Monthly Archives: January 2019

Sensex rallies 665 points on budget hopes, global cues

IL&FS puts Tamil Nadu power plant on the block

SBI risks customer information, holds text messages in unsecured server

TechCrunch said the information was available to anyone who knew where to look. The server held two months of data from SBI Quick — a service that allows customers to pull basic account information by sending an SMS or through a missed call.

Revised GDP data shows year of demonetisation was best for Narendra Modi government

The numbers for 2016-17 surprised economists as there was widespread belief that demonetisation slowed down the economy. With quarterly estimates for the year unavailable, analysts were unable to get a fix on the numbers.

Big sports events today

Here are the big sports events lined up for Friday (February 1) that comprise the Davis Cup qualifier between India and Italy while Japan will take on Qatar in AFC Asian Cup final.

Sri Lanka sends bone fragments from mass grave for US analysis

The fragments were sent with a forensic expert to a Miami-based laboratory this week to determine when those buried had died, a senior official from the office on missing persons (OMP) said.

ISL: Delhi Dynamos beat Kerala Blasters 2-0

Delhi Dynamos beat Kerala Blasters 2-0 in a match between Indian Super League laggard teams at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Thursday.

Haryana Hammers beat Punjab Royals to win PWL-4 title

It was fourth time lucky for Haryana Hammers as they beat Punjab Royals 6-3 in the summit clash to win the Pro Wrestling League (PWL) season 4 title on Thursday.

Fatima on link-up rumours with Aamir

Fatima Sana Shaikh, who made her debut with Aamir Khan in ‘Dangal’ and acted again with him in ‘Thugs of Hindostan’, has mostly maintained a silence on the link-up rumours pertaining to her and Aamir. But the actress recently opened up about how all of it affected her on some days and how she’s learned to ignore it.

Clash between domestic season and ‘A’ tours inevitable: Dravid

India A coach Rahul Dravid was impressed with the way the Indians fought back from tricky situations, like in the chases in the first and the fourth games.