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System to track funds for digital currencies like bitcoin to launch soon
News & Analysis

System to track funds for digital currencies like bitcoin to launch soon

A London-based start-up said on Wednesday it would launch the first fund to track an index of digital currencies such as bitcoin in the coming weeks.

Indian cos raise Rs 9,000 cr via pref share allotment in Apr-May
Business

Indian cos raise Rs 9,000 cr via pref share allotment in Apr-May

This is much lower than Rs 15,892 crore mobilised in the same period of 2015-16

$11.7 million worth Facebook funds frozen by Brazil prosecutor in WhatsApp case
News & Analysis

$11.7 million worth Facebook funds frozen by Brazil prosecutor in WhatsApp case

The public federal prosecutor in the Brazilian state of Amazonas said on Wednesday the court there froze $11.7 million of funds held in Facebook Inc's account for failing to comply with a court order to supply data on users of the company's WhatsApp messaging service who are under criminal investigation.

Is cash-strapped Andhra Pradesh eyeing Tirumala’s surplus funds?
Politics

Is cash-strapped Andhra Pradesh eyeing Tirumala’s surplus funds?

TDP leaders though argue that there is nothing wrong in using TTD funds for public welfare activities like developing urban and rural infrastructure for education, healthcare and toilets.

Fund raising via corporate bonds in Apr-Jun falls 5% to Rs 1.34 lakh cr
Business

Fund raising via corporate bonds in Apr-Jun falls 5% to Rs 1.34 lakh cr

In terms of numbers, 893 issuances were made in April-June quarter of this fiscal, as compared to 912 in the same period of 2015-16

Facebook funds over WhatsApp dispute blocked by Brazil court
News & Analysis

Facebook funds over WhatsApp dispute blocked by Brazil court

A court in Brazil on Thursday blocked 19.5 million reais ($6.07 million) in Facebook Inc funds after the U.S-based social networking company's WhatsApp messaging service failed to turn over messages sought in a drugs case, the G1 news service said.

Pakistani nationals surpass Indians in keeping more funds in Swiss banks last year
Business

Pakistani nationals surpass Indians in keeping more funds in Swiss banks last year

Total funds linked to Pakistan in Swiss banks stood at CHF 1,513 million at the end of 2015, up nearly 16 percent from CHF 1,301 billion a year ago

BCCI suspends arrested GCA officials, issues show cause notice
First Cricket News

BCCI suspends arrested GCA officials, issues show cause notice

The BCCI today suspended and issued show cause notices to the top Goa Cricket Association officials, who were arrested for alleged misappropriation of organisation funds, and initiated a probe of its own against them.

Softbank, top Alibaba shareholder plans to sell $7.9 billion in stock
News & Analysis

Softbank, top Alibaba shareholder plans to sell $7.9 billion in stock

Japanese telecommunications firm Softbank Group Corp said on Tuesday it will sell at least $7.9 billion of shares in Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba Group Holding Ltd in order to raise funds to reduce its debt.

Govt releases Rs 9,367 cr under MGNREGA to drought-hit states
Business

Govt releases Rs 9,367 cr under MGNREGA to drought-hit states

The Centre has released Rs 9,367 crore to drought-hit states under MGNREGA in 2016-17, Parliament was informed today.

Rs 842 crore approved for Karnataka, Puducherry, Arunachal Pradesh as relief funds
India

Rs 842 crore approved for Karnataka, Puducherry, Arunachal Pradesh as relief funds

Centre on Friday approved assistance of Rs 842.7 crore for Karnataka, Puducherry and Arunachal Pradesh, which have been affected by drought or floods

Nine short questions to ask yourself before venturing out
Startup

Nine short questions to ask yourself before venturing out

The top nine questions that would be of relevance to anyone looking to venture out on their own

Associate, Affiliate nations cry foul over ICC fund allocation to Afghanistan, Ireland
First Cricket News

Associate, Affiliate nations cry foul over ICC fund allocation to Afghanistan, Ireland

Anger is simmering among ICC's Affiliate and Associate nations over reduction of funding in the 'Big three' era, a report has claimed.

Cold wave intensifies, Uttar Pradesh releases relief funds
India

Cold wave intensifies, Uttar Pradesh releases relief funds

Uttar Pradesh continued to reel under an intense cold wave on Tuesday, with the night temperature dropping to three degrees Celsius in Kanpur - the lowest in 44 years - the Met office said.

Government restores funding for HIV-AIDS program
India

Government restores funding for HIV-AIDS program

India's federal government said it will restore funding to the country's HIV-AIDS program months after it cut its contribution and asked regional governments to fill in the gaps.

Govt blocks foreign funds for Greenpeace India, NGO says it won't be deterred
India

Govt blocks foreign funds for Greenpeace India, NGO says it won't be deterred

The decision would mean that Greenpeace will not be able to receive from abroad the funds, which are upto 30 per cent of its overall cost of its operations.

Sports Ministry to provide financial assistance to Bindra, Keshavan, Ashab
Sports

Sports Ministry to provide financial assistance to Bindra, Keshavan, Ashab

The sports ministry on Thursday decided to provide financial assistance to India's lone Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra along with shooter Mohd. Ashab and luge specialist Shiva Keshavan.

Investments on hold, PM's Modi's UAE trip is really about three things: oil, FDI and terrorism
World

Investments on hold, PM's Modi's UAE trip is really about three things: oil, FDI and terrorism

PM Modi’s just-begun two-day visit to the UAE should be looked at from this perspective. Seeking investments from the cash-rich country like the UAE, which Modi rightly described as a “mini India” with 2.6 million Indian expatriates accounting for 28 percent population of the UAE, has to be obviously very high on the Indian prime minister’s radar screen.

Big expansion, more jobs: Uber plans $1 bn push into India, eyes 1 mn daily rides
Business

Big expansion, more jobs: Uber plans $1 bn push into India, eyes 1 mn daily rides

The company plans to expand its service beyond the 18 cities in which it operates, the largest number in any country outside of the United States.