GCHQ Faces Court Action Over 'Illegal' Surveillance

    3 July, 2014 6:26 AM 7

    The claim threatens fresh embarrassment for the British authorities after leaks by fugitive NSA worker Edward Snowden showed GCHQ was a key player in covert US surveillance operations globally. The complaint has been filed at a London court by ISPs Riseup and May First/People Link of the US, GreenNet of Britain, Greenhost of the Netherlands, Mango of Zimbabwe

  • Brent falls to $111 as Libya PM declares oil crisis over

    3 July, 2014 6:24 AM 14

    Brent futures dipped towards USD 111 a barrel on Thursday as supply fears eased after Libya declared an end to an oil crisis that has cut exports from the OPEC member to a trickle, although declines will be capped by concerns over Iraq. Libya's acting prime minister, Abdullah al-Thinni, said the government had reached a deal with a rebel leader controlling

  • Sri Lanka Not to Deport Members of Pakistan Minority: US Human Rights Group

    3 July, 2014 6:24 AM 5

    Washington: A US-based human rights group has asked Sri Lanka not to deport members of Pakistani minority Ahmadiya community until the UN refugee agency had full access to them and determined their need for international protection. At least 142 Pakistanis, mostly of the minority Ahmadiya community, arrested in police sweeps in Sri Lanka in June 2014 are being

  • Alia Bhatt: Want to Buy a House for my Mother in London

    3 July, 2014 6:22 AM 8

    Actress Alia Bhatt, who has delivered three back to back hits, says that she has still not tasted ultimate success yet. Alia refused to comment on a recent incident in which paparazzi boycotted actress Shraddha Kapoor for reportedly behaving snobbishly at one of the promotional events of her film Ek Villain. Reacting diplomatically, the actress said that she would

  • AirAsia is here to stay, to serve people: Ratan Tata

    3 July, 2014 6:21 AM 14

    AirAsia India is looking at new routes and destinations, said its Group CEO Tony Fernandes at a press conference in Thursday. AirAsia India launched flights last month from Bangalore to Chennai and Goa, at advance fares as low as Rs 490 and Rs 990. It has also launched flights to Kochi. “The airline’s flights for the next 2 months have been sold out,” Fernandes

  • BSE Halts Trading: How It Impacts You

    3 July, 2014 6:21 AM 2

    If you have shares in your demat account, you can sell them on the National Stock Exchange. If you want to buy shares, you can buy them on the NSE. So, for investors, shutting down of BSE will have zero impact. Traders who have taken a short position (sold shares that they don't own), may have to pay a hefty penalty if they are not able to square off their

  • Budget 2014: How PM Narendra Modi's first Budget may look like

    3 July, 2014 6:20 AM 7

    NEW DELHI: ET's March 1, 2013 Budget Edition carried a sharp commentary by a man who was then one of India's many chief ministers. A little over a year later he became India's prime minister. In about a week from now his government will present its first budget. Narendra Modi's 2013 budget commentary for ET, even granting it was written from the perspective

  • Vodafone Gets EU Approval for Takeover of Spanish Cable Firm Ono

    3 July, 2014 6:20 AM 7

    In a statement, the commission said the companies' activities were "largely complementary" with Ono's main activity related to fixed line telecommunication services "whereas Vodafone is mainly active in mobile telecoms". The acquisition marks Vodafone's desire to grow in Europe following last year's 7.7-billion-euro takeover of Kabel Deutschland, the largest

  • How Airlines Want to Change Your Flight Experience With Apps

    3 July, 2014 6:19 AM 11

    Indigo Airlines took its first step by bringing a mobile site live over a year ago, but it launched its first app for Apple's App Store, Windows Phone and Google Play only this January. Using the app, you can book your ticket, check the status of flights, get the PNR for your journey, and the airline is also giving some exclusive deals for people using

  • After Chennai Building Collapse, Civic Officials Rush to Inspect Under Construction Structures

    3 July, 2014 6:14 AM 8

    Although the building that collapsed on Saturday had proper approval Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa had said, "It appears the building did not adhere to the approved plan and it suffered from structural defects". Chennai: The Chennai Metropolitan Development Authority has begun a crackdown on under-construction buildings in the city after