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Crude shock: Deeper crisis in Yemen could mean your loan rates won't fall as expected

Mar 27, 2015

Crude shock: Deeper crisis in Yemen could mean your loan rates won't fall as expected

India being heavily dependent nation on imported fuel, any major external shocks can significantly upset the inflation projections and rate stance of the central bank #RBI #Interest rate #Repo rate #Yemen #public sector banks #corporate earnings #NPAs #Saudi Arabia #crude oil price #capex cycle
High hopes as African minnows take on Tour de France elite

Mar 06, 2015

High hopes as African minnows take on Tour de France elite

Qhubeka's ambitions are modest in their maiden Tour de France but team manager Douglas Ryder predicts the African outfit will be on the podium of the world's most famous cycling race within five years. #Cycling #Tour de France #Africa #SportsTracker #cyclists #African riders #cycling race
Private sector to cut capex by 4%, govt will have to create a war chest to revive economy

Feb 25, 2015

Private sector to cut capex by 4%, govt will have to create a war chest to revive economy

The ability of the government to kick-start investments through fiscal measures, especially given the additional elbow room afforded by falling crude prices, is crucial #SBI #CRISIL #capex #investment cycle #Public Spending
So Lance Armstrong crashed his car... and girlfriend took the blame, say reports

Feb 04, 2015

So Lance Armstrong crashed his car... and girlfriend took the blame, say reports

The 43-year-old's girlfriend, Anna Hansen, 33, initially told police yesterday she was behind the wheel of Armstrong's car following the incident in December in Aspen, Colorado. #Sports #Cycling #Tour de France #Lance Armstrong #SportsTracker #Anna Hansen
Armstrong victim of a 'witch hunt', says former Cycling Union pres McQuaid

Jan 28, 2015

Armstrong victim of a 'witch hunt', says former Cycling Union pres McQuaid

Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France victories and banned for life from racing in 2012 by USADA after it accused him in a report of engineering one of the most sophisticated doping schemes in sports. #Sports #Cycling #Tour de France #Lance Armstrong #SportsTracker #USADA #Pat McQuaid #cancer survivor
Economic revival: RBI rate cut no magic wand as banks stare at rising stress

Jan 22, 2015

Economic revival: RBI rate cut no magic wand as banks stare at rising stress

It remains to be seen to what extent the government will fulfil the capital requirements of state-run banks or lay down a roadmap for this #Inflation #RBI #Interest rates #Economic growth #Rate cut #revival #investment cycle
Rockstar Rajan's first rate cut: Decoding the surprise element

Jan 15, 2015

Rockstar Rajan's first rate cut: Decoding the surprise element

Rajan has been under pressure both from the government and industries to go for an early rate cut #Inflation #RBI #Interest rates #ConnectTheDots #Growth #Rate cut #revival #investment cycle #Policy rate #borrowing cost
Bhel gets Rs 1,202 cr power project order in Karnataka, Bangalore to benefit

Jan 15, 2015

Bhel gets Rs 1,202 cr power project order in Karnataka, Bangalore to benefit

The proposed plant will replace the old diesel generator-based power capacity and improve the power supply in Karnataka and specifically Bengaluru city. #BHEL #CompanyWatch #Combined Cycle Power Plant #Karanataka Power Corporation
Indian cyclists Amarjit, Amrit disappoint in sprint at Asian Games

Sep 22, 2014

Indian cyclists Amarjit, Amrit disappoint in sprint at Asian Games

Amarjit and Amrit clocked an average speed of 65.952km and 64.917km per hour respectively but their timings of 10.917 secs and 11.091 secs pushed them far behind the top finishers. #Cycling #Amrit Singh #Incheon #Asian Games 2014 #India at Asian Games 2014 #Amarjit Singh Nagi