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Negative global cues pull equities lower
SME Times News Bureau | 28 Apr, 2017
Negative global cues and heavy selling pressure in banking and FMCG goods pulled the Indian equity markets lower during the early morning trade session on Friday.
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India, Poland ink agriculture agreement
Surender Bhutani | 27 Apr, 2017
India and Poland on Thursday signed an agreement on the exchange of information and technology in the agriculture sector.
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India-Italy ties on recovery path via trade
SME Times News Bureau | 27 Apr, 2017
Relations between India and Italy are set on the path to recovery, after strains that developed over the past years, with the Joint Economic Commission slated to meet in Rome in May after a gap of eight years, it was announced here on Thursday.
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Markets scale new highs, but fail to sustain impetus
SME Times News Bureau | 27 Apr, 2017
Key equity markets on Thursday made fresh record highs. However, selling pressure triggered by profit bookings dragged them to closing in the red.
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SEBI allows options trading in commodities market
SME Times News Bureau | 27 Apr, 2017
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Wednesday approved the introduction of options trading in the commodities market.
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Yogi orders better utilities at religious places in UP
SME Times News Bureau | 27 Apr, 2017
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has ordered for better public facilities including approach roads, toilets, rest houses, places to sit and drinking water, an official said on Thursday.
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PM Modi reviews performance of key infrastructure sectors
SME Times News Bureau | 27 Apr, 2017
The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, on Tuesday reviewed progress of key infrastructure sectors including roads, railways, airports, ports, digital, and coal. The review meeting, which lasted for about four and a half hours, was attended by top officials from PMO, NITI Aayog and all infrastructure Ministries of the Government of India.
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'Fiscal deficit to be reduced to 3 pc by 2019'
SME Times News Bureau | 26 Apr, 2017
The NITI Aayog on Tuesday said it has proposed to reduce the fiscal deficit be brought down to three percent of the GDP by 2018-19. It has also set the target for the revenue deficit to be reduced to 0.9 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2019-20.
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Pre-monsoon rains hit Northeast, Mizoram remains cut-off
SME Times News Bureau | 26 Apr, 2017
Week-long incessant pre-monsoon rains, thunderstorm and heavy lightning disrupted life in northeastern states while road connectivity remained cut-off in Mizoram due to landslides, officials said on Wednesday.
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HC restrains TN govt from opening liquor outlets
SME Times News Bureau | 26 Apr, 2017
The Madras High Court on Tuesday restrained the Tamil Nadu government from opening/reopening or relocating liquor shops along or abutting the national or state highways in the southern state for three months.
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Currency Import Export
US Dollar
65.55
63.85
UK Pound
84.25
81.45
Euro
70.65
68.20
Japanese Yen 60.45 58.40
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