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SNP threatens fresh referendum unless Scotland gets more powers: Report

The Scottish National Party has threatened to call for another referendum to break up the United Kingdom unless the British government agrees to devolve more powers to Scotland, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

Huge gold, silver donations at Padmanabhaswamy temple mismanaged, SC told

The Supreme Court on Wednesday was told by the Amicus Curiae that there is no accounting for the massive gold and silver donations offered by the devotees at the famous Padmanabhaswamy temple located here.

Karnataka signs contract with TCS

The Karnataka government today
signed a contract with Tata Consultancy Services for a
software solution facilitating integrated financial management
of all spending and resource mobilisation of state treasury

Nepal govt in dock over Pashupatinath`s treasury

A case was file against the govt for opening the main treasury of the temple.

Treasury okayed US business with Iran: Report

Companies such as Kraft Food, Pepsi and some largest US banks benefited.

Empty treasury kicks up row in Meghalaya assembly

Empty treasury benches on Friday
kicked up a row in Meghalaya Assembly, with the Speaker forced
to defer a government resolution after a confusion over `voice

Fed paid record $46.1 billion to Treasury in 2009

The US Federal Reserve banks paid a record $46.1 billion to the U.S. Treasury in 2009 as aggressive bond purchases and lending to fight the financial crisis swelled its net income by 46.8 percent.

RIL sells 2.5 cr treasury stocks for Rs 2,675 cr; shares plunge

Reliance Industries on Monday said it
has raised Rs 2,675 crore through sale of 2.58 crore treasury
stocks of the company in the open market.

Treasury to meet with mortgage servicers today

The Treasury Department is expected to meet with lenders on Monday to press them to do more to rework troubled home mortgage loans, a source familiar with the Treasury`s thinking said.

Treasury said to be unprepared on AIG bonus plans

The pitched drama over bonuses for bailed-out executives will be revived on Capitol Hill Wednesday as a government watchdog explains how some executives nearly brought down the financial system — then pocketed millions.

Treasury to say 3 more funds to buy toxic assets

The US Treasury Department will announce on Monday that three more funds have met requirements to get government financing that will let them begin purchases of banks` so-called toxic assets.