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Post-Brexit security deal must transcend ideology, May tells EU

Feb 17 2018

Britain and the EU should sign a new security treaty and must not let ideological differences block co-operation in that sector after Brexit.

Britain's PM May says no question of a second Brexit referendum

Feb 17 2018

Theresa May ruled out a second vote on the country’s membership of the European Union, saying there was no going back on the result of the June 2016 vote.

Britain's May calls for security treaty with EU by end 2019

Feb 17 2018

May called for a new security treaty with the EU that should be up and running next year to ensure military, intelligence and counter-terrorism cooperation.

Security must transcend ideology, May to tell European Union

Feb 17 2018

Britain and EU must not let ideological differences block co-operation over security matters after Brexit,May will tell EU in Munich, her office said.

'Homeownership among young Britons plunges compared with 20 year

Feb 16 2018

Only 27% of Britons aged between 25 and 34 with incomes in the middle bracket for their age owned a home in 2015/16, down from 65% in 1995/96, IFS said.

Partial UK-EU customs union could solve Brexit impasse: Employers

Feb 16 2018

IoD said its plan would solve one of the impasses hanging over the Brexit talks with just over a year to go before Britain’s departure from the EU.

UK PM May heads to Berlin to face tough German line on Brexit

Feb 16 2018

May travels to Berlin to meet German leader Angela Merkel, hoping to overcome near-deadlock in her attempts to negotiate a Brexit deal with the EU.

EU's Juncker tells Britain he doesn't want 'European super-state'

Feb 14 2018

Jean-Claude Juncker said he was not pushing for a “European super-state” in a rebuff to Brexit supporter who criticise him for seeking closer integration within the bloc.

Brexit gives 'grounds for hope', says UK's Johnson

Feb 14 2018

Foreign minister Boris Johnson will appeal on Wednesday to those who he says are seeking to reverse the result of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union.

'Britain will stop 'horrific behavior' by some charity staff'

Feb 12 2018

Britain’s govt needs to do more to make charities strengthen safeguarding procedures to ensure the “horrific behavior” of some members of Oxfam is not repeated.

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US dollar ends higher against rupee

Mumbai: The US dollar ended sharply higher against the rupee at 64.21/22 per dollar and the pound sterling also finished higher at Rs 90.34/36 per pound at the close of the Interbank Foreign Exchange (forex) market here today.

Following are the Interbank forex and RBI rates: (In Rs per unit) Unit   Interbank   RBI Reference US Dollar  64.21/22  US Dollar  Rs 63.9097 Pound Sterling  90.34/36  Euro       Rs 80.1683 Euro   80.18/20 Japanese Yen (100) 60.50/52



Approves Allotment Of 24.9 Mn Shares On Preferential Basis To 8 Investors

Approves Allotment Of 24.9 Mn Shares At Rs 1,726.05/Share


To invest in Zoomcar India, Zoomcar Inc, U.S.

To invest Rs 176 cr in Zoomcar India

Initial investment in Zoomcar India likely to be completed by Feb 20

Additional investment in Zoomcar India expected to be completed by Aug 31

Co’s stake to increase to 16%


RBI inspection had found diversion of funds within group firms

Funds to the tune of Rs 525 cr given to intermediary borrowing cos

Religare Finvest increased corporate loan book against RBI’s directions

RBI has asked for clarity on rollover of fixed deposits with a bank

Findings suggested continued weakness of internal controls

Economic Times Reports


SC Allows Sale Of Fortis Health Shares Pledged With Lenders

SC allows Axis Bank, Yes Bank to sell, transfer pledged share of Fortis

Earlier, SC had restrained financial institutions from selling pledged shares

Business Standard Reports


Granted European GMP certification from Hungarian regulators for Mfg plant at Goa

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