Month: March 2014

Indian-origin Dutch woman presented with US Award

An Indian-origin Dutch woman has been presented with the “World of Difference” award here in recognition of her non-governmental work in Delhi among destitute women. Go to Source

Why have regulators done so little to rein in the credit rating agencies?

The status quo is especially baffling because the Dodd-Frank financial reform law actually directed the Securities and Exchange Commission to regulate these firms more closely.           Read More

Why have regulators done so little to rein in the credit rating agencies?

The status quo is especially baffling because the Dodd-Frank financial reform law actually directed the Securities and Exchange Commission to regulate these firms more closely. Go to Source

On-time delivery for home buyers remain a promise unfulfilled

Improved sentiments are seeing a rise in new launches, but the impact is yet to be felt on completion of projects underway. Go to Source

Call money rates may cross 9 pc due to tight liquidity: Experts

Higher demand for funds by banks to meet the fourth quarter advance tax payout later this week will strain liquidity condition in the financial system and overnight rates may move above 9 per cent. Read More

McDonald’s struggle worsened by snow, 1.4% decline in sales

It would also need the backing of the independent franchisees that own and operate the majority of its restaurants in the US.           Read More

McDonald’s struggle worsened by snow, 1.4% decline in sales

It would also need the backing of the independent franchisees that own and operate the majority of its restaurants in the US. Go to Source

United States pitches for better economic ties between India, Pakistan

Nisha Desai Biswal said the US wants India’s greater trade footprint in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar to ensure prosperity in the region.           Read More

United States pitches for better economic ties between India, Pakistan

Nisha Desai Biswal said the US wants India’s greater trade footprint in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar to ensure prosperity in the region. Read more