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  • Indian nurses in Iraq safe, 'forcibly' moved to another location: Govt

    3 July, 2014 11:15 AM 13

    NEW DELHI: All Indian nurses, who were trapped in their hospital basement in Tikrit for last several days, are being moved out to a new location and are safe, the government confirmed on Thursday even as it hinted that the nurses may be in ISIS captivity. "Nurses in Tikrit have been moved to another location. MEA is in touch with interlocutors on the ground

  • Indian nurses in Iraq safe, moved to another location: Govt

    3 July, 2014 11:15 AM 21

    NEW DELHI:All Indian nurses, who were trapped in their hospital basement for last several days, have moved out of Tikrit and are safe, the government confirmed on Thursday. "Nurses in Tikrit have been moved to another location. MEA is in touch with interlocutors on the ground. They are safe, MEA spokesman Syed Akbaruddin told reporters. The government

  • Interact with CNBC-TV18: 'Not much priced in to have a post-Budget sell-off'

    3 July, 2014 11:10 AM 10

    Moneycontrol boarder Farah Kampani asks Neelkanth Mishra, Head of Equity Strategy-India, Credit Suisse whether there is a risk of a post-Budget sell-off. Mishra does not feel the Budget is as important as it is made out to be. The role of central government in terms of its economic impact has shrunk and the state government spent 25-30 percent more combined

  • Indian Companies Raise Rs 1,400 Crore Through NCDs in Q1

    3 July, 2014 11:09 AM 14

    Indian companies mopped up over Rs 1,400 crore via retail issuance of non-convertible debentures in the first quarter the current fiscal, primarily to meet the working capital requirements. A cumulative amount of Rs 42,383 crore had been garnered through 35 issues of NCDs in the entire 2013-14 fiscal. NCDs are loan-linked bonds that can't be converted

  • Indian Nurses in Iraq's Tikrit Moved, Destination Unknown: Government

    3 July, 2014 11:09 AM 16

    New Delhi: 46 Indian nurses stranded in Tikrit in war-torn Iraq have been shifted to another location, New Delhi said today. "They are on the move right now. They agreed to shift for their own safety," foreign ministry spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said, adding that their destination was "not known" at present. "It is not a situation of our choice. It is a difficult

  • Buy Syndicate Bank, advises Sahil Kapoor

    3 July, 2014 11:08 AM 12

    Sahil Kapoor of Edelweiss Financial Services told CNBC-TV18, "Public sector undertakings (PSU) banks specifically the mid cap and small cap space is buzzing, and it is clearly showing into the outperformances of these stock. Syndicate Bank is one of the best performers, an uptake of Rs 185-188 is quite possible in it. So you could buy it keeping a stoploss

  • FIFA World Cup: Ticket Tout Probe Opens Ahead of Quarterfinal Drama

    3 July, 2014 11:05 AM 18

    Rio de Janeiro: As France and Germany prepare to serve up the first dish of a mouth-watering World Cup quarterfinal menu, a ticket tout inquiry continues Thursday with Brazil's 2002 title winner Ronaldinho's brother one of those wanted for questioning. Brazilian authorities are investigating whether members of the Brazilian, Argentine and Spanish football

  • FIFA Official 'Amazed' by Brazil World Cup Drunkenness

    3 July, 2014 11:05 AM 14

    Brazil banned alcohol sales at soccer matches in 2003 in a bid to curb fan violence. FIFA however insisted that the ban be removed for the FIFA World Cup - mainly due to sponsorship interests. Rio de Janeiro: FIFA's number two official has said he's "amazed" by the levels of drunkenness in Brazil's World Cup stadiums, reviving a debate over whether alcohol

  • BSE Sensex, Nifty snap 4-day gains; oil & gas, banks drag

    3 July, 2014 11:04 AM 24

    It was a consolidation (with small profit-taking) day for the market, which has to happen after such a sharp upside seen in last few sessions, but the long term trend remains positive, say experts, adding the Nifty may continue to touch new high till the announcement of Budget that is scheduled for July 10. Aditya Narain, Citi says the government's first

  • Buy Ratnamani Metals: Vinay Khattar

    3 July, 2014 10:54 AM 13

    "Ratnamani Metals differentiate itself from the competition and its peer set in significant, this carbon steel business is just about 40 percent of its sale but 60 percent of its sale come from stainless steel pipes. Now stainless steel pipe is a very interesting segment, these pipes are very used in oil refinery, nuclear power plants, thermal power