Markets

Slide in earnings, rupee value slows equity market growth (Weekly Review)

By Rohit Vaid Mumbai, May 16 (IANS) — The slowdown in inflation and hastening of government’s efforts to pass... (more...)

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Indian retail market to touch $2.1 trillion by 2025: Study

New Delhi, May 15 (IANS) — Increasing affluence, changing lifestyle and attitude towards spending by young Indians... (more...)

Following years of lacklustre returns, emerging-market stock funds are jumping once again

By Stan Choe THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK — Emerging-market stock funds are making big moves again, and this time... (more...)

Weak data cools China stocks, other world markets gain as bond jitters fade

By Joe McDonald THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BEIJING — Chinese stocks sank Wednesday after weak April retail spending but other... (more...)

Asian stock markets advance after Wall Street declines on bond market volatility

By Joe McDonald THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BEIJING — Asian stock markets were mostly higher Wednesday, overcoming initial... (more...)

China to be Apple’s largest market in two years: CEO

Beijing, May 12 (IANS/EFE) — Apple CEO Tim Cook has in an interview with news portal QQ.com predicted that China will... (more...)

India’s luxury goods market needs 1.8 mn trained hands: Expert

By Biswajit Choudhury Gurgaon, May 12 (IANS) — Take a stroll in an upmarket mall or fashion street in India and you’ll... (more...)

Bajaj Auto looking at 23 percent market share

Kolkata, May 11 (IANS) — Two-wheeler major Bajaj Auto said on Monday it is looking at increasing its market share in... (more...)

Bajaj Auto looking at 23 percent market share

Kolkata, May 11 (IANS) — Two-wheeler major Bajaj Auto said on Monday it is looking at increasing its market share in... (more...)

Volatility expected, as bills, data, tax to weigh on sentiments: Experts (Market Outlook)

By Rohit Vaid Mumbai, May 10 (IANS) — After suffering significant losses in the previous week, the Indian equities’... (more...)

Ahead of US jobs report, global stocks rise, particularly in UK after election result

By Elaine Kurtenbach THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO — British shares and the pound jumped higher on Friday, leading gains... (more...)

Shares gain as China data boost stimulus hopes; pound jumps on UK election results

By Elaine Kurtenbach THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO — European shares rose Friday and the pound jumped as British election... (more...)

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Apart from the overwhelming cold, Sucha Singh Bagri has fond memories of his first few days in B.C.

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Food blogger’s delicious global recipes influenced in part by her Indian heritage

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Sexual abuse allegations against Bollywood choreographer Shiamak Davar

Two lawsuits have been filed against the famous Bollywood choreographer Shiamak Davar in British Columbia, Canada. Two former students and employees of Shiamak Davar allege…
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B.C.’s South Asian pioneers kept aside their differences to gain the right to vote

SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI “The government took our vote away in 1907. We got the Dominion vote in 1946 but you couldn’t vote in the…
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SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI Mayo Singh was born in 1888 in a Punjab village called Paldi, a name that would ultimately bring him a measure…
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Gurdev David Singh Aulak’s father came to Canada nine years before the Komagata Maru

SPECIAL TO VANCOUVER DESI Gurdev David Singh Aulak was born in Vancouver in 1935, at a time when sawdust was used to heat homes and…
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“It pays to be neighbourly,” says son of one of the first Sikhs to arrive in Canada

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LAURA DONNELLY THE DAILY TELEGRAPH The strength of your handshake could indicate the chance of a futureheart attack, a major study suggests. Researchers found that…
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U.S. lawsuit puts generic drug imports from India under scanner

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CINDY E. HARNETT TIMES COLONIST Five-year-old Hannah Day, who was thriving after beating two types of cancer more than a year ago, is flying to…
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