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    Tata Steel in talks to raise up to $3.1 billion via overseas loans

    Tata Steel in talks to raise up to $3.1 billion via overseas loans


    Once completed, this could be one of the largest refinancing programme by a corporate this year to drastically cut down borrowing...

    Once completed, this could be one of the largest refinancing programme by a corporate this year to drastically cut down borrowing costs.
    What to expect from markets today

    What to expect from markets today


    Markets on Tuesday are expected to trade lower as investors turned cautious after wholesale inflation (WPI) numbers surged to a four-year high. The fear of sell-off in banking, pharma and metal shares can also play a...

    Markets on Tuesday are expected to trade lower as investors turned cautious after wholesale inflation (WPI) numbers surged to a four-year high. The fear of sell-off in banking, pharma and metal shares can also play a spoilsport.
    Amazon invests Rs 230 crore into India wallet

    Amazon invests Rs 230 crore into India wallet


    Amazon has pumped in an additional Rs 230 crore into its wallet Amazon Pay in India, as per filings with the Registrar of Companies (RoC) sourced from...

    Amazon has pumped in an additional Rs 230 crore into its wallet Amazon Pay in India, as per filings with the Registrar of Companies (RoC) sourced from Paper.vc.
    ICICI delays AGM further, will hold it on Sept 12

    ICICI delays AGM further, will hold it on Sept 12


    ICICI Bank has postponed its already delayed annual general meeting (AGM) by over a month. The move comes at a time when the private lender is embroiled in enquiries regarding its CEO’s conflict of interest and irregularities in recognition of 31 bad...

    ICICI Bank has postponed its already delayed annual general meeting (AGM) by over a month. The move comes at a time when the private lender is embroiled in enquiries regarding its CEO’s conflict of interest and irregularities in recognition of 31 bad loan accounts.
    Apple India's three top executives quit

    Apple India's three top executives quit


    The sources said the executives who have quit include Rahul Puri, who was head of national sales, distribution and operator business; Jayant Gupta (head of iPhone sales, modern trade and Apple Premium Retail stores); and Manish Sharma (national sales...

    The sources said the executives who have quit include Rahul Puri, who was head of national sales, distribution and operator business; Jayant Gupta (head of iPhone sales, modern trade and Apple Premium Retail stores); and Manish Sharma (national sales head for telecom).
    India keen to join Russia in WTO case against US

    India keen to join Russia in WTO case against US


    "India hereby notifies its desire to join the consultations requested by the Government of the Russian Federation... concerning the measures that the US introduced to adjust imports of steel and aluminium into the US, including imposing additional ad...

    "India hereby notifies its desire to join the consultations requested by the Government of the Russian Federation... concerning the measures that the US introduced to adjust imports of steel and aluminium into the US, including imposing additional ad valorem import duties on certain steel and aluminium products and exempting certain WTO members from these measures," the WTO said.
    Users must own data generated by them: Trai

    Users must own data generated by them: Trai


    Recommending a series of measures of "privacy, security and ownership of data in telecom networks", the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India held that consumers are owners of their data and that entities controlling, processing their information are...

    Recommending a series of measures of "privacy, security and ownership of data in telecom networks", the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India held that consumers are owners of their data and that entities controlling, processing their information are "mere custodians and do not have primary rights over this data".
    30k Pakistanis granted long-term visas; can buy property

    30k Pakistanis granted long-term visas; can buy property


    In 2018, till today, altogether 6,092 Pakistani nationals have been given LTVs in line with the Modi government's policy to help minorities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who come to India after facing alleged persecution in their home...

    In 2018, till today, altogether 6,092 Pakistani nationals have been given LTVs in line with the Modi government's policy to help minorities in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh who come to India after facing alleged persecution in their home country.
    Virtual currencies need 'vigilant monitoring', says financial forum

    Virtual currencies need 'vigilant monitoring', says financial forum


    The FSB's chair, Bank of England Government Mark Carney, has said that one reason virtual currencies do not pose a threat is that the total amounts traded are small in relation to the financial...

    The FSB's chair, Bank of England Government Mark Carney, has said that one reason virtual currencies do not pose a threat is that the total amounts traded are small in relation to the financial system.
    Petrol, diesel prices fall after 10 days

    Petrol, diesel prices fall after 10 days


    In the other key cities of Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, the fuel was sold at Rs 79.51, Rs 84.22 and Rs 79.76 per litre respectively, against the previous levels of Rs 79.61, Rs 84.33 and Rs 79.87 a...

    In the other key cities of Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, the fuel was sold at Rs 79.51, Rs 84.22 and Rs 79.76 per litre respectively, against the previous levels of Rs 79.61, Rs 84.33 and Rs 79.87 a litre.
    For H-1B visa aspirants, now a no means no

    For H-1B visa aspirants, now a no means no


    In a further tightening of visa rules, the Trump administration has empowered officials to reject visa applications under certain circumstances - if the required 'initial evidence' wasn't submitted or it failed to establish eligibility for the visa...

    In a further tightening of visa rules, the Trump administration has empowered officials to reject visa applications under certain circumstances - if the required 'initial evidence' wasn't submitted or it failed to establish eligibility for the visa sought.