The benchmark index of Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) on Friday bounced back by 257.21 points at 35,689.60 on fresh buying in Finance, Bankex, Telecom and Health Care stocks. The Nifty of National
Reliance Energy on Friday evening announced that it will resume full power supply to the residents of a Mumbai colony after the intervention of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis.
Actor Mohit Malik says if he had not been an actor, he would have definitely explored a career in cricket.
Advocate General of Maharashtra, Ashutosh Kumbhakoni, has been given the status of the minister of state (MoS) by the state government here. In a Government Resolution (GR) issued on Thursday, the go
The Rupee on Friday advanced by 15 paise to 67.83 against the US Dollar, on selling of US Dollars by bankers and importers, dealers at the Forex Market said. It registered day high and low at 67.87
The city police on Friday detained a person for his alleged involvement in robbery and murder of an elderly couple in a three-bedroom apartment in western suburb of Khar. The couple -- Nanak Gopaldas
A large number of commuters travelling on board the Churchgate-bound AC suburban train pulled the chain and brought the local to a halt at Andheri station on the Western Railway on Friday after findin
Idea Cellular has announced exciting new offers for football fans in India. "Idea Nirvana postpaid customers will now get 100% cashback along with the perks of watching live football matches on the
The BSE Sensex recovered on Friday by 257.21 points to end positive at 35,689.60 on fresh buying in Finance, Bankex, Telecom and Utilities stocks despite weak global cues. The Nifty of National Stock
Following were the indicative currency rates and travellers' cheques buying and selling rates per unit on Friday. CURRENCY NAME BUY SALE UAE DIRHAM
Sun Pharma on Friday rallied by 3.91 pc to Rs 576.30 to be the top gainers in the 30-share Sensex pack at the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Other gainers were M & M by 2.87 pc to Rs 909, HDFC by 2.
Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar has lashed out at the ICC rule of using two new balls in ODIs, terming the idea as "a perfect recipe for disaster."