Vietnam sponsor suffers big losses on Man City fixture

Vietnam sponsor suffers big losses on Man City fixture

Vietnam suffered an 8-1 hammering at the hands of English outfit Manchester City last week but the sponsor of the glamour fixture suffered far bigger losses.

CCEA okays extra funds to reimburse losses on cotton sale

The government on Wednesday approved additional financial support to reimburse "anticipated losses" in disposal of cotton being procured by the Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) during 2014-15.

'Uttama Villain' producers to settle all dues before release

'Uttama Villain' producers to settle all dues before release

The producers of Kamal Haasan-starrer "Uttama Villain", which releases in cinemas on May 1, have given an undertaking in Madras High Court that they will settle all dues before release.

Rajinikanth not responsible for 'Lingaa' losses: Producers Council

Rajinikanth not responsible for 'Lingaa' losses: Producers Council

The Tamil Nadu Film Producers Council (TFPC) has strongly condemned the decision of the distributors of "Lingaa" to go on a mass begging protest and hold superstar Rajinikanth accountable for the film's losses.

Gold prices recover Rs 210 on seasonal demand, global cues

After two days of losses, gold prices recovered by Rs 210 to trade at Rs 28,300 per 10 grams at the bullion market today following emergence of buying by jewellers and retailers to meet ongoing wedding season demand.

'Lingaa' makers to settle losses, distributors happy

'Lingaa' makers to settle losses, distributors happy

Several distributors of Rajinikanth-starrer "Lingaa", who have been demanding compensation over losses, can finally breathe a sigh of relief as the makers have agreed to look into the losses and settle them.

Rajinikanth can't be blamed for 'Lingaa' losses: SIFAA

Rajinikanth can't be blamed for 'Lingaa' losses: SIFAA

The South Indian Film Artistes' Association (SIFAA) aka Nadigar Sangam said Friday it was "unfair" for the distributors of "Lingaa" to hold superstar Rajinikanth responsible for the film's losses, instead of the producers.

Pak floods cause over $190 mn losses

Torrential rains and heavy floods in Pakistan`s Balochistan province have caused losses of Rs18 billion (over $190 million), Dawn reported.

Kalka-Shimla rail service incurring huge losses

The celebrated Kalka-Shimla rail link, a UNESCO world heritage site, is incurring huge losses to the railways amounting to as much as Rs 18 crore per year, a senior railway official said.

UP govt incurred losses of Rs 2,770 cr due to floods last year

The Uttar Pradesh government has incurred losses to a tune of Rs 2,770 crore during floods last year.

Piracy costs world economy up to USD 12 bn a year

Somali pirates have driven up shipping costs in the Indian Ocean, resulting in world economic losses estimated at $7 billion to $12 billion a year, a study by One Earth Future Foundation said Thursday.

Disasters cause world losses of $ 222 bn in 2010

Man-made and natural disasters generated worldwide economic losses of $ 222 bn in 2010.

Pakistan flood-related losses reach $43 bn: Gilani

Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said Wednesday that his country has suffered losses of around $43 billion due to the floods that have displaced over 17 million people and killed over 1,600.

Hedge fund "king" Griffin rebounding from losses: Report

Hedge fund manager Kenneth Griffin`s Citadel Investment Group lost $8 billion in clients` money last year, but is turning things around as markets recover and has made $5 billion in profits so far this year.

Indian aviation industry to suffer $1.5 bn losses in 2009: IATA

Painting a gloomy picture, the International Air Transport Association on Friday said the Indian aviation industry is estimated to suffer a collective loss of USD 1.5 billion in 2009, with Air India accounting for most of it.

IT, consumer electronic firms losing Rs 84 lk/store annually

IT and consumer electronic firms
in the country are losing up to Rs 84 lakh per store annually
due to poor sales effectiveness, a survey says.

IATA forecasts deeper losses for airlines

Airlines this year would lose USD
11 billion due to rising fuel prices and exceptionally weak
yields, the International Air Transport Association has said.