PM Narendra Modi govt surprises, wants Supreme Court not to cancel 40 UPA-OK'd 'illegal' coal mines

The award of more than 200 coal blocks to steel, cement and power companies has been at the centre of the so-called

Narendra Modi govt powers Jindal Steel and Power, Hindalco Industries, Sesa Sterlite shares

PM Narendra Modi with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe before a delegation level meeting in Tokyo on Monday. PTI
PM Narendra Modi, gets Japan promise to invest $34 billion in India, but fails on nuclear deal

With Narendra Modi in Japan, host country said it would double private, public investment in India.

India's annual infrastructure output growth dragged down by a contraction in production of natural gas, steel, fertilisers and refinery products. (Reuters)
India's July infrastructure output growth slows to 3-month low of 2.7 pct

India's infrastructure expanded an annual 7.3 percent in June, its fastest pace in nine months.

NSE Nifty surges past 8,000 to record high; BSE Sensex at new peak too; blue-chips gain

NSE Nifty breaches 8,000-mark for first time to end at record close of 8,027.70.

DDA launches Housing Scheme 2014 for 25,034 flats, gets huge response

New DDA scheme offers flats ranging from Rs 7 lakh to Rs 1.2 crore across all categories.

Lava Iris X5, with selfie camera, launched, priced at Rs 8,799

Running on Android 4.4 KitKat, successor to Lava Iris X1 is powered by 1.2 GHz quad core processor.

Chanda Kochhar eyes 'billions of dollars in FDI from Japan' for India

Chanda Kochhar says ICICI Bank will play key role in arranging funds.

Narendra Modi in Japan: '5.7% growth has generated huge positive sentiment'

Modi highlights achievements of 100 days of his govt at a meeting with Japanese Chamber of Commerce.
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COMMODITIES

Gold price extends losses, down Rs 90

Gold prices fell further by Rs 90 to close at Rs 28,175 per ten gram in the national capital today on sluggish demand from jewellers and retailers.

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MISCELLANEOUS

England batsmen need to tackle spin better: Sourav Ganguly

Former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has said that England batsmen need to tackle Indian spinners in a better way if they want to change their fortunes in the limited-overs version.