The USD is weaker against the majors to end New York after starting a bit better overnight Asia. Traders note that volumes were thin overnight and most of the day but once the USD began to move lower after the London fix the volumes increased a bit. The lack of economic news certainly helped with the thinner conditions and today's Housing Data was no help for the USD bulls even though sales were better-than-expected; after an initial brief rally the USD fell to lows on the day after the release of the news.
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India has released a tablet that is priced at $35.
This price is considered to be only a 'twentieth' of the cost of Apple's iPad models, and is proffered as part of nationwide offering that is being pushed by Indian government in lieu of betterment of the literacy rate across the nation.
The best news about this device is that it will be come down to an offering of $10 per piece as stated by the human resources department.
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Cupid Limited, the premier condom manufacturing company, has developed female condoms to be sold in domestic as well as in global market, at an affordable price as a preventive measure to combat AIDS.
Through latest launch, females now do not need to depend on their partner for safeguarding themselves against HIV/AIDS and unwanted pregnancies.
Washington, April 12 : Planned space adventures over the next few decades for the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) read like a science fiction thriller with a touch of the wild west thrown in, with plans to journey farther and faster than anyone from Earth has gone before.
"The idea is to continue branching ourselves out very slowly into the solar system, pushing the limits and going deeper into space than ever," said NASA spokesman Allard Beutel, in an interview with RIA Novosti Thursday.
Kishtwar (J-K), Mar 14: Security forces have reportedly sealed a mosque in Sarawan-Keshwan area of Kishtwar district of Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday after three suspected militants took refuge inside it.
According to police, Rashtriya Rifle troops and Superintendent of Police, Kishtwar have rushed to the site and laid cordon of the area.
Some intermittent gun shots have also been heard. (ANI)
Vienna, June 6 : One of the six suspects involved in the violent attack on a gurdwara in Vienna has been released.
According to sources, he was released due to lack of evidence.
Three other suspects, including the alleged mastermind of the attack, will remain in custody while a decision would be taken next week on the two other suspects, police said.
According to the police, the suspects were illegal immigrants, including S Charnjit (24) from Uttar Pradesh and S Hardeep (33).
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Bad Nauheim/Hamburg - Michael Schumacher's planned comeback to Formula One for this month's European Grand Prix in Valencia is putting pressure on his doctors to ensure the Ferrari driver is fit enough to deal with the rigours of the sport.
"It's an exceptional situation for us because nobody had planned with preparing such an intensive training programme," Dr Johannes Peil, whose team at the Bad Neuheim sports clinic has treated Schumacher for the last nine years, told German Press Agency dpa.
Mumbai, Oct 30 - State-run Indian Oil Corp Friday said it posted a net profit of Rs. 284.4 crore for the second quarter, as against a net loss of Rs. 7,047.1 crore for the quarter ended Sep 30, 2008.
Total income for the quarter under review stood at Rs. 61,817.8 crore, compared to Rs. 86,987.4 crore for the quarter ended Sep 30, 2008.
The company said the comparative figures for the half-year ended Sep 30, 2008 did not include the figures of Bongaigaon Refinery and Petrochemicals, which was merged with Indian Oil March 25, 2009. (dpa)
Karvy Stock Broking Limited has maintained ‘Buy’ rating on Tata Steel stock to achieve a target of Rs 232 within 1-2 days.
According to Karvy, day traders can buy the stock between Rs 216-218 with a stop loss of Rs 212.
Shares of the company, on Friday (March 21), closed at Rs 223.50 on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Current EPS & P/E ratio stood at 67.73 and 3.12 respectively. The share price has seen a 52-week high of Rs 925 and a low of Rs 146.35 on BSE.
Nairobi/Abuja - A Nigerian militant group has said that none of its fighters were among hundreds of youths arrested in the oil-rich yet restive Niger Delta province.
Military spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Sagir Musa said Tuesday that over 400 youths were arrested following reports that militants were recruiting to replace those killed during a recent upsurge in attacks on oil facilities.
Melbourne, Nov 15: Lawyers for Indian born doctor Mohamed Haneef are hoping to present fresh evidence after the Howard Government launched its appeal against a Federal Court decision to reinstate Haneef’s work visa.
Emails obtained by The Australian earlier this month suggested that the government and the Australian Federal Police had colluded to have Dr Haneef's visa revoked after he was granted bail by a Brisbane Magistrate on terrorism related charges. The charges were later dropped.
Before today's hearing, Dr Haneef's solicitor, Peter Russo, told reporters he was confident Justice Spender's original ruling would be upheld.
Harare/Johannesburg - The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) on Thursday dissolved an entire board and its management of a commercial bank, accusing it of illegally trading in foreign currency.
Announcing the dissolution of the CFX Bank to the media, Gideon Gono the RBZ governor said: "None of them can serve again on a bank board, they have been declared unfit and improper to work in a bank or to sit on any financial institution for the next five years."