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    Taj Mahal Vacated After Hoax Bomb Call

    The Taj Mahal complex in Agra was vacated on Thursday morning following a hoax bomb call, officials said. They said an unidentified person called the 112 emergency response number of the Uttar Pradesh police at around 9 am and claimed that a bomb was kept inside the monument that is conserved by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) and protected by armed personnel of the Central Industrial Security...

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    TCS Introduces Solutions For COVID-19 Testing, Vaccine Management

    India''s largest IT services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Thursday announced the launch of a suite of COVID-19 testing and vaccine management solutions that streamlines stages of the end-to-end testing and vaccination journeys. TCS, in a statement, said the suite of modular, easy-to-deploy solutions streamlines every stage of the end-to-end testing and...

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    Lufthansa Reports Smaller Than Expected Net Loss In Fourth-Quarter

    Deutsche Lufthansa on Thursday posted a smaller-than-expected net loss in the fourth quarter and forecast an operating loss in 2021 below last year's level. The German carrier said its net loss came at 1.14 billion euros ($1.37 billion), above the company's analyst consensus for a loss off 1.24 billion euros in the October-to-December period. Fourth quarter adjusted...

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    Delhi CM administered COVID-19 vaccine at LNJP hospital

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his parents received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the government-run Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan hospital here on Thursday. The Covishield vaccine was first administered to Kejriwal's parents, Govind Ram Kejriwal and Gita Devi, and then to the chief minister. "My parents and I got vaccinated today. All of us are feeling fine....

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    Coal India's Second Interim Dividend Likely To Be Rs 4-5 Per Share

    State-owned Coal India''s second interim dividend could be in the range of Rs 4-5 per share as it is working to match the previous year''s total dividend amid an outstanding of Rs 25,000 crore, coupled with sluggish demand, sources said on Thursday. The miner had announced Rs 7.5 per share as the first interim dividend in November. The board of Coal India is...

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    Petrol Price Can Come Down To Rs 75 If Brought Under GST, But There Is Lack Of Political Will: SBI Economists

    Petrol price can go down to Rs 75 a litre across the country if brought under the ambit of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), but there is a lack of political will, which is keeping Indian oil product prices at one of the highest in the world, economists at SBI said on Thursday. Diesel will come at Rs 68 a litre and the revenue loss for...

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    Sensex, Nifty Slide On Weakness In Metal, Financial Stocks

    Indian shares slid on Thursday and were set to snap a three-session rally, dragged down by losses in high-flying metal and bank stocks, as rising U.S. bond yields sapped investor appetite for equities globally. The NSE Nifty 50 index fell 1.02% to 15,089.45 by 0505 GMT, while the S&P BSE Sensex dipped 1.13% to 50,856.24. The move was in line with broader weakness in Asian shares,...

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    Sensex crashes 700 points on weak global cues and profit booking on Thursday

    Profit booking took over the market and pushed the indices to open lower on Thursday, March 4. Weak global cues also dragged the markets downwards. Trends on SGX Nifty also indicated a gap-down opening for the Indian markets.Sensex opened lower by 712 points at 50,731.81 and Nifty-50 slipped 213 points, or 1.40 per cent at 15,031.80. At the opening, 971 shares declined,...

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    German Watchdog Puts Greensill Bank On Hold Due To Risk Concerns

    Germany's financial watchdog warned of "an imminent risk" that Greensill Bank would become over-indebted on Wednesday as it imposed a moratorium on the lender making disposals or payments. BaFin's move is another blow to the bank's owner, Greensill Capital, which said on Tuesday it is in talks to sell large parts of its business after the loss of backing...

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    Global Bond Rout Puts BOJ's Yield Curve Control In Spotlight

    The Bank of Japan's success in controlling the shape of the bond market's yield curve could tempt other central banks to consider deploying similar tactics as they grapple with a rise in borrowing costs that could cripple their economies. The Japanese central bank has kept bond yields largely pinned inside a narrow range around 0%, since it adopted its yield curve control...

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