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ICRA forms joint venture in Nepal

KOLKATA - Credit rating agency ICRA Monday signed a pact with Himalayan Infrastructure Fund Ltd of Nepal to set up a joint venture to replicate its rating businesses in that country, the company said.

Sensex crosses 17,000 points, Nifty breaches 5,000-mark (Fourth Lead)

MUMBAI - Buoyed by the positive weekend numbers on industrial output and cues from the government on its divestment plans, a key index of Indian equities markets Monday rose 163 points to close above the 17,000-mark.

Emirates to operate 12 flights from Kolkata

KOLKATA - Dubai-based Emirates Airline is all set to increase its weekly flights to 12 from the city from Dec 3, a company official said here Monday.

Protesters disrupt train services in Orissa

BHUBANESWAR - Thousands of protesters disrupted rail traffic Monday at Bhusandpur in Orissa’s Khurda district demanding stoppage of express trains at the town’s railway station, an official said.

Italian economy grows for first time in over a year

Rome, Nov 16 (IANS/AKI) Italy exited recession in the third quarter of the year when its gross domestic product rose 0.6 percent, according to a preliminary estimate released by the central statistics agency ISTAT. It was the first time the Italian economy grew in more than a year.

Sensex ruling firm, up 202 points (Third Lead)

MUMBAI - Buoyed by the positive weekend numbers on industrial output and cues from the government on its divestment plans, Indian equities continued to trade firm Monday afternoon, with a key index ruling 201.89 points above its previous close.

Reports: Startup of Iran’s Russian-built nuclear reactor delayed until next year

Reports: Iran’s Russian reactor startup delayed

Two years after, Smart City foundation stone gathers moss

KOCHI - Two years after the foundation stone for the Smart City IT park was laid here, the ambitious project is yet to see any progress, thanks to the unresolved issues between the government and the developer.

Actis launches ‘Crestron’ ultimate remote systems

MUMBAI - Actis Technologies, India’s leading and most trusted audio visual specialists, has launched its latest ‘Crestron touchpanel controller’ - the ultimate handheld remote system - the TPMC-3X.

Madhya Pradesh villagers being cautioned on climate change

BHOPAL - With the the global Copenhagen climate change summit just three weeks away, grassroots efforts are on to raise awareness among Madhya Pradesh tribals about the impact of climate change on rural livelihoods.

Ex-residents of Conn. city Pfizer is leaving say fight over waterfront land was unnecessary

Conn. residents: Pfizer land battle unnecessary

Census: Small US cities have better quality of life but economic picture is steadily worsening

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Ahmadinejad says impasse over nuke talks can only hurt West, embolden Iran’s nuclear program

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Michelin to invest Rs.4,000 cr near Chennai

CHENNAI - French tyre major Michelin has signed an agreement with the Tamil Nadu government to set up a manufacturing facility on an investment of Rs.4,000 crore spread over seven years.

Dakotas may see record sunflower yields despite late, wet harvest; boost supply for US, Canada

Dakotas might see record sunflower yields

BISMARCK, N.D. — Sunflower crops could set records in the nation’s top two producing states this year, helping to blunt a drop in nationwide production and ensure a healthy supply for processors in the United States and Canada.

Sensex 191 points up early afternoon (Second Lead)

MUMBAI - Buoyed by the positive weekend numbers on industrial output and cues from the government on its divestment plans, Indian equities continued to trade in the green Monday afternoon, with a key index ruling 191.24 points above its previous close.

Supply of some commodities still a problem: Cabinet secretary

NEW DELHI - Cabinet secretary K.M. Chandrasekhar Monday said supply constraints of some commodities still existed and the price situation would ease as soon as the supply improved.

President Obama politely prods for individual freedoms, unblocked Internet in message to China

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Japan’s economy grows unexpectedly strongly

TOKYO - Japan’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew unexpectedly strongly in the third quarter at an annualised rate of 4.8 percent, the government said Monday.

At town hall in China, President Obama presses for individual freedoms

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Sensex surges 194 points, regains 17k

MUMBAI - The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark index Sensex today crossed the 17,000 mark in early trade, tracking firm Asian markets.

Competition in agriculture to benefit people: Pranab

NEW DELHI - Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee Monday said competition in the agricultural sector would be a “litmus test” but would benefit people.

Carter helps launch campaign to build homes for 50,000 families in Mekong region

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