Friday, Nov 16 2018 | Time 21:11 Hrs(IST)
  • Delhi cop commits suicide, shoots self with service pistol
  • Gadkari calls upon experts to promote use of indigenous building material, precast technology in highways sector
  • Bomb blasts at Assembly gate, three injured
  • Cong condoles death of UNI Chairman (Emeritus) P K Maheshwari
  • Reports of approval of maternity leave incentive scheme incorrect: WCD Ministry
  • S N Raju takes charge as Incharge president of East Godavari district congress
  • US-Led Coalition Confirms Strikes in Eastern Syria, Says No Civilians Dead:Spokesman
  • Russian Envoy to US Says He Hopes to Meet With New US Lawmakers for Talks on Mending Ties
  • Israel to hold early elections: reports
  • SC to see appointment of Zulfi Bukhari as PM special assistant
  • SIT questions Badal on Sarilege, firing incident in 2015
  • Governor intervention:Kashmir house gets power for 1st time
  • Govt committed to women's empowerment: UP CM
  • UN sees ‘rare’ victory for humanitarian diplomacy in Syria
  • President Kovind to visit Vietnam, Australia from Nov 18 to 24
Business Economy

Chennai Oil Market Rates

07 Nov 2018 | 4:03 PM

Chennai, Nov 7 (UNI) Following are the rates in the
Chennai Oil Market here today.

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Kolhapur Gur and Sugar markets closed on account of Laxmi puja

07 Nov 2018 | 3:37 PM

Kolhapur, Nov 7 (UNI) Gur and sugar markets in Kolhapur and turmeric futures market in Sangli were officially closed on Wednesday on account of 'Laxmi-Kuber Pujan'.

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Canara Bank wins 'Vigilence Excellence Award-2018-Outstanding'

07 Nov 2018 | 12:32 PM

Bengaluru, Nov 7 (UNI) Public lender Canara Bank has won 'Vigilance Excellence Award-2018-Outstanding'
under –‘Timely Completion of Disciplinary Proceedings’ category instituted by Central Vigilance Commission.

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FAO warns of impact of price and currency trends on smallholder incomes

FAO warns of impact of price and currency trends on smallholder incomes

07 Nov 2018 | 9:52 AM

New Delhi/Rome, Nov 7 (UNI) Declining international agricultural commodity prices should ease the bill the world's poorest countries pay for food imports, although the strengthening US dollar poses "serious concerns", a new United Nations report says.

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07 Nov 2018 | 9:06 AM

Whether some farmers will be driven out of business because of declines in Chinese imports and lack of compensating demand from elsewhere remains a big question mark.

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