ISIS wants to `trigger war in India' report
An ISIS recruitment document found in Pakistan's lawless tribal lands reveals its plans of raising a new terrorist army in Afghanistan and Pakistan, to trigger a war in India
SC shows no mercy on Yakub Memon, President the lone hope
A three-judge Supreme Court bench today dismissed the 1993 Mumbai serial blast convict Yakub Abdul Razak Memon's plea to stop his execution scheduled for tomorrow
RBS to sell $2.2-bn stake in US bank Citizens
RBS acquired Rhode Island-based Citizens in 1988 aiming to create a foothold in the US market
GM to invest $1 bn in India, launch 10 all-new vehicle models
GM chief executive officer Mary Barra said at a briefing in New Delhi that the investment in India was expected to create 12,000 jobs at the company and its suppliers in India
Qatar Airways says in talks for IndiGo stake
Privately-held IndiGo is forecast to have made a record profit of between $150 million and $175 million in the year ended March 2015, making it India's most profitable carrier
Volkswagen overtakes Toyota as the world's biggest automaker
German auto giant Volkswagen has overtaken Japanese giant Toyota as the world's biggest carmaker in the first half of 2015, fulfilling its long-desired goal of acquiring the top spot
Sebi cancels Sahara's mutual fund licence
Sebi has ordered transfer of Sahara's fund management operations to another fund house after six months from the date of the order
PNB weighing takeover of steelmakers to recover bad loans: report
PNB is awaiting government nod to take control of some of these steel companies and sell them to recover its loans
Union Budget: 2015-16
Economic Survey : 2014-15

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  A Yale economist's take on the Greek debt crisis
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  Decision engineering helps make better choices
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