In the late afternoon session, the scrip was being traded at 20.61 pounds, down by 5.50 per cent on the LSE. Vedanta opened on a positive note, but soon swung into the red.
In the past two days, the scrip recorded a gain of over 9 per cent on the BSE, making its investors richer by a whopping Rs 15,000 crore.
TT Ram Mohan has rightly suggested that the tax-GDP ratio measures structural improvement. The FM must rethink his medium-term debtto-GDP target.
Financial inclusion and financial literacy will be the paramount objective while implementing reforms along with UID project to protect the interests of poor.
This refers to your edit ‘A welcome quest’ (ET, Oct 8). It is imperative to have a strong database.
Apropos of ‘The climate conundrum’ (ET, Oct 9), Mukul Sanwal rightly suggests that developing countries should lead in setting the agenda for global technological cooperation.
The team behind The Artist will have spent the first day of the rest of their lives conforming to the grandest, and most lucrative, of Hollywood traditions.
It's the World Book fair, which comes around once every two years sprawling across the giant halls of Pragati Maidan. This is the fair's 20th edition.
An elephant figurine gifted by the then HM LK Advani to US Secretary of State Colin Powell in 2002, has made its way to the State Department hall.
Statistical models used by IMD will still be used for monsoon forecast, but the ministry of earth sciences is putting more emphasis on dynamic models.
Newly discovered documents have revealed the first telegraph messages and joy when England was linked for the first time with India on 23 June, 1870.
Hundreds of worried fans of ailing Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan today performed a yagna here to pray for his speedy recovery.
"The fact that we are the world’s largest democracy and we are all aware that power and a role in global affairs for a nation comes from economic strength."
Ambassador Joao Cravinho, head of the EU delegation, led Ambassadors of various European countries to a quiet lunch with Modi at the capital last year.
"It is the collective wisdom of the marketplace that there is action and we will move with speed. That improves the confidence level of industry."
Directives from the Centre have to be executed at the state level. So, there are many things that are not in Modi’s hands, says Raamdeo Agrawal.
"Now there is a stage three and stage four of digitisation, we will take a call on this only after taking all things into account."
"There is a leadership vacuum in the company, because they made the wrong choice of CEO three years ago and that is playing out right now."
ET Now spoke to various experts and here's what they have to recommend for today's trading session.