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Banks squeeze India firms harder in $207 billion bad loan fight

Banks are asking for collateral that may amount to one-and-a-half times the value of the debt on new loans
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3 warming centers open in Detroit to help homeless

The warming centers will remain available through March 31, 2018        
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Venezuelans suffer as malaria outbreak spreads in drug-short nation

CIUDAD GUAYANA, Venezuela (Reuters) - On a recent morning in Venezuela's southern jungle state of Bolivar, Amanda Santamaria, her two sons, one daughter-in-law, and a granddaughter lined up in front of a shabby community health center in the hope of receiving treatment for malaria.
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Syndicate Bank, OBC shares jump

Select PSU bank stocks gained in Friday's trade as the government has put in place the legal provisions to disallow wilful defaulters and unscrupulous entities from bidding for stressed assets with P
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Rupee drops to 64.74 on dollar demand

The rupee dropped 16 paise to 64.74 against the US dollar as the American currency gained traction among importers. However, the US dollar was listless against the euro in the global market after ...
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Compare the Market calls off London float

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board agreed to buy 30 per cent of shares in the business, which is famous for its adverts with the colourful meerkat Aleksandr Orlov, valuing it at £2.25bn.
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Sports Direct to hold shareholder vote on Ashley's brother

Millionaire boss Mike Ashley's brother, John Ashley, is, according to a review by a law firm, owed £11million in backdated pay from Sports Direct for his role in the company's development.
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Fed Stumped on Inflation While Europe Plays It Cool

A global puzzle is proving increasingly hard to solve: growth is good but inflation is weirdly low. How policy makers on opposite sides of the Atlantic view this conundrum is starting to drive a wedge
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It's Not the Leverage, It's the Illiquidity That Will Hurt

Too much short-term debt backing long-term assets fueled the last credit bubble a decade ago. This time round, investors are hunting for yield in hard-to-trade, often private assets.
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Rio Tinto Isn't Tesla; It Should Hold Fire On a Lithium Bet

Lithium-battery and electric-vehicle plays are enjoying a futuristic ride into the stratosphere. Rio Tinto shouldn’t follow—at least not yet.
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Closing Bell: Sensex ends 91 pts higher; Nifty just short of 10,400; Infy up 2%

Infosys, Bajaj Auto, GAIL and Aurobindo Pharma were the top gainers, while BHEL, SBI, Hindalco and Vedanta were the top losers.
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Remit excess securities transaction tax to govt in 15 days: BSE to brokers

Additional commissioner of income tax has stated that instances had come to his notice where excess STT was collected and retained by brokers and sub-brokers and was not remitted to govt account
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Gold steady as Fed inflation concerns weigh on dollar

Gold prices remained stuck in a narrow range on Friday as the dollar remained under pressure after minutes of the US Federal Reserve's meeting revealed that some policymakers were concerned about low
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Latest Sport
A top boss at West Bromwich Albion hit out at a student who suggested she 'flirted' to land her job.
And so life without Tony Pulis begins and it will be intriguing to see how the team react tomorrow.
The former first-round draft pick will make his season debut and his third NFL start Sunday at Oakland.
Man Utd are back in Manchester beginning their preparations for this weekend's Premier League game against Brighton.
Manchester City are looking to keep their astonishing winning run going when they take on Huddersfield
The Man Utd manager has given an update on the contract situation of Marouane Fellaini at his press conference.
Man Utd team news vs Brighton includes the latest on Eric Bailly and Phil Jones as Jose Mourinho prepares for three Premier League fixtures in a week.
Man Utd battered Newcastle 4-1 in their last Premier League fixture and have not lost at Old Trafford since the first Manchester derby last season.

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Eva Air plane to Chicago in chaos after severe turbulence

A total of 11 people were injured after a plane from Taipei to Chicago was hit by severe turbulence on Wednesday. Pictures emerged on media show the Eva Air flight in a chaotic state afterwards.
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Travel Tips: How to Get the Most Out of Farmers’ Markets While Traveling

Some tips from the acclaimed chef Alain Ducasse. First up: arrive early.
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Airline passengers share pictures of worst in-flight food

An online gallery of disgusting pictures has revealed some of the worst food airline passengers around the globe have been served up while they have been flying.
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Cruise liners may BOYCOTT Majorca and Ibiza

The Cruise Lines International Association, which represents 45 companies, has threatened legal action against the Balearic government for the tax against their passengers.
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Plane carrying 199 people in chaos after severe turbulence

A total of 11 people were injured after a plane from Taipei to Chicago was hit by severe turbulence on Wednesday. Pictures emerged on media show the Eva Air flight in a chaotic state afterwards.
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New Mexico waives day-use fee to visit state parks Friday

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Fees for visiting New Mexico state parks are being waived Friday as officials encourage people to spend more time outdoors. Officials say the $5 day-use fees for all 34 state
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Popular Finance

Lakshmi Vilas Bank plans to raise Rs 786 crore through rights issue

Lakshmi Vilas Bank's issue will open on December 12 and end on December 26
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Market of capitals records consistent growth - official

Luanda - The amount of transactions made at Angola Securities Exchanges (BODIVA) from January to October yielded Akz 320 billion, which is deemed a positive indicator. , This was said by the head
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Privitisation must exclude bad record companies - official

Luanda - The Angolan State must avoid the temptation to privitise public companies with bad management records in order not to jeopardize the stock market in future. , This was said Thursday in Luan
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President Trump seems keen on picking fights with athletes. Or is it with black athletes?

President Trump, unlike his predecessors, has in recent months focused his attention on criticizing athletes. The criticism, some say, is unwarranted.
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Why the AT&T/Time Warner merger makes sense and the Justice Department lawsuit doesn't

Department of Justice officials announced Monday that they were swooping in to protect Americans from economic predators by fighting for our right to watch “Game of Thrones.” The prosecutors
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An energy bill that's bad for marine mammals and most everything else on the planet

For decades, environmental activists in California have battled to keep the oil and gas industries from turning the state’s coastline into a West Coast version of the Gulf of Mexico oil fields.
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Cheering crowd greets Zimbabwe's new leader; post-Mugabe era begins

Exuberant Zimbabweans greeted the swearing-in Friday of Emmerson Mnangagwa, the country's second leader since independence from white minority rule in 1980. Mnangagwa, fired this month as vice pre
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President Trump has engaged forcefully in several issues involving athletes. Here's a sampling

President Trump, unlike his predecessors, has in recent months focused his attention on criticizing athletes. The criticism, some say, is unwarranted.
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Colombian coca farmers, facing a threat to their livelihood, resist U.S.-backed efforts to eradicate cocaine production

Colombian farmers resist U.S.-backed efforts to eradicate cocaine production
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