Naxals raid weekly market in Dantewada district

Armed Naxals today raided a weekly
market in a village in Chhattisgarh`s Dantewada district and
injured two security persons in the process, police said.

Soon, GM salmons may hit market

US scientists have succeeded in genetically engineering a salmon fish which can reach market size.

Oz brushes aside declining trend in overseas students market

Australia has brushed aside
predictions of declining trends in overseas student markets,
saying the enrolments have gone up despite adverse conditions.

2 killed, 5 hurt in Russian market shooting

At least six unidentified gunmen opened fire on security guards at a provincial food market in the southern Russian city of Samara on Saturday.

Gunmen rob gold shops in Iraqi capital, kill 15

Masked assailants armed with rocket-propelled grenades and machine guns shot up a jewelry market in Baghdad.

Explosions inside a Somali mosque kill at least 30

Two bombs exploded inside a small mosque in Mogadishu`s main market on Saturday, killing at least 30 people in the first Iraq-style bombing inside a house of worship in Somalia, officials said.

Delhi scrap market radiation free: Government

Declaring the radiation-hit west
Delhi locality as safe, Government said nuclear experts
were now examining the sources of radiation to determine the
origin of the scrap.

Sensex down 423 pts, Nifty slips below 5,100 level

The benchmark Sensex plunged 423
points to hit a one-month low on Thursday as funds resorted to heavy
selling in blue-chip stocks led by capital goods, power and

Currency futures volume exceeds cash equity mkt by 48%

The turnover of the 15-month old
currency futures market in the country on Tuesday exceeded the cash
equity segment by over a whopping 48 per cent to Rs 34,453

Chinese electric car to enter US market by year-end

China`s BYD Auto Co have released an electric car it is to launch in the United States in 2010 as the first Chinese maker to enter the U S electric car market.

Five of Top-10 firms lose Rs 25k cr in M-cap

After a promising start during the first week of the year, five of the country`s top 10 companies saw an erosion of nearly Rs 25,000 crore from their market cap, while PSU oil firm ONGC added over Rs 8,000 crore to its kitty.

Kodak is No 1 in sub-Rs 10,000 digicam market in India

Kodak, a market leader in retail printing, kiosks, films and motion picture films, has become the number one company in sub-Rs 10,000 digital camera category in India followed by Samsung, according to an IDC report.

Automakers end dreadful year; hopes for recovery in 2010

Automakers in the U.S. ended their worst year in almost three decades with hints of a recovery in December.

US market slips after six days gain in low volume trade

US stocks edged lower in a low-volume session on Tuesday, breaking a six-day string of gains as investors found little reason to push stocks higher as the year`s end approached.

Kota bridge collapse: Gammon slumps over 6%

The shares of the engineering and construction major Gammon India closed with an over six per cent decline on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

Nifty ends highs by 10 pts, retreats from 5200 mark

Paring its intra-day gains, the National Stock Exchange benchmark Nifty ended marginally higher by 9.55 points, amid hectic profit booking towards the fag-end of the of the day.

Emerging markets including India to lead global recovery

Emerging market economies, including India are likely to give the much needed support to the ongoing recovery process as employment and domestic consumption in these countries have picked up momentum rendering sustainability.

Top-10 cos add Rs 70k cr in m-cap; RIL gains most

A strong market rally triggered by the government`s encouraging economic growth forecast helped the country`s top ten companies add over Rs 70,000 crore in the past week.

Brokers oppose change in trading timings

Brokers at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and National Stock Exchange (NSE) Thursday demanded that the two apex exchanges reconsider advancing the daily trading sessions to 9 am from January 4.

Sensex slips to six-week-low on selling pressure

Heavy profit-booking by foreign funds continued to dog Dalal Street for the second week in row with the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark index Sensex touching a six-week low by falling 119 points Monday.