What's the brouhaha over falling rupee? JP Morgan's Jehangir Aziz busts popular belief

What's the brouhaha over falling rupee? JP Morgan's Jehangir Aziz busts popular belief

Jehangir Aziz has busted the popular belief that Indian economy is protected by regulatory and capital controls and cannot be impacted by global trends.

Small cap stocks headed for worst year since 2011, but fund managers still need them to beat stock market
Small cap stocks headed for worst year since 2011, but fund managers still need them to beat stock market

The next major opportunity for smaller shares may come around the general elections in May 2019, when large stocks may underperform, HDFC Securities' Deepak Jasani said.

Buy your next car/SUV in 1 year or be ready to pay up to Rs 1 lakh more
Buy your next car/SUV in 1 year or be ready to pay up to Rs 1 lakh more

As a consumer, why should you care about BS-VI emission norms? Read to save up to Rs 1 lakh

4G ULIPs are here! How to Invest to Best Plans – Here's all you need to know
4G ULIPs are here! How to Invest to Best Plans – Here's all you need to know

With their low-risk and high-return giving characteristics and easy switch options, NULIPs are the solution to investors who worry about the volatility of the market and want to hedge investments.

Indian rupee rebounds 27 paise against US dollar
Indian rupee rebounds 27 paise against US dollar

The rupee had plunged almost 46 paise to a fresh low of 72.9675 against the US dollar in late afternoon trade on Tuesday, nearing the 73/$ mark.

All new Bajaj Pulsar launch time out! New features, more power & no small Pulsars
All new Bajaj Pulsar launch time out! New features, more power & no small Pulsars

Rajiv Bajaj just confirmed that a new line up of Pulsars should make their way to the market in 2020, with BS6 motors and all-new avatars, this is what you need to know about the latest iteration of one of India's most iconic motorcycles

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Twitter blocking legitimate accounts, alleges Iran
Twitter blocking legitimate accounts, alleges Iran

Iran appears to be unhappy with the way Twitter is cracking down on fake accounts as the country's Foreign Minister has alleged that the microblogging site is shutting down accounts of "real" Iranians while letting anti-government bots to thrive.

Horoscope: By Peter Vidal

Today ( 19 Sep )This Week ( 16 Sep - 22 Sep )

SAGITTARIUS Your creative energy should now be at a peak, but not perhaps because the stars are all on your side. On the contrary, challenging romantic stars remind us of the cliché that all great art stems from… read more

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