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London, April 29, 2016
Tata Steel UK \"cannot continue to bleed\" from its loss making steel units in the country and a buyer needs to be found soon, the company's CEO Bimlendra Jha told a British parliamentary committee.

London, April 12, 2016
\"I've been in contact with potential buyers, making clear that the government stands ready to help. This includes looking at the possibility of co-investing with a buyer on commercial terms,\" Javid told the House of Commons.

Naveen Mathur
February 9, 2016
On a fortnightly basis, global equity markets traded on a negative note owing to number of unexpected movements in the international markets.

Aditi Khanna
London, June 9, 2015
Trade unions representing workers of Tata Steel in the UK will go on strike on June 22 over proposed changes to the company's pension scheme.

PB Jayakumar
February 5, 2015
The issue is not the scientific innovation that may help many parents to have their next generations devoid of diseases, but the ethical issue of scientific interventions in the sanctity of birth, and sanctity of the phrase 'biological parents'.

Shweta Punj
May 7, 2014
Many feel if the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) forms the next government, as is widely expected, it could mean an end to side-stepping on contentious issues at the cost of national interest.

BT Online Bureau
London, November 29, 2013
Canada's High Commissioner to the UK, Gordon Campbell, confirmed that legal contracts have been exchanged for the sale of 1 Grosvenor Square for 530 million Canadian dollars with Mumbai-based Lodha Developers.

Associated Press
London, July 10, 2012
Barclays has agreed a resignation package with ex-chief executive Bob Diamond where he will forfeit up to 20 million pounds ($31 million) in bonuses and incentives but receive a year's salary, pension and other benefits worth 2 million pounds.

Sourish Bhattacharyya
March 21, 2012
Britain and India are prisoners of anachronistic traditions. While one struggles with MPs drunk on subsidised wine, the other insists on keeping official banquets 'dry'.
October 27, 2007
Take some chutzpah, add a high wackiness quotient and what you have is ‘creative’ business ideas from the new age entrepreneurs.

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