A disciplined all-round effort saw Afghanistan thrashing Bangladesh by 136 runs in their last group match of the Asia Cup here on Thursday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's proposed new economic partnership with the EU "will not work", the head of the European Council has said.
The US dollar slipped on improving risk appetite and expectation of possible early end of monetary tightening by US Federal Reserve.
US stocks traded on an upbeat note as investors were digesting a slew of economic data.
As many as 14 general managers have been appointed as executive directors in different public sector banks, according to an official order issued.
The External Affairs Ministry Thursday said it has not received any communication from the UAE government about the case related to AgustaWestland chopper deal middleman Christian Michel in a Dubai court.
India’s government is planning to ask state oil firms to lock in their crude futures purchase prices, a government source said on Thursday, anticipating a spike when U.S. sanctions on Iran snap back again in November.
State Bank of India hopes to resolve 7-8 stressed power assets with an exposure of around Rs 17,000 crore during the breather given by the Supreme Court till November 11, SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said Thursday that his government will continue to take tough decisions and expressed hope that the size of the Indian economy will double to USD 5 trillion in the next five-seven years.