Friday, Feb 22 2019 | Time 14:40 Hrs(IST)
  • Centre gives Assam Rifles power to arrest without warrant in 5 NE states
  • First ODI : England women bowl out India for 202 in first innings
  • First ODI : England women bowl out India for 202 in first innings
  • Five Jawans missing in avalanche, search operation resumes in Kinnaur
  • 'Good beginning is half the battle' - says PM on a day UNSC condemns Pak on terror
  • Swine flu: MP CM’s call to public
  • Cong targets Modi, 'what was PM doing from 3 10- 5 10 pm the day of Pulwama attack?'
  • Modi prime-time minister, photoshoot was on even 3 hours after Pulwama: Rahul
  • AAP Govt committed to provide curative healthcare services to citizens of Delhi: LG
  • Deoband: ATS arrests 2 suspects associated with JeM
  • Rajini's meeting with Vijayakanth set political tongues wagging
  • One more dies in fire mishap, toll rises to 7
  • Chandrababu Naidu skips Prez function organised by Venkaiah family Trust
  • Projects worth Rs 5,894 cr inaugurated at Chandi Ghat in Haridwar
  • Walk-out in Assam Assembly over arrest, search powers to Assam Rifles
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Bombay stock exchange opens higher by 57 pts

Bombay stock exchange opens higher by 57 pts

Mumbai, June 15 (UNI) Benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) opened higher by 57 points at 35,656.26 on renewed buying in Materials, Energy, Finance and IT stocks this Friday.

Whereas, Nifty of National Stocks Exchange (NSE) opened on a flat note at 10,808.65 and sensex registered intra day high and low at 35,666.07 and 35,522.63 points respectively.

The Nifty registered intra day high and low at 10,831.35 and 10,788.90 respectively whereas, sectoral indices like Materials, Energy, Finance and IT stocks pushed the market up in early trade.

The gainers who boomed were Dr Reddy's Lab by 3.88 pc to Rs 2356.50, Sun Pharma by 2.42 pc to Rs 573.20,

Infosys by 1.56 pc to Rs 1258 and Reliance Industries by 1.16 pc to Rs 1019.20 and losers were NTPC by 1.74 pc to Rs 155.60, Powergrid by 1.36pc to Rs 196.30, Bharti Airtel by 0.81 pc to Rs 373.10 and SBIN by 0.76 pc to Rs 280.55.


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22 Feb 2019 | 2:36 PM

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Top IT firms employ K-DISC’s ABCD graduates

22 Feb 2019 | 2:08 PM

Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 22 (UNI) In a major boost to career prospects of graduates who have completed the Accelerated Blockchain Competency Development (ABCD) programme conducted by Kerala State Development and Innovation Strategic Council (K-DISC), a string of top IT companies like IBS Software Services, SunTech, UST Global and Ernst & Young have come forward for providing employment.

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Russian Helicopter Ka-226T will be assembled at proposed HAL copter facility in Tumkur

22 Feb 2019 | 1:30 PM

Bengaluru, Feb 22 (UNI) The helicopter facility of the Defence PSU, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) coming up at Tumakuru in Karnataka will house the final assembly and servicing of the Russian-made Kamov-226T Light Utility Helicopter, for which a joint-agreement was registered recently.

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Poeir Jets Develops India’s First Heavy-lift Hybrid Drones

22 Feb 2019 | 1:28 PM

Bengaluru, Feb 22 (UNI) After successful launch of the country’s first Microjet Engine series, Poeir Jets, promoted by M/s Poeir Jets Pvt Ltd, an R&D subsidiary of Intech DMLS, is India’s first private firm that developed Jet Engines, has moved to develop India’s first Heavy lift Hybrid drones and it was launched in the ongoing Aero India 2019 with an aim to establish itself as industry leaders in providing propulsion solutions to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS).

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Major currencies up

Major currencies up

22 Feb 2019 | 12:20 PM

Mumbai, Feb 22 (UNI) Following were the indicative currency rates and travellers' cheques buying and selling rates per unit.

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