India Cements to transfer CSK to a wholly-owned subsidiary
India Cements to transfer CSK to a wholly-owned subsidiary

Embattled BCCI President N Srinivasan-led India Cements will transfer its IPL team CSK to a new subsidiary, Chennai Super Kings Cricket Ltd, close on the heels of the Supreme Court barring him from contesting any polls of the board till he gave up ownership of the IPL team.

Sensex scales 29000 in opening trade as markets hit record highs

Rising for the sixth day in a row, benchmark BSE Sensex on Thursday set a fresh life-time high of 29,000 points while the 50-share NSE Nifty opened at 8,745.

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BSE, Delhi's Tihar jail and Patiala jail on terrorists' radar

Central intelligence agencies have received information suggesting that the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) building and Stock Exchange in Mumbai, Delhi’s Tihar jail, the central jail in Patiala and the BSF regional headquarters in Jalandhar are on terrorists’ radar.

Maharashtra Assembly polls: Zee Media's exclusive coverage from BSE

Maharashtra Assembly polls: Zee Media's exclusive coverage from BSE

Big B promotes `Yudh` at BSE in Mumbai

Amitabh Bachchan was seen promoting his upcoming television series `Yudh` at the Bombay Stock Exchange in Mumbai recently. He registered the company Shanti Constructions Pvt. Ltd (owned by Mr Bachchan`s character in `Yudh`) on the BSE.

Amitabh Bachchan rings bell at Bombay Stock Exchange

Amitabh Bachchan Tuesday morning rang the bell at the Bombay Stock Exchange as part of the promotions of ‘Yudh’, a TV show which marks his debut in the fiction space on the small screen.

BSE Odisha prepares fresh mark sheets for HSC students

As part of a desperate damage control mechanism, the Board of Secondary Education, Odisha on Monday announced that fresh mark sheets of this year`s matriculates would be uploaded in its official website within seven days after rechecking and re-addition of the marks.

BJP accuses Chidambaram of taking economy to `complete mess`

BJP accuses Chidambaram of taking economy to `complete mess` as senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former finance minister Yashwant Sinha took a dig at outgoing FM P Chidambaram saying that the Bombay Stock Exchange`s sensitive index`s rise coincided with the announcement that the latter wasn`t contesting Lok Sabha polls 2014.

NLC workers go on strike against stake sale, defying HC orders

Output at Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) was hit after workers defied a Madras High Court order and went on an indefinite strike to protest the Centre`s decision to disinvest a five per cent stake in the Navaratna PSU.

CBSE to make available photocopies of papers of JEE candidates

Students who have scored lower than expected at the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) can now review their results with the CBSE deciding to make available photocopies of their answersheets for a fee.

BSE makes a mess of textbook printing

Students aiming to write Class X (Matriculation) examination under Odisha Board in 2014 are a worried lot as students are yet to get their hands on the textbooks for they are not available in the market.

NCP demands CBI probe into Nifty `flash crash`

A huge 900-point `flash crash` in stock benchmark NSE Nifty on Friday morning caused panic in market.

Govt steps in to bailout BSE in Matric exam mess

Odisha govt directed all DMs and SPs to extend requisite help to ensure that rescheduled matriculation examinations are held without any hiccups.

BSE, SEBI seek security staff from MSSC

An affidavit filed by PT Goud, Secretary (Home), stated
that a fresh recruitment drive for hiring 2,500 personnel for
the Corporation was on.

Endosulfan ban not to impact performance: Dhanuka Agritech

Agro-chemicals manufacturer Dhanuka
Agritech on Tuesday said the interim ban on endosulfan by the Supreme Court will not impact the company`s performance.

Sensex tanks 447 points

A benchmark index for Indian equities Tuesday closed 447 points lower on sell-off across the globe.

Sensex tanks 467 pts; closes at 16,408

Sensex on Wednesday tumbled over 467 points, the most in three-months.